Distinguished Writing Award
Since 1987, the purpose of this award is to showcase quality writing. The award is judged solely on the quality of writing, without regard to circulation or category.
The contest is open to individual writers only – no team entries. Entries must include three pieces of work, and may include various types of articles. Work that has been entered in any other category (news, column, series, etc.) is acceptable. Any type of article may be entered, including those not listed in the entry categories.
Winner of this special award receives a plaque and a cash award.
Congratulations to Jason Nark of The Philadelphia Inquirer, winner of the 2022 Distinguished Writing Award!
This award is a category within the Keystone Media Awards.
Past Distinguished Writing Winners
Questions? Email the PNA Foundation or phone 717-703-3003.