2005 Dog Writers Awards Banquet Recap
The Dog Writers Association of America promotes and honors canine magazine and book writing, as well as dog photography and art.
Despite a blizzard that dumped more than 2 feet of snow on the streets of Manhattan, dog writers, editors and fanciers showed up in droves at the Dog Writers Association of Americas 2005 banquet and awards ceremony on February 11.
Dog Fancy Editor Susan Chaney and BowTie, Inc. CEO Norman Ridker.
The DWAA is an organization that promotes and honors canine magazine and book writing, as well as dog photography and art.
Dog Fancy was honored with the award for best all-breed magazine. Dog Fancy Editor Susan Chaney and Editor in Chief Allan Reznik were on hand to accept the award.
Chaney credits the special 35th anniversary articles the magazine ran with helping win this award. But overall, she says, its a true team effort to put Dog Fancy out. The credit for this award goes to many people at BowTie and our freelancers.
BowTie Press received the award for best general reference book for the Dog Dictionary, written by Diane Morgan.
BowTie Press Business Operations Manager Karla Austin, Dog Fancy Editor Susan Chaney and Dog World Editor in Chief Allan Reznik.
Many regular BowTie contributors were awarded for their work in BowTie magazines. Eve Adamson, a regular contributor to Dog Fancy and the Popular Dogs Series, won an award for a feature that appeared in the Popular Dogs Grooming Your Dog magabook. Dog World contributor D. Caroline Coile, Ph.D.s Breeders Notebook column was named best regular magazine column. In addition, writers for Dogs in Review and Dogs USA also picked up awards for their work.
For a full list of winners and nominees, visit the Dog Writers Association of America.
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