+ The Nation Magazine’s Student Writing Contest 2009

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SORRY I didn’t know about this sooner!

The Nation magazine is looking for original, thoughtful, provocative student voices to answer the question, “How has the recession affected you, your family or someone you know?”

Essays should not exceed 800 words and should be original, unpublished work that demonstrates fresh, clear thinking and superior quality of expression and craftsmanship.

Five finalists will be selected, and two winners — one from college, one from high school.

Each winner will be awarded a $1,000 cash prize and a Nation subscription. 

Winning essays will be published and/or excerpted in the magazine and featured on our website.

The five finalists will be awarded $200 each and subscriptions, and their entries will be published online.

Entries (only one per student) will be accepted through May 31, 2009.

A winner will be announced by September 15.

Please send entries to studentprize@thenation.com .  Please include the essay in the body of the email.  All emailed submissions will be acknowledged.

Each entry must include author’s name, address, phone number, email and short biography and school affiliation — and say “student essay” in the subject line.

Any questions?  email studentprize@thenation.com

Eligibility

The contest is open to all matriculating high school students and undergraduates at American schools, colleges and universities as well as those receiving either high school or college degrees in 2009.

Submissions must be original, unpublished work (the writing can have been published in a student publication).

The contest is sponsored by the BIL Charitable Trust to recognize and reward the best in student writing and thinking.

tutoring in Columbus OH:   Adrienne Edwards   614-579-6021   or email  aedwardstutor@columbus.rr.com

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