Sarasota Magazine Wins Six Society of Professional Journalism Awards

The magazine was recognized for its writing and design, as well as its digital presence.

By Cooper Levey-Baker August 29, 2022

A tokay gecko, an invasive species whose fate is examined in Isaac Eger's award-winning Sarasota Magazine story "The Invaders."

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The Florida chapter of the Society for Professional Journalism announced the winners of its annual Sunshine State Awards in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, and Sarasota Magazine walked away with six awards:

Best News Website (Small Newsroom), Second Place: sarasotamagazine.com

Best Trend Reporting, Second Place: "The New Healthy"

Best Food & Travel Writing, Second Place: "Nice Slice, Baby!," Cooper Levey-Baker

Best Serious Feature, Third Place: "The Invaders," Isaac Eger

Best Light Feature, Third Place: "The Elephant Polka," Robert Plunket

Best Inside Design, Third Place: "The Invaders," "Night of the Python," "Nice Slice, Baby!," Gigi Ortwein

For a complete list of winners, click here.

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