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Perennial nominees lead this year's list of finalists for the National Magazine Awards. The New Yorker snapped up 11 nominations, Esquire also scored 11 and The Atlantic Monthly and Rolling Stone claimed four each. But there were some surprises as well: The American Scholar garnered three nominations -- including one for general excellence in the under-100,000 circulation category -- and shelter-design newcomer Nest nabbed three as well. Further down the list, Vanity Fair and GQ scored "only" two nominations apiece -- something that likely displeases GQ Editor in Chief Art Cooper, whose former No. 2, David Granger, now helms Esquire. Alongside standard-issue general excellence nominees The New Yorker, Men's Journal, Gourmet and Fortune in the 400,000 to 1,000,000 category was first-time nominee Jane.

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