Sunday, November 01, 2009

Dissertation Challenge

Effective immediately, I will be accepting entries for the best dissertation on the progress of the Obama Presidency.

No rules, except the subject must revolve around the Obama Presidency; take that subject where you will - comparing, contrasting, analogizing, rabbit-trailing, explaining, detailing, revealing, unveiling, concluding, etc. Make it your own, in your own words, and at any length.

Send your entries to the email address found on my profile page.

The challenge ends November 27th. The winner will be chosen by popular vote, so tell your friends to be sure to at least vote here.

Details of the awards will be forthcoming, and they'll be better than ever before!

Grab your pencils, and get the lead out!


Liberty said...

Oh I would so love to participate...why did I sign up for another huge writing competition. *slaps forehead*

Son3 said...

Multitask, Liberty!

You don't want to miss out on the Freedom-lovingest extravaganza of the month, do you?

Awards abound this year!

Rebecca said...

I would like to do it, but I have no idea what in the world I'd write. :) (I don't know enough.)

Son3 said...

Nonsense, Rebecca!

No rules on length or detail, so it doesn't have to be an encyclopedia in size.

Simply spout, if you like!

No losers here.

Son3 said...

Let me also clarify, the subject is merely restricted to Obama.

Anything related to Obama is what I'm looking for in this contest; no restriction beyond that.

Son3 said...

(And I do mean anything.)

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