2009 Hall of Fame


2009 has been an amazing year for the Nonsense Society. Thanks to all who have supported it and watched it grow. With a redesign within touching distance, the Society is poised and ready to bring new artists, authors, musicians, and filmmakers into it’s ranks. We love your creativity. We want to help you grow. 2010 is set to be a spectacular year, but first let’s look back at the best of 2009. Enjoy.

Gordon McBryde

United Kingdom

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Rosaria Battiloro

Italy

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Amber Rubarth

United States

You Will Love This Song

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Nirrimi Hakanson

Australia

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Mario Sánchez Nevado

Spain

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Ben Wytinck

Canada

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Martin Stranka

Prague

Hope

Lawrence Yang

United States

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Chris Greenwood

United States

I Believe

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Tuna Ferit Hidayetoglu

Turkey

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Cara Persico

United States

“Not Enough”

I don’t know enough about the world to write poetry.

I don’t know about foreign lands and broken bridges
and the pages of history I never turned in high school-
Maybe I should have turned them.

I don’t know all the animals that have sex for fun,
or the ones that don’t have sex at all,
all I know is that both of those have described me.

I don’t know how to write fiction; I think fiction,
I am fiction–

its potential string of words
grabbing me into a black widow’s web,
tantalizing that soon I shall die, or it shall die
Or at least suffer from the slow sting and poison.

I don’t know about anaphoras and hyperboles and
all the words we assign to movement trying to explain
the inexplicable quickening heartbeat and waves
of hot blood flooding into our veins as if we suddenly
feel ourselves alive and this is the first time we noticed
all day.

It’s lucky if we notice at all.

Mara Brioni

Italy

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Vitaly S. Alexius

Canada

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Nootrac

United States

Extreme Croquet

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Emily Tebbetts

United States

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Jarek Kubicki

Poland

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Greg “Craola” Simkins

United States

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Aja Apa-Soura

United States

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Emily Mover

Canada

Ordinary Day

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Florian Nicolle

France

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Jeannie Paske

United States

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Kamil Smala

Poland

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Steven Madeja

United States

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Noteworthy Compilations & Posts

Women in Photography
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An Interview With Zoë Keating

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Instances of Breathtaking Creativity

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Ace, King of Space
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The Best Break Up Songs of All Time
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Attractive and Inspiring Liquor Labels
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The Line Between Art and Pornography (NSFW)
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Rejected Submissions: Music
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Are You Being Censored? (Hint: Yes)

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The Most Interesting Search Terms of 2009

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