For his writing in Current publications, columnist Curtis Honeycutt recently was recognized by his peers in the National Society of Newspaper Columnists’ annual column contest.
Honeycutt won third place – behind The New York Times’ Joyce J. Wadler and Leah Eskin from the Chicago Tribune – in the contest’s humor category for newspapers with circulations of more than 50,000.
“Grammar Guy fills a unique niche, and few could make it as engaging, funny and instructional as Curtis Honeycutt,” said Suzette Martinez Standring, a GateHouse columnist and NSNC past president. “Long may he run!”
“The three-day conference in Cincinnati was full of incredible columnists,” Honeycutt said. “I hope to continue writing for Current for a long time.”
Honeycutt began writing for Current in July 2017. To read past Grammar Guy columns, visit youarecurrent.com.