Literary Contest: Conversations
Following the positive response to both the American and Indian editions of his book, Conversations, author Rajeev Nanda thought it prudent (read wise) to revisit the successful topic; with a slight difference. To plan for the next edition, he would like to reach out to the ever-so-chatty blogosphere to hear the conversations the world is having.
If you, or anyone you know, have experienced a life-altering conversation with someone (a parent, a sibling, a friend, a child, a teacher, a stranger, a spouse, a colleague, a…you get the idea) this shout here goes out to you. If you are the introvert sorts and find it easier to talk to a mirror, a pet, a pole (without the assistance of mood-altering substances, naturally) or the walls in your room, and have found positive resonance, you qualify to participate and share as well. If you came away from that tete-a-tete with an emotional, or humorous, or informative exchange that turned your perspective on its head, Rajeev would like to hear about it.
The best five entries will receive a personally signed copy of his book Conversations, and may also get a shot at being included in his planned next edition. Those interested may e-mail him their articles (between 500-1000 words) at firstname.lastname@example.org. This contest will end by Nov 30th, 2011 and the winners will be notified soon thereafter.
I still have 3 days. Lets see what i can do.
Go for it 🙂