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The Paris Review
Emily Nemens, Editor
Three columns from “Detroit Archives” by Aisha Sabatini Sloan: “Ladies of the Good Dead,” May 22, “On Immolation,” July 9, and “On Doulas,” September 15, at

Judges' Citation
Aisha Sabatini Sloan’s columns celebrate America’s most misunderstood city with a journalist’s curiosity,
an art historian’s depth of reference and a novelist’s attention to detail.


The Atlantic
Jeffrey Goldberg, Editor in Chief
Three columns by Anne Applebaum: "This Is How Reaganism and Thatcherism End," February 10, "Venezuela Is the Eerie Endgame of Modern Politics," February 27, and “The Coronavirus Called America’s Bluff," March 15, at


The Economist
Zanny Minton Beddoes, Editor in Chief
Three columns from “Obituary” by Ann Wroe: “The Man Who Knew: Li Wenliang Died on February 7th,” February 13, “Diva Dissenter: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Died on September 18th,” September 23, and “The Watchful Scribbler: John le Carré Died on December 12th,” December 14, at

The New Yorker
David Remnick, Editor
Three columns by Jelani Cobb: “The Death of George Floyd, in Context,” May 27 at, “How Freedom Came,” June 29, and "Violent Winds," September 14


Texas Highways
Emily Roberts Stone, Editor in Chief
Three articles from “Open Road”: “In the Valley of Mirrors,” by Antonio Ruiz-Camacho, March, “A Place Before Words,” by ire’ne lara silva, September, and “The Desert Reclaims Everything,” by Roberto José Andrade Franco, November