Last chance to vote for FP for Best Magazine Cover!

Hey, FP readers! Today’s your last day to vote for FP for Cover of the Year. The March/April 2010 issue of the print magazine was nominated for the American Society of Magazine Editors’ (ASME) Best Cover of the Year Contest in the "Best News and Business" category. This issue was our first-ever special on the ...

Hey, FP readers! Today's your last day to vote for FP for Cover of the Year. The March/April 2010 issue of the print magazine was nominated for the American Society of Magazine Editors' (ASME) Best Cover of the Year Contest in the "Best News and Business" category. This issue was our first-ever special on the future of combat and depicts a camo iPhone decked with digital-era war apps. So, stop what you're doing right now and go vote for FP!

According to Amazon:

The Best Covers of the Year Contest honors the most memorable, compelling, and iconic covers of the last 12 months. The 72 finalists were selected from over 250 submissions and judged by a group of over 30 editors, art directors, and photo editors. The covers selected provide a vibrant snapshot of American culture, celebrity, and political preoccupations.

Hey, FP readers! Today’s your last day to vote for FP for Cover of the Year. The March/April 2010 issue of the print magazine was nominated for the American Society of Magazine Editors’ (ASME) Best Cover of the Year Contest in the "Best News and Business" category. This issue was our first-ever special on the future of combat and depicts a camo iPhone decked with digital-era war apps. So, stop what you’re doing right now and go vote for FP!

According to Amazon:

The Best Covers of the Year Contest honors the most memorable, compelling, and iconic covers of the last 12 months. The 72 finalists were selected from over 250 submissions and judged by a group of over 30 editors, art directors, and photo editors. The covers selected provide a vibrant snapshot of American culture, celebrity, and political preoccupations.

Another good reason to vote: you could win a Kindle!

Suzanne Merkelson is an editorial assistant at Foreign Policy.

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