The Nominees for the 2012 3QD Prize for Arts & Literature are:

Alphabetical list of blog names followed by the blog post title:

(Please report any problems with links in the comments section below.)

For prize details, click here.

And after looking around, click here to vote.

  1. 3 Quarks Daily: Adagio in Blues
  2. 3 Quarks Daily: Imagining an Expat Aesthetic
  3. 3 Quarks Daily: Islands for Introverts
  4. 3 Quarks Daily: Love is What You Want
  5. 3 Quarks Daily: Marco Polo in Boulder, Colorado
  6. 3 Quarks Daily: PINA — a 3D Documentary Film by Wim Wenders
  7. 3 Quarks Daily: The Last Novel
  8. American Stories NOW: Waiting for the Bat
  9. Big Think: Will Neuroscience Kill the Novel?
  10. Brian Thill: POST #5 : Rescuing Books
  11. Chapati Mystery: At Sea
  12. Chapati Mystery: Funny Face
  13. Dan Souder’s Literary Journal: The Tempest
  14. Eyewear: Harlow on Four Zimbabwean Poets
  15. Guernica: Rape, Revisited
  16. Imprint: The Consequences of Writing Without Reading
  17. Kristine Ong Muslim: Bonsai-keeping and the rate of crystal growth
  18. Los Angeles Review of Books: At Home and Abroad
  19. More Quasar: Graham Harman and the Queen of the Blues
  20. Need to Know on PBS: Excuse me, I’m having a Macbeth moment
  21. Nite Rote: Learning
  22. Numéro Cinq: Chiaroscuro: A Memoir
  23. Numéro Cinq: Egypt After the Revolution
  24. Numéro Cinq: My First Job
  25. Numéro Cinq: On Courage
  26. Numéro Cinq: The Formalist Reformation, A Review of Viktor Shklovsky’s Bowstring: On the Dissimilarity of the Similar
  27. Occasional Planet: Navigating the waters of our biased culture
  28. Open Letters Monthly: A Novelist in Tahrir Square
  29. Pandaemonium: Antigone Across the Ages
  30. Pan Web-eye: Hortus Judeorum
  31. Patagonian Road: The Hippy Trail
  32. Philip Graham: Nanobots, Water Walls and Dying Flies
  33. Philip Graham: What Casablanca Can Teach A Writer
  34. Privilege: Professor C. Discusses The Age of Innocence: Wharton and Scorsese
  35. Rebecca Nemser: Hans Wegner / The Bear Chair
  36. Salon: Whole Foods Was Around the Corner
  37. Sanchari Sur: Scheherazade’s One Thousand and One Arabian Night(mare)s
  38. Sarah Wrote That: Sea Poem for Occupy
  39. Shelf Actualization: Brave New World vs. Nineteen Eighty-Four
  40. Steven Hart Site: The Sociopathic Swordsman
  41. Tang Dynasty Times: Leonardo in the Gilded Age
  42. The Awl: Inside David Foster Wallace’s Private Self-Help Library
  43. The Best American Poetry: Spend It All
  44. The Blog: Waiting for Guddo
  45. The Epicurean Dealmaker: Sovereign Triviality
  46. The GetHigh Files: The Importance of Being Brazen
  47. The Millions: Embracing The Other I Am; or, How Walt Whitman Saved My Life
  48. The Millions: Every Day I Open a Book
  49. The Millions: Irène Némirovsky, Suite Française, and The Mirador
  50. The Millions: Living Out the Day: The Moviegoer Turns Fifty
  51. The Millions: Sailing on the Open Sea: John Updike’s Higher Gossip: Essays and Criticism
  52. The Millions: Scared Straight: Writers and The New Happiness
  53. The Millions: Sister Carrie
  54. The Millions: The Great Read Shark: Fear and Loathing at 40
  55. The Millions: The Stockholm Syndrome Theory of Long Novels
  56. The Nervous Breakdown: Secret Theatres
  57. The Philistine at Bar: My Cousin Roscoe Has An Advice Column In The Possum Hollar Penny Saver And I Agreed to Post This
  58. The Philosopher’s Beard: Reading Jane Austen as a moral philosopher
  59. Twombly: Antidotical Blue
  60. Uncanny Valley: Why (When) Subtlety Doesn’t Matter
  61. Writing Here at Nottingham Contemporary: Jack Goldstein’s Two Boxers: A Re-Performance
  62. Yabot the Robot: Lansing, MI
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