No other site reviews and critiques news images as well as publishes original photography — all in the name of helping you become a sharper “visual consumer.” Are you bombarded by powerful images from the world of news, culture and social media? Sign up for our “Week in Re-View” and let us help unpack them for you. Other sites read the words. We read the pictures.

Close
Archives About Staff BagNews is dedicated to visual politics, media literacy and the analysis of news images.
March 21, 2006

Bagging Koufax

Deeplyhonored

It’s funny how things happen at just the particular moment.

Having been working The BAG beat for some time now, I’ve developed a pretty good sense of how to pace myself — even if that pace is pretty torrid.  In the last day or two, however, I pushed it so hard, I blew myself out a little bit.  Not to worry, it happens.  But I don’t like getting so overloaded that I miss a post — which I did this AM.  So, still a little groggy, it was even more stunning to get such wonderful news in this morning’s email.

For someone who can usually find the right words, I cannot express how honored I am to have been voted a finalist in three Koufax Award categories.

As this award has grown, the Koufax has become the premier honor for liberal bloggers.  Watching the votes come in, I thought I had a good chance of making the final round in the Best Post category.  (Still, I felt that I shared this honor with Alan Chin, whose incredible post-Katrina photography comprised the basis of my entry: Katrina Aftermath: And Then I Saw These.)  I just had no idea, however, that I might also land in the final group for Best New Blog or Most Deserving of Wider Recognition.  If you’re a regular visitor here — and, especially, if you’re an active part of our incredible ongoing discussion/seminar — you know how much I consider this site a community.  I share this acknowledgment with you, and thank you for being an integral part of The BAG.  I would also add that the liberal blogosphere is absolutely overflowing with  incredible voices and perceptions.  In this larger home, I am just one of many.

(image: yours truly — on vacation)

Comments Powered by Disqus

Refresh Archives

Random Notes