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2013 Arts Feature Below 50,000

3rd Place: Last Picture Show by Margot Harrison , Seven Days

2011 Arts Feature Above 50,000

1st Place: The Island by Holly Otterbein , Philadelphia City Paper

2010 Arts Feature Above 50,000

1st Place: On the Road to Burma by Randall Roberts , L.A. Weekly
2nd Place: Man on Man by Gendy Alimurung , L.A. Weekly
3rd Place: Chasing Pablo by Robrt L. Pela , Phoenix New Times
Honorable Mention: The Jackson Find by Jake Austen , Chicago Reader

2010 Arts Feature Below 50,000

1st Place: Art on Trial by Edwin Slipek Jr. , Style Weekly
2nd Place: Phases and Stages by Jeff Prince , Fort Worth Weekly

2009 Arts Feature Above 50,000

1st Place: No Exit Plan and The Life and Death of JT Leroy by Nancy Rommelman , L.A. Weekly
2nd Place: Life Without A Script by Anne Ford , Chicago Reader
3rd Place: A Picture of Hope by Jason Harper , The Pitch

2009 Arts Feature Below 50,000

1st Place: Lowbrow Genius by Coury Turczyn , Metro Pulse
2nd Place: Magical Misery Tour by Jeff Prince , Fort Worth Weekly

2008 Arts Feature Above 55,000

1st Place: The Case of the Shanghai Shamus by Malcolm Gay , Riverfront Times
2nd Place: Black Box Office by Troy Schulze , Houston Press
3rd Place: Artist as Prisoner by Rob Jordan , Miami New Times

2008 Arts Feature Below 55,000

1st Place: The Amazing Mohja (PDF) by David Koon , Arkansas Times
2nd Place: Art of the Living Dead (PDF) by Betsy Yagla , New Haven Advocate

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