About Manitoba Magazine Publishers’ Association

Reaching up to 1,000,000 readers every month, Manitoba magazines provide world class writing – prose and poetry, fact and fiction – wrapped in creative design, quality photography and illustration. MAGGIE WINNERS 2014

ART & LITERARY
Best Poem or Suite of Poems
Rhubarb: The Wandering Heart of Cornelius Klassen
Best Short Fiction
Prairie Fire: The Book about the Bear
Best Editorial Feature or Creative Non-Fiction piece
Prairie Fire: The Moon in Scorpio
BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, ASSOCIATION OR CUSTOM
Best Business or Individual Profile
Conservator: Trenscending from Tragedy
Best Professional, Industrial, Manufacturing, Agricultural, Association, Environmental or Marketing Article 
Canadian Journal of Green Buildings & Design: Biophilic Design – Materials and Health
Best Single Issue
Canadian School Counsellor: Back to School.
CONSUMER
Best Editorial Feature
The Cottager: When Good Comes out of Tragedy
Best Regular Column or Department
Canada’s History: Christopher Moore
Best Single Issue
Canada’s History: Our Greatest Explorer
Best Brand Extension Activity
Anna Magazine: Event studio, cooking classes
BEST OF THE BEST
Best Cover – Illustration
Canada’s History: Our Greatest Explorer
Best Cover – Photography
Geez: PerSisters
Best Mobile, Digital or Interactive Initiative
Canada’s History: Destinations
People’s Choice
1st; Cellar Door, runners-up Conservator and The Cottager
MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR
Kayak, Canada’s History Magazine for Kids

Breaking News

2015 Conference dates set. May 27 and May 28, location to be advised. Check the Professional Development page to see videos from MMPA’s June conference.

Event of the Year! The Maggies! 2015 will be held May 28 as part of our Annual Conference. Location is yet to be advised. Publishers, your entries will come from magazines published during 2014 so start your engines.

MMPA’s 2nd Annual Golf Tournament will be held Thursday August 6, 2015 at the Bel Air Golf Course. Information coming shortly. Once again part of the proceeds will go to Winnipeg Foundation’s “Nourishing Potential” program.  See the 2014 golf action here.