2000 Finalists: Arts and Literature


| November/December 2000

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The American Prospect
www.prospect.org

Quite simply, one of the best inside--and outside--the Beltway review of American politics currently on the newsstands. The bi-weekly journal tilts toward the liberal side of the political continuum, but seldom exhibits the knee-jerk tendencies of some its competitors.

US $29.95/yr. (12 issues)
5 Broad St.,
Boston, MA?02109

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E-mail:taponline@prospect.org





ArtByte Magazine
www.artbyte.com



This New-York-based bimonthly has found a way to cover the cybernetic revolution (and its creative possibilities) without lapsing into either giddy gung-hoism or Luddite doom-and-gloom.

39 E. 78th St. Suite 501
New York, NY 10021

E-mail:info@artbyte.com



Austin Chronicle
www.auschron.com

Weekly arts, entertainment, and political coverage from the capital city of Texas.

US $60/yr. (52 issues)
Box 49066
Austin, TX 78765

E-mail:mail@auschron.com



Cineaste
www.cineaste.com

As a quarterly that focuses on 'the art and politics of cinema,' Cineaste proves that the stories behind the camera are often just as entertaining as those onscreen.

US $18/yr. (4 issues)
200 Park Ave. S.
New York, NY 10009-8917
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E-mail:cineaste@cineaste.com





The Hudson Review
www.litline.org/HUDSON/home.html

Mixing poetry, short fiction, and criticism with some of the best essays you'll find anywhere, this quarterly 'magazine of literature and the arts'
has just the right heft for a rainy afternoon at your favorite coffee shop.

US $24/yr. (4 issues)
684 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10021

E-mail:emontjoy@erols.com





LIMN Magazine of International Design
www.limn.com

This infrequently published, oversized, thought-provoking 'magazine of international design' pulls together graphic articles about the myriad ways in which creativity is manifest, from conception to production.

US $30/yr. (4 issues)
290 Townsend St.
San Francisco, CA 94107

E-mail:info@limn.com





Metropolis
www.metropolismag.com

The queen of design books is the magazine of record for anyone craving to stay abreast of design, architecture, and strange-looking lamps.

US $28/yr. (10 issues)
61 W 23rd St.
New York, NY 10010
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E-mail:edit@metropolismag.com





Musicworks
www.musicworks-mag.com

Fascinatingly covers the newest edges of musicmaking (including lithophones, literal rock music).

US $20/yr. (3 issues); $36 with CD or casette
179 Richmond St. West
Toronto ON M5V 1V3
Canada

E-mail:sound@musicworks-mag.com





Rain Taxi Review of Books
www.raintaxi.com

Perhaps the best single source of reviews of new fiction, poetry, and comics by small and inpendent publishers

US $10/yr. (4 issues)
Box 3840
Minneapolis, MN 55403

E-mail:raintaxi@bitstream.net





Village Voice, The
 www.villagevoice.com

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.

US $79/yr. (52 issues)
36 Cooper Square
New York, NY 10003




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