December 2011 cover of Atlanta
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Atlanta is a monthly general-interest magazine based in Atlanta, Georgia, and owned by Emmis Publishing, a division of Emmis Communications. Its staff has featured notable writers such as Hollis Gillespie, Anne Rivers Siddons and William Diehl, and it has included contributions from Pat Conroy, Rebecca Burns, Terry Kay, and Melissa Fay Greene. It is a member of the City and Regional Magazine Association (CRMA).
Atlanta was founded by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce in 1961 under the editorship of Jim Townsend. It was sold in 1970, and changed hands several times over the next two decades. Metrocorp bought the magazine in 1987, and in 1989 sold it to American Express for an estimated $8 million. Emmis Publishing, a subsidiary of Emmis Communications, bought the magazine from American Express in August 1993. Atlanta won the National Magazine Awards's feature writing award in 2008.
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