To all you fiction writers: want to enter a short-story contest judged by acclaimed author David Rakoff? Here’s your chance!
The College Group at the Met and Selected Shorts, a short story performance series at Symphony Space and on public radio around the country, co- present another student writing contest. Students are asked to write 500 words or less about a “private paradise,” in celebration of the upcoming exhibition, The Emperor’s Private Paradise: Treasures from the Forbidden City, opening on February 1, 2011. Four winning entries, selected by the CGM committee, Symphony Space, and special guest judge David Rakoff (author of Half Empty and Don’t Get Too Comfortable and frequent contributor to NPR’s This American Life), will be read aloud at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Friday, February 4, 2011, recorded, and possibly aired later on Public Radio International. The special event will be hosted by David Rakoff.
Download the submission form here and start writing! GildedInk