Thursday, August 18, 2005
Contest - Essays - Lantern Books
Lantern Books 2005 Essay Competition
Categories - Nonfiction
Fees - None.
Prizes - $1000 first prize. $500 second prize. $250 third prize
Description - The aim of our essay competition is to allow new thinking to emerge on the key subjects of Lantern's publishing program and to encourage new voices to step forward to shape the debate of the future. Please read the rules and guidelines below.
Subject - We'd like essays to focus on the animal advocacy, vegetarian, or environmental movements.We encourage those wishing to enter to familiarize themselves with Lantern's core subject areas by exploring our website.Judges will be looking for originality of vision, knowledge of the subject, skill in presenting an argument, and literary merit.
Essays should be no longer than 1500 words.
Anyone of any age can submit an essay from anywhere in the world, but all essays should be in standard English.
Do not include your name, address, or other identifying information within the essay itself. This is to ensure that your essay will be judged anonymously. Essays should be submitted as an email attachment in rich text (.RTF) format or in Microsoft Word (.DOC) format and mailed to email@example.com.
Please include the following information within the body of the email:
If you cannot email your essay, you may mail it double-spaced, double-sided to Lantern's address:
Attn: Essay Competition
One Union Square West, Suite 201
New York, NY 10003
Include your name, mailing address, email, and phone number in a separate cover letter included with your essay.
Visit website for complete rules.
Olivia LanePublishing AssociateLantern Books
212 414 2275 x10
Posted by Louise Bergmann DuMont at 7:43 AM