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Art producer Darice Chavira, art director Jenn Hair Tompkins and assistant photo editor Kayla Miracle in Austin on March 27, 2024.No matter how enterprising its reporting may be, or how lyrical its writing, a magazine hasn’t earned a spot on your coffee table unless its stories are enlivened with handsome photography and illustrations and design. That’s what our art department strives to accomplish in every print issue and on our other storytelling platforms. And I’m proud to report that its work is earning recognition from our peers.When the National Magazine Awards were presented in New York City in April, Texas Monthly was a finalist in three categories, including Best News and Entertainment Photograph, for a cover image that I’ll bet you remember—of a mischievous-looking feral hog. In the City and Regional Magazine Association awards, to be presented in May, we’ve been short-listed in all seven…

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