Archive of Literary Anagrams

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Poems, songs and Shakespearean quotes have become a major source of inspiration to anagrammatists since the Anagrammy Awards began. Here is a comprehensive archive of all such literary anagrams that have been nominated for Anagrammy Awards.

 

Some are poems or songs that are anagrammed into new poems or songs; some are poems or songs that are anagrammed into prose; others are prose anagrammed into a poem or a song. They vary in size from tiny nursery rhymes to massive poems occupying a page of their own. The largest is 935,763 letters in length and can be found here.

Maintained by Harshal M. (from May 2011).
Previously maintained by Richard Grantham, Anagrammy Archivist, and Larry Brash, Anagrammy Awardsmaster.

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Number of anagrams

Color

3-10

red

10-25

bronze

25-50

silver

50+

gold


Click on a name to view a list of literary anagrams by each author. Authors with 1 or 2 anagrams are listed together on two pages.

Author

Mavourneen Arndt
Daniel Austin
David Bourke
Larry Brash
Andrew Brehaut
Richard Brodie
Paul Equinox Collins
Tony Crafter
Bryan Crain
Crash Davis
Ellie Dent
Tyler Durden
Joe Fathallah
John Fidler
Dan Fortier
Don P. Fortier
Foxboy
Jesse Frankovich
Linda Garrett
Scott Gardner
Jon Gearhart
J.J. Gertler
Maurice Goddard
Goldfern
Toby Gottfried

Author

Richard Grantham
David A. Green
Ernesto Guiraldes
Adrian Hickford
Juliet Howland
Mattias Inghe
Jan
Jaybur
Earle Jones
Mike Keith
Meyran Kraus
Dharam Khalsa
Lardy Girl
Harshal M.
Marc Macauley
Michael Maguire
Joost R. Meerten
Mike Mesterton-Gibbons
Allan Morley
Tom Myers
nedesto
Walter Newboldt
Ember Nickel
Paul Pan

Author

Mathijs Panhuijsen
Richard Peers
Adie Pena
Rosie Perera
Graham Perkins
Matjaz Pihler
Zoran Radisavlevic
Rainwalker
Neil Ramsay
Martin Rand
Benjamin Randell
Rick Rothstein
Jeff Roy
Mike Torr
Santi Spadaro
SpursKevin
Chris Sturdy
View
Virge
Simon Woodward
Yaveth
Brian Young
James H. Young
Various authors


Updated: June 25, 2012

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To learn the skills needed to create these long literary anagrams, read this article: The Art of Long Anagramming.


Updated: June 25, 2012


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