The Anagrammy Awards is a monthly competition for the best
anagrams posted to the Anagrammy Awards Forum. It began in March 1998. Anagrams from the
Forum are nominated to compete in ten categories, and the winners
are determined by popular vote.
the centrepiece of our website, the Anagrammy Awards Forum. Everyone is
welcome to send in their own anagrams or just spend some time reading
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The Anagrammy site is back up and fully functional!
Thanks to everyone for your patience. Thanks to Anu Garg for some behind-the-scenes technical assistance. Thanks to everyone who chipped in to help buy the domain name back in the auction. Thanks to Larry for all the work he's done in the past and for helping on and off through this transition period.
There are still a few administrative details to work out behind the scenes as Larry hands off his Awardmaster hat to others, and a bit of a learning curve in running the Awards. Thus we will take a breather before running the month-end awards again. It might not happen until the end of June, but whenever it happens it will pick up all the noms since the site went down (actually, since the last Awards were run). -- Rosie P.
March Challenge (extended through May due to the forum's downtime) Chris Sturdy asks us to anagram this extract from Handel's Messiah.
Why do the nations so furiously rage together, and why do the people imagine a vain thing? The kings of the earth rise up, and the rulers take counsel together against the Lord, and against His Anointed."
An anagram from the Archives
A Winning Anagram by Larry Brash (Other Names, August 2001) United States of America = Mac and Fries Eat-out Site.