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We're pleased to announce the winners of the
1998 Poetry Super Highway Awards:

(thanks for voting)

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1998 Winners

 
 
 
Stazja McFadyen
Big Bridge
lgjaffe
Mining Company
Stazja McFadyen was featured Poet of the Week in early August of 1998. She is a poet (and chocolate lover), publisher/editor of the Austin Poets at Large weekly e-newsletter, board member of the Austin International Poetry Festival and Austin Poetry Society, and founder of Austin's East End Black and White monthly venue. Check out her poetry website here. A San Francisco based webzine of poetry, non-fiction, art and "everything else" as well as the future online home of Poetry Flash, the poetry review and literary calendar for the west. TPoet's who've appeared in their e-pages include David Meltzer, Sarah Menefee, Justin Chin, Duncan McNaughton, Jack Hirschman, Alan Kaufman, Michael Price, Kevin Opstedal, Spencer Selby and others. Also here is a section for their Big Bridge Press highlighting its publications. The Web site of Los Angeles poet, Larry Jaffe received the most votes in this category after siezing the runner's up position in last years contest, Here you'll find Larry's poetry, links to other websites, a reading schedule, and an online story where you can electronically purchase your favorite Larry merchandise. "They mine the web so you don't have to." An extensive and interactive resource for online poets with your guides Bob Holman & Margery Snyder featuring links, articles, chat room events, a bulletin board, contest listings, reviews and the home of Juliette Torrez's Poetry Channel e-poetry-newsletter.

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Honorable Mentions

(Awarded to those poets and websites which received
the second highest number of votes in each category.)

 
 
 
Alan Kaufman
The Melic Review
Alan Kaufman
Poets & Writers Inc.
Alan Kaufman was featured Poet of the Week in early April of 1998. He was the editor of the controversial Davka Magazine, has several books out, and his poetry has appeared in numerous print and online publications. He also has the honor of winning the honorable mention award in the Individual Poet's Page category of this contest. Published by Dr. C.E. Chaffin and Mark Stacks, this nicely designed publication features an impressive array of quality poets, short fiction, and "light verse" writers, as well as a roundtable bulletin board style discussion that anyone can participate in. The web site of this years Honorable Mention winner for Favorite Featured Poet featuring a selection of Alan's poems, a listing of his books, some of his favorite writing links, and an impressive selection of press quotes praising this poet as "a new young Kerouac" among other things. The online home of Poets and Writers Inc & W Inc., the publishers of Poets and Writers magazine, as well as supporters of the literary arts throughout the nation. Last year P&W Inc. won in this category and their second place winning this year is evidence of the invaluable resource that their website is to poets and writers.

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Editor's Choice

(As chosen by the Poetry Super Highway editor)

Forbidden Panda
Jumblelaya Stew
Poetry Today Online
Snazzily designed with retro fifties charm, this site features great poetry in a quick loading and artistically pleasing design. This site is truly Forbidden Pandarific. Edited by Kyria Abrahams of the Worcester 1997 and 1998 Poetry Slam teams. The home site of poet Jenniffer Lesh, poet, antique dealer, small business owner, and occasional writer in residence. Read her work. Read her bio. 6,000 cajun chefs can't be wrong. The site of has grown extensively this past year and it seems the editors aim to get as much useful and interesting information about poetry and writing out to poets and writers as possible. Here you'll find news, articles, a chat room, a web ring, contest listings and lots more.

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A Man With No Teeth Serves Us Breakfast | I'd Like to Bake Your Goods | Stolen Mummies | Brendan Constantine is My Kind of Town
Up Liberty's Skirt | Feeding Holy Cats | Mowing Fargo
| I'm a Jew, Are You? | Lizard King of the Laundromat | I Am My Own Orange County
Paris: It's The Cheese
| Poetry Super Highway | Judaic Links | Rick's Bookmarks | Cobalt Poets
E-mail Rick
| Other Cool Rick Stuff / Upcoming Readings | Who The Hell Is Rick