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We're pleased to announce the winners of the
2000 Poetry Super Highway Awards:

(thanks for voting)

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2000 Winners


 
 
 
Jim
Bennett
Transparent
Words
American
Poetry
About
Poetry
Jim Bennett is a writer, poet and journalist, who is married with six children and living in Merseyside (UK). He has over thirty books published covering many subjects including, transport studies, marketing and poetry. We published him twice this year; once in our annual Yom Hashoah edition, and also earlier in the year as a regular featured Poet of the Week. Congratulations Jim! Transparent Words is a Quarterly Ezine of Poetry and Criticism. It's an on-line and paper magazine, publishing innovative poetry. Congratulations to Transparent Words for receiving the most votes from readers in this category! The website of Neca Stoller, who has appeared several times as a Featured Poet of the Week on the Poetry Super Highway. She's authored 3 books, including 2 collections of poetry and a guide for writing Haiku and Cinquain. Congratulations Neca! Formerly Poetry at the MiningCo., this site hosted by Margery Snyder and Bob Holman, won in this category in 1998 and continues to be one of the most utilized resources for poets and writers on the net. Check out their weekly Museletter with reports from poetry correspondents throughout the United States.

Winners | Honorable Mentions | Editor's Choice
1997 Winners |
1998 Winners | 1999 Winners | 2001 Winners | 2002 Winners

Honorable Mentions

(Awarded to those poets and websites which received
the second highest number of votes in each category.)

Christine Lennon
Friction
Tangy Candy
Virginia resident Christine Lennon has been writing poetry and prose for more than 20 years. She has had several poems published, and is currently writing a novel. We featured her at the end of Summer, 2000. Online version of Kansas City print magazine, Friction Magazine is a journal for Poets and Writers with strong a strong editorial staff and artistic layout. Congratulations to Friction! Website of Southern Connecticut poet Suzanne Frickshorn. She's been widely published in print and online. Congratulations Suzanne! Last year's winner in this category, Inkspot is a comprehensive writing resource and community. Named by Writer's Digest Magazine as one of the best sites for writers.

Winners | Honorable Mentions | Editor's Choice
1997 Winners |
1998 Winners | 1999 Winners | 2001 Winners | 2002 Winners

Editor's Choice

(As chosen by the Poetry Super Highway editor)

NakedPoetry.com
12 Poems by
Michael McNeilley
Sundress
Publications
Perhaps it was the word 'naked' in the title which attracted me to the site; NakedPoetry.com is a beautifully designed, regularly updated spot for engaging, and often risque, poetry, fiction and art. Rock on RhondaK. We lost Michael McNeilley in 2000 but his presence and influence on the net is evidenced in the many sites left featuring his work. Michael was a past featured Poet of the Week here and served as one of the judges in our 1998 summer poetry contest. Our choice for Michael in this category is one final salute to all he offered us. Sundress Publications serves as a great example of what can be accomplished through collaborative efforts. It's home to 3 staggeringly good Online Publications (Stirring, Samsara Quarterly, and Supralurid) as well as host to a weekly online slam and a slew of forums and links. Pay attention Middle East, you can accomplish more together than you can apart.

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Up Liberty's Skirt | Feeding Holy Cats | Mowing Fargo
| I'm a Jew, Are You? | Lizard King of the Laundromat | I Am My Own Orange County
Paris: It's The Cheese
| Poetry Super Highway | Judaic Links | Rick's Bookmarks | Cobalt Poets
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| Other Cool Rick Stuff / Upcoming Readings | Who The Hell Is Rick