TOPEKA – Kansas Reflector Opinion contributor Max McCoy received the National Newspaper Columnist Association award for humor in online publications.
The organization is Annual Winners Tuesday, 10 categories of print and online commentary. McCoy also received an honorable mention for writing a general column.
McCoy won the humor award in the November 29, 2020 column. In this column, I imagine an ongoing conversation about the COVID-19 pandemic with Samuel J. Cranbine, a health pioneer in Kansas.
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A veteran Kansas journalist, McCoy is the author of over 20 books and teaches journalism at Emporia State University. In April, he won second place in the column writing of the Kansas Press Association.
“I am honored to be recognized by the National Newspaper Columnist Association for my work. I thank CJ Janovy, the best editor the Columnist can have, and Sherman Smith, who runs a great team, ”said McCoy. said sir. “I’m happy to be a small part of Reflector’s success.