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AltWeekly Awards

2013 Column Below 50,000

1st Place: by Donna Ladd , Jackson Free Press

2011 Column Above 50,000

1st Place: Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod , Baltimore City Paper

2011 Column Below 50,000

1st Place: Bar Belle by Sara Havens , LEO Weekly
2nd Place: Midpoint by Stephanie Piper , Metro Pulse
Honorable Mention: Ain't That Something; For the Kids; and All God's Children by Donna Ladd , Jackson Free Press

2010 Column Above 50,000

1st Place: The MCSO and the Rape Victim, City Raids Pastor's Home, and I Won't Be Home for Christmas by Sarah Fenske , Phoenix New Times
2nd Place: The Fall Guy, Whitewashing Reality, and Irony City by Jim Schutze , Dallas Observer
3rd Place: Tea Party Politics, Don't Try the Pinapple Truffles, Jay Bennett Breaks a Heart by Katy St. Clair , SF Weekly
Honorable Mention: 'Poet's Notebook': Pacifist Poets, The Voice of the Average Guy, The Spider Web Theory by Peter Meinke , Creative Loafing (Tampa)

2010 Column Below 50,000

1st Place: Meth Penalty, Apology Excepted, and Exit Strategy by Anne Schindler , Folio Weekly
2nd Place: Commentary by David Winkler-Schmit , Gambit
3rd Place: Secret History by Jack Neely , Metro Pulse
Honorable Mention: Unfriendly but Hot, Labor Daze, and Better Vice by Zane Fischer , Santa Fe Reporter

2009 Column Below 50,000

1st Place: Sugar Land, Dumb & Dumber and History Lesson by Anne Schindler , Folio Weekly
2nd Place: “Ranger Rich” by Rich Tosches , Colorado Springs Independent
3rd Place: "In the Shadows" by Matt Davis , The Portland Mercury

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