Art and Literature 2001

<p>UPDATE: Visit the nominees and winners of the <a href=”https://www.utne.com/media/utne-independent-press-awards-2009-hold.aspx”>2009 Utne Independent Press Awards</a>.</p>
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<b>Native Peoples</b>
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<a href=”http://www.nativepeoples.com/” target=”_blank”>www.nativepeoples.com</a>
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<p>With beautiful photography and good storytelling, this bi-monthly magazine from Phoenix, Arizona, celebrates native arts and culture.</p>
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<b>The arts and lifeways.<br />
Gary Avey, editor/publisher<br />
Media Concepts Group<br />
5333 N. Seventh St., Suite C-224<br />
Phoenix, AZ 85014-2804<br />
602-252-2236<br />
Subscription address:<br />
Box 18449<br />
Anaheim, CA 92817-9913<br />
888-262-8483<br />
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<b>$20/yr. membership (6 issues)</b>
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<b>E-mail:</b>
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<b>editorial@nativepeoples.com</b>
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</a>No Depression</b>
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<a href=”http://www.nodepression.net/” target=”_blank”>www.nodepression.net</a>
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<p>The bimonthly magazine for fans of country music that matters, No Depression also makes forays into bluegrass, blues, roots rock, and folk.</p>
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<b>The bimonthly journal of alt-country revival and revelation.<br />
Peter Blackstock and Grant Alden, co-editors<br />
5816 9th Ave. NW<br />
Seattle, WA 98107<br />
206-547-5952<br />
Subscription address:<br />
PO Box 31332<br />
Seattle, WA 98103<br />
206-706-7342<br />
$18/yr. (6 issues)</b>
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<b>E-mail: <a href=”mailto:%20%3CNoDepress@aol.com%3E”>NoDepress@aol.com</a>
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</a>Nueva Luz</b>
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<a href=”http://www.enfoco.org/” target=”_blank”>www.enfoco.org</a>
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<p>This showcase for fine black-and-white photography is published quarterly by En Foco, a nonprofit organization supporting ‘photographers of Latino/a, Africa, Asian, Pacific Islander and Native American heritage.'</p>
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<b>A photographic journal.<br />
Charles Biasiny-Rivera, editor<br />
En Foco, Inc.<br />
32 East Kingsbridge Rd.<br />
Bronx, NY 10468<br />
718-584-7718<br />
Subscription address: same as above<br />
$30/yr. (4 issues)</b>
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<b>E-mail: <a href=”mailto:%20%3Cinfo@enfoco.org%3E”>info@enfoco.org</a>
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<a href=”http://www.pw.org/” target=”_blank”>www.pw.org</a>
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<p>Don’t kid yourself, it’s a business; and this bimonthly guide to the lonely craft is a pep talk, a trade fair, and how-to manual all in one.</p>
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<b>What creative writers need to know.<br />
Therese Eiben, editor<br />
Poets & Writers, Inc.<br />
72 Spring St.<br />
New York, NY 10012<br />
212-226-3586<br />
Subscription address:<br />
Box 543<br />
Mt. Morris, IL 61054<br />
815-734-1123<br />
$19.95/yr. (6 issues)</b>
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<b>E-mail: <a href=”mailto:%20%3Csubs@pw.org%3E”>subs@pw.org</a>
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</a>Rain Taxi</b>
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<a href=”http://www.raintaxi.com/” target=”_blank”>www.raintaxi.com</a>
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<p>Perhaps the best single source of reviews of new fiction, poetry, and comics by small and inpendent publishers</p>
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<b>Eric Lorberer, editor<br />
Rain Taxi, Inc.<br />
Box 3840<br />
Minneapolis, MN 55403<br />
612-825-1528<br />
Subscription address: same as above<br />
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<b>$12/yr. (4 issues)</b>
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<b>E-mail:</b>
<a href=”mailto:%20%3Craintaxi@bitstream.net%3E”>raintaxi@bitstream.net</a>
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</a>Rhythm</b>
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<a href=”http://www.gorhythm.com/” target=”_blank”>www.gorhythm.com</a>
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<p>Reviews, news, and profiles of musicians from all around the world.</p>
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<b>World music and global culture.<br />
Edward Moran, editor in chief<br />
347 W. 36th Street Suite 1301<br />
NY, NY 10018<br />
646.674.1094<br />
Subscription address: same as above<br />
800-464-2767<br />
$49.95/yr. (11 issues including CDs)</b>
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<b>E-mail:</b>
<a href=”mailto:%20%3Cacohen@gorhythm.com%3E”>acohen@gorhythm.com</a>
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</a>The Village Voice<br />
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<a href=”http://www.villagevoice.com/” target=”_blank”>www.villagevoice.com</a>
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<p>Long a favorite amongst cosmopolitan editors hereabouts, the dean of American weeklies has thrived during the Rudy Giuliani era, slashing through the local political mud with the sort of panache not seen since the Reagan years.</p>
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<b>Donald H. Forst, editor in chief<br />
VV Publishing Corp.<br />
36 Cooper Square<br />
New York, NY 10003<br />
212-475-3300<br />
Subscription address: same as above<br />
800-825-0061<br />
$89/yr. (52 issues)</b>
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<b>E-mail:</b>
<a href=”mailto:%20%3Ceditor@villagevoice.com%3E”>editor@villagevoice.com</a>
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