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2014 Arts Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: Lovelace; Saving Mr. Banks; and Lone Survivor by Amy Nicholson , L.A. Weekly

2014 Arts Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: by Jessica Bryce Young , Orlando Weekly

2011 Arts Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: I Miss My Weird, F*%ked Up Theater, Cult Following, and Beast of Burden by Curt Holman , Creative Loafing (Atlanta)

2011 Arts Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: Wall Street, Greenberg, and Why Are You Shooting at Me? by Kristian Lin , Fort Worth Weekly

2009 Arts Criticism Above 50,000

1st Place: Pine of the Times, Sheet Smart, and Pain by Numbers by Jeffry Cudlin , Washington City Paper
2nd Place: Kill One for the Gipper, What We Learned about the Election in This Summer's Movies, and Deep Freeze by J. Hoberman , The Village Voice
3rd Place: Benjamin Button, Diary of the Dead, and The Visitor by Scott Foundas , L.A. Weekly
Honorable Mention: From Reverence to Rape, Waugh and Remembrance, and Was Roman Polanski a Pedophile? by Ella Taylor , L.A. Weekly

2009 Arts Criticism Below 50,000

1st Place: Not as They Seem, Branching Out and Everything Is Illuminated by Meisha Rosenberg , Metroland
2nd Place: Kipper Kids, El Greco and USPO by Amy White , INDY Week
3rd Place: So This Is My Life . . . by Charles Maldonado , Metro Pulse
2nd Place (tie): Hometown Heroes, Constant Crises and Men Behaving Badly by Lee Sandlin , Chicago Reader

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