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Kate Galbraith, NF ’08, has been honored by the International Association for Literary Journalism Studies for her article “New Print Magazines Are Embracing Narrative and Finding their Niche,” which explains why new print publications needs to be scrappy and innovative. The story, which originally ran in the Fall 2014 issue of Nieman Reports, was reprinted in the Spring 2015 IALJS Literary Journalism newsletter and named the year’s “Best Article.” The jury noted the article’s deeply researched, up-to-date information and its relevance for both journalism teachers as well as other professionals in the field.

Galbraith, who is based in San Francisco, has covered energy and the environment for the Texas Tribune, The New York Times, and CALmatters. She is the author of “The Great Texas Wind Rush: How George Bush, Ann Richards, and a Bunch of Tinkerers Helped the Oil and Gas State Win the Race to Wind Power,” which was published in 2013.

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