The seven winners of the sixth annual Whiting Literary Magazine Prizes have been announced, each taking home a $20,000 grant this year, with a matching grant of up to the same amount in 2024 and 2025. The prizes, which are administered by the Whiting Foundation, have been awarded since 2018, recently shifted to a triennial model, with new application cycles opening every three years and with more, larger prizes in each cycle.

This year's winners, with citations, are as follows:

  • Guernica (Brooklyn, NY), a "digital magazine with a global outlook, exploring connections between ideas, society, and individual lives, which also features work translated into and from English"
  • Los Angeles Review of Books (Los Angeles, CA), a "crossroads of West Coast literary culture reinventing book criticism for the internet age"
  • Mizna (St. Paul, MN), a "gorgeously curated journal reflecting the literatures of Southwest Asian and North African communities"
  • n+1 (Brooklyn, NY), a "magazine that takes literature, culture, and politics as aspects of the same project, acting as an incubator for important thinkers"
  • Orion (Great Barrington, MA), a "rich assemblage of new thinking about nature and culture that invites readers into a community of caring for the planet"
  • Oxford American (Conway, AR), a "nationally regarded magazine that brings fresh perspective to the complexity and vitality of the American South"
  • The Paris Review (New York, NY), a "leading journal of contemporary literature with a lively mix of exceptional poetry, fiction, and nonfiction"