About the Awards
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.
Voting is open for two days in the first week of each month. Click here to vote.
The world of anagramming is inhabited by some very talented
people who have turned it from a simple pastime into a true art
form, and expanded its scope from tiny gems to lengthy and
Click to find out about anagrams:
Anagrammy Awards Forum
the centrepiece of our website, the Anagrammy Awards Forum. Everyone is
welcome to send in their own anagrams or just spend some time reading
the latest posts. No registration needed to read and post.
Click here to drop in:
Official JUNE Anagrammy Results are available
(including Awardsmaster's Choice Award)
Congratulations to the winners and thanks to the 22 voters.
Note: Rude was awarded to second place Jesse with Rick's 1st place found to be a rediscovery.
The Archives have been updated:
2016 Winners Stats, Overall Winners Stats, & Rankings
Also updated this month: DFE 20+ Club
And I have reinstated the archive index
July Anagrammy Challenge
"One failed attempt at a shoe bomb and we all take off our shoes at the
airport. Thirty-one school shootings since Columbine and no change in
our regulation of guns." (John Oliver)
This month's Challenge has been set by Adie Pena asks us to anagram this QUOTE
How about creating an anagram on the "National Rifle Association of America" and people like its current president "James W. Porter II" and supporters like "Donald Trump"? [BTW, the entity and names in quotes can be found in the Oliver quote.] Or gun violence in general in the United States. ~ Adie
An anagram from the Archives
A Winning Anagram by Hans-Peter Reich (General, December 2003)
One thousand kilos = Oh, sounds like a ton!
The Anagrammy Team
Awardsmasters: Chris Sturdy and Jesse Frankovich.
Forum Moderators: David Bourke, Tony Crafter,
Rediscovery Checker: Mey Kraus
Technical Wizard: Rosie Perera