The New Denver Egotist Essay Contest

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We’re overworked and understaffed here at The Denver Egotist, just like you. So in the hope of maintaining the quality and quantity of posts we’ve established here, we’re going to take a stand and do something about it.

The New Denver Egotist Essay Contest is our hair-brained answer to alleviating the load. Maybe you don’t want to write your essay and you’d rather tell us why you’d make a good Egotist in pictures. Forget it, we need writers. Maybe you’d rather try to get to know every great creative director in town by sending your book to them and scheduling an “informational interview.” Forget it, you’re not smart enough to realize you can painlessly connect with them right through our site and use that to your advantage if you choose. Maybe you’d rather report on what’s going on in other creative hot-bed cities. Well, maybe you should just move there, smartypants.

Rules

:: All entries must be 750 words or less on the topic of “Why I would be a great Denver Egotist.”

:: All entries must be emailed (not inserted in the comment section below) to by Thursday, January 31, 2008.

:: Genuine people who have a lot to say (just no venue in which to say it) will be the only ones seriously considered.

Judging

:: Entries will be judged on both style and content. Judges will look for writing that is clear, articulate and logically organized. Winning essays must demonstrate an outstanding grasp of the philosophic meaning of The Denver Egotist.

:: Top three essays as selected by The Denver Egotist will be posted on our site, and the top essay author will be selected by our readers and crowned The New Denver Egotist – joining our editorial staff and commencing duties immediately. All authors will be kept anonymous, as dictated by the way things work around here.

Comments

Where do we send our entry? the@denveregotist.com

Yes, please. Email it to us at that address.

When? When? WHEN!?

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