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1998 Feature Story Above 54,000

Honorable Mention: No Justice, No Peace by Dara Moskowitz , City Pages (Twin Cities)

1998 Feature Story Below 54,000

1st Place: A Good Thing Gone Bad by Willy Stern , Nashville Scene

1998 Film Criticism Above 54,000

1st Place: Raiders of the Lost Art by Rob Nelson , City Pages (Twin Cities)
2nd Place: City of Angels by Michael Sragow , SF Weekly

1998 Film Criticism Below 54,000

1st Place: The Prince of Plots by Richard von Busack , Santa Cruz Weekly
2nd Place: Hell to the Chief by Jim Ridley , Nashville Scene

1998 Food Writing Above 54,000

1st Place: Tea for Two Hundred by Linnea Due , East Bay Express

1998 Food Writing Below 54,000

1st Place: Espresso Expressions by Jeff McMahon , San Luis Obispo New Times
2nd Place: Let There be Food by David Auerbach , INDY Week

1998 Illustration Above 54,000

1st Place: Deadly Frequency by Owen Smith and Bill Smith , L.A. Weekly
2nd Place: Imprints by Greg Houston , Baltimore City Paper
3rd Place (tie): The Transfiguration by Brian Clarke , East Bay Express
3rd Place (tie): City Books by Robert Meganck , Washington City Paper

1998 Illustration Below 54,000

1st Place: Poetry Contest by Andrea Cobb , INDY Week
2nd Place: Without Consensus by Don Wood , Nashville Scene
3rd Place: Has Worcester's Gene Pool Dried Up? by Dale Stephanos , Worcester Phoenix
Honorable Mention: Are We Marching into the Digital Dark Ages? by Mikel Parton , North Bay Bohemian

1998 Investigative Reporting Above 54,000

1st Place: Easy Street by Bob Burtman , Houston Press

1998 Investigative Reporting Below 54,000

1st Place: Cops for Sale by Willy Stern , Nashville Scene
Honorable Mention: A Force to be Reckoned with by Tom Vannah , Springfield Advocate

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