And the National Magazine Award Goes To …

The National Magazine Award, otherwise known as the "Ellie."

The National Magazine Award, otherwise known as the “Ellie.”

The winners of the National Magazine Awards were announced tonight at an awards ceremony at the Marriott Marquis in New York.

Sixty-six magazines—a slew of them digital-only—were nominated as finalists, and 18 publications won awards in 24 categories. Of those, six were first-time winners, including The AtavistThe Hollywood Reporter, Pacific Standard and Nautilus, which was launched in 2013 and is the first publication to win two awards in its first year of eligibility.

Vogue, which is edited by Anna Wintour, took home the prize for magazine of the year. Garden & Gun won for general excellence in the style and design category, though it should also have won for best name, if that were a thing.

New York and the The New Yorker both won three awards. It was a step up for The New Yorker, which last year failed to nab one. (Nonagenarian Roger Angell got a prize for his excellent meditation on aging, “This Old Man”).

Scroll down for the full list of winners:

MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR

Winner: Vogue

GENERAL EXCELLENCE

General Interest Magazines

Winner: The New Yorker

Service and Lifestyle Magazines

Winner: Glamour

Style and Design Magazines

Winner: Garden & Gun

Active Interest Magazines

Winner: Men’s Health

Special Interest Magazines

Winner: The Hollywood Reporter

Literature, Science and Politics Magazines

Winner: Nautilus

DESIGN

Winner: New York

PHOTOGRAPHY

Winner: National Geographic

SINGLE-TOPIC ISSUE

Winner: San Francisco for “The Oakland Issue,” June

MAGAZINE SECTION

Winner: New York for “Strategist”

WEBSITE

Winner: Nautilus

TABLET MAGAZINE

Winner: National Geographic

MULTIMEDIA

Winner: The Texas Observer in partnership with Guardian US for “Beyond the Border,” by Melissa del Bosque, August 6

VIDEO

Winner: Vice News for “The Islamic State,” by Medyan Dairieh, August 15

PUBLIC INTEREST

Winner: Pacific Standard for “Women Aren’t Welcome Here,” by Amanda Hess, January/February

PERSONAL SERVICE

Winner: O, The Oprah Magazine, for “Ready or Not: The Caregiver’s Guide,” November

LEISURE INTERESTS

Winner: Backpacker for “The Complete Guide to Fire,” edited by Casey Lyons, October

REPORTING

Winner: GQ for “Inside the Iron Closet,” by Jeff Sharlet, February

FEATURE WRITING

Winner: The Atavist for “Love and Ruin,” by James Verini, February

FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY

Winner: Time for “Crime Without Punishment,” photographs by Jerome Sessini, July 24

ESSAYS AND CRITICISM

Winner: The New Yorker for “This Old Man,” by Roger Angell, February 17 and 24

COLUMNS AND COMMENTARY

Winner: New York for “Zombies on the Walls: Why Does So Much New Abstraction Look the Same?,” June 16-29, “Taking in Jeff Koons, Creator and Destroyer of Worlds,” June 30-July 13, and “Post-Macho God: Matisse’s Cut-Outs Are World-Historically Gorgeous,” October 8, by Jerry Saltz

FICTION

Winner: The New Yorker for “The Emerald Light in the Air,” by Donald Antrim, February 3

To read the full list of finalists, click here.