The infamous Modern Love column in The New York Times is looking to the college demographic to find out what love and relationships are like in this age bracket. They’re sponsoring a contest with an end result of being published in the paper, as well as $1,000!
I’m sure that many of you have stories to tell in response to the question that the NY Times is posing, “What is love now, in this age of 24/7 communication, blurred gender roles and new attitudes about sex and dating?” There’s no one better to address this complex and ever-changing question than someone in our generation.
How can you enter?
E-mail your 1500-2000 word essay (attached as a Word document AND pasted within the body of the e-mail), name, e-mail address, phone number, college, and year of graduation to: firstname.lastname@example.org by March 31, 2008.
Also, if you need to look at past Modern Love columns to get a sense of the format, style, etc. check out the Modern Love archive.
The winner will be published in the paper, as well as on the website on May 4, 2008. If you are even considering entering, just go for it, you have nothing to lose. Good luck!