WRITERS CAFE HALL OF FAME

WRITERS CAFE HALL OF FAME

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THE NEW WRITERS CAFE HALL OF FAME


Trophy awarded to winners of the competitive events at Connecticut State Jewish Youth Conference, February 26, 1947

 

Whether it's sports, entertainment, or the arts; a recipient of any hall of fame must possess talent, skill, and commitment to their craft. The following list is a personal, unbiased record of poets and storytellers who deserve recognition for outstanding contributions to Writers Cafe. You may not see a writer you think deserves recognition; my apologies go out to those who I've missed. 


There are good writers here but reviews are not as easy to come by as they once were. Also, people leave and you don't know if they're coming back. Sometimes they change their name. 


The many names here are in no particular order.


THE HALL OF FAME AWARD:

Samuel Dickens
Kelly Scheppers
Light
Christine Anne Shaw

David Lewis Paget

Richard

KenSimm

Pryde Foltz

Sami Khalil

An Owl On The Moon

Sheila Kline

Muse (she plays with matches)

The Rock And Roll Cowboy

Poppy Silver (Ruth)

Coyote Poetry

Tate Morgan

Rick Puetter 

Marie (R.I.P Marie)

jacob erin-cilberto

MsJewel

Bubo

Anette Pisano-Higley

Ed Hart (R.I.P Ed)

Barleygirl

Robbie

Stella Armour

emmajoy

Ahnjolie McKenna

William Liston

Chris

andrew mitchell

Gee

Einstein Noodle

Susan


POETS THAT MAKE YOU THINK
Einstein Noodle
Doodley

Mattaveli


THE MOST POPULAR WRITER EVER, WAS:

Frieda P


THE WRITER WHO HAS GIVEN THE MOST REVIEWS

AND IS THE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER IS:

Coyote Poetry: 63,892. (it's more now)


THE BEST SCIENCE FICTION/FANTASY WRITER

TEMPLE G.



BEST REVIEWER:

JayG



THE WRITERS CAFE TROLL:

I'll leave his name out. He has fans.


WRITERS HERE BECAUSE THEY LOVE WRITING

AND DON"T NEED TO BE RECOGNIZED:

Insert your name here.


BEST STORYTELLERS:

Sam Dickens

ViaLex

(I'm sure there are others)



BEST POET TO CORRUPT YOUNG MINDS:

Ohioman


THE MOST BOLD AND AUDACIOUS AWARD:

Baby Ricochet

The Elusive Mr. Dunne.

(Both are no longer here)


MOST PHOTOGENIC:

Silmara McGarry

Temple G.

DIVYA


THOSE WHO ASK FOR A FRIEND REQUEST

BUT NEVER REVIEW THE INTENDED FRIEND:

? (Insert names here). 





 

© 2021 Relic


Author's Note

 Relic
I left out 'writer's worth reading' because it upset some people.

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Ha I just stumbled onto this. It's so great of you to make this list! I think you deserve to have your name up there as well! ❤
The only names I can think of for addition is Woody(maybe you removed the name after he becane inactive) and Daydreamer(she was my 1st friend on here...also inactive now, so maybe you removed hers as well?)
Ps I'm so happy you included my name twice ;)


Posted 2 Years Ago


 Relic

2 Years Ago

Did I? haha. Whatever. Yes, I removed Woody who I've not seen in a while. I'll think about daydreame.. read more
What a lovely thing to do Relic. So thoughtful, considerate, informative and interesting. Bravo. Relic. Superb idea.

Posted 2 Years Ago


 Relic

2 Years Ago

Thanks very much, Dawn. :) So many writers have left, I needed to update it somewhat.
What a great idea, what a tribute not just to the memers but = like it or not, your kindness. Thanks for adding me, although I don't see the scribblers' sub-heading however! **

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Posted 3 Years Ago


 Relic

3 Years Ago

You are more than just a scribbler my friend. Thanks for the review. :)
Wow! This is an amazing list and most desrving writers. They make this site alive and well and above all inspire others to continue this wonderful craft or art. Thank you so much for including me and many others for it is an honor indeed. I'm pretty sure there are many to be added as time progresses. Thank you for all...

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Posted 3 Years Ago


 Relic

3 Years Ago

I'm sure there will be, thanks, Sami.
Sami Khalil

3 Years Ago

You are welcome.
I really enjoyed this write Relic. I am a newbie, not even been here two months, so I was delighted to see that I also have found a place here on your award list. You have also given me the names of other people to look out for as well. Plenty here for sure. Thank you

Chris

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Posted 3 Years Ago


 Relic

3 Years Ago

You're welcome, Chris.
BarleyGirl’s been so good to me, and Christine. Ray too. Mrudula Rani is very complimentary. I’ve just hardly touched the surface here. Paget’s Old school, and I like it. Gee’s very good in trade, I see. I love how you attacked the plagiarist.

And I know you’ll be wary of my words here, when I say, “I’ll be back.”

But this overview is actually very instrumental.

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Posted 3 Years Ago


 Relic

3 Years Ago

I'm glad you liked it, Maxwell. Thanks.
Thanks for the mention Relic..so vey much appreciated;

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Posted 3 Years Ago


 Relic

3 Years Ago

My pleasure. :)
This is so nice of you to do. It makes a person feel good to be mentioned. Nice job.

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Posted 3 Years Ago


 Relic

3 Years Ago

............................. :)
As a new human here this is a handy list of things to read next, nice one :D

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Posted 3 Years Ago


 Relic

3 Years Ago

Thank you, Neil.
Oh...u forgot to include most "Tangled in names of fame" ....and the award goes to










Relic!!!!!!!
🙆🙆🙆🏆
Ceers!🍸

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Posted 3 Years Ago


 Relic

3 Years Ago

Thank you, Tahsin.
Tahsin (Taah-scene)

3 Years Ago

Mmm...wc😊

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