New York Times 100-Word Tiny Memoir Contest

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Competition Details

  • Introduction: The New York Times invites all junior and senior high school students to write a memoir in less than 100 words that is very meaningful to each person. This can be a special situation, a scene, or a meaningful event. New York Times hopes to hear unique stories from the “young writers” in their own words. The judges hope to see how the “young authors” solve a problem in this short story and see the larger meaning behind the story.
  • Competition Rules: The mini-memoir should be a short, powerful, true story about a meaningful experience in the entrant’s own life. Essays must be 100 words or less, not including the title.
  • Competition Website: For overall information about the organization and the competition, click here.

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