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AltWeekly Awards

2012 Cover Design Above 50,000

3rd Place: Drawing a Line; Fiction & Poetry Contest Winners; and People Who Died by Joe MacLeod , Baltimore City Paper

2010 Cover Design Below 50,000

1st Place: Sex Issue, Queer Issue and Enchanted Forest by Justin "Scrappers" Morrison , The Portland Mercury
Honorable Mention: The Myth Is Dead, Christian Hansen and the Autistics and Print In Peril by Byron Eggenschwiler, 3Ten Photography and Ian Jackson , SEE Magazine

2009 Cover Design Above 50,000

1st Place: Share the F*&%ing Road, I'm HIV Positive, and Drop-Dead Sexy by Pam Shavalier , Miami New Times
2nd Place: The Queer and the Qur'an, Nope, and Yeah! by Willamete Week Design & Production Staff , Willamette Week
3rd Place: Cougar Heaven, The Veep Fair, and Lip Service by Tom Carlson , Riverfront Times

2009 Cover Design Below 50,000

1st Place: The Politics of Eating, Down and Dirty, and Vote by Angela Moore , Santa Fe Reporter
2nd Place: I Want to Ride My Flycycle, Spring Dining Guide, and Abs of Wood by Boston's Weekly Dig staff , Dig Boston
3rd Place: Gettin' Jacked, Best of Nashville, and Reckless Love by Rob Williams , Nashville Scene

2008 Cover Design Above 55,000

1st Place: Future Games, Just Say No and Wheelchairs of Fortune by Darrick Rainey , SF Weekly
2nd Place: Dark Horse, Best of Dallas and Delivering Death by Alexander Flores , Dallas Observer
3rd Place: Dead on the Vine (Unregulated Produce), Prison Overcrowding and DEA Suicide (Men's Bathroom) by Matt Ansoorian and Jordan Crane , Los Angeles CityBeat

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