The 2003 Thomas Wolfe
Student Essay Prize
An essay contest open to undergraduates and
graduates enrolled in colleges and universities worldwide
To foster and recognize scholarship about Thomas Wolfe by undergraduate
and graduate students.
RULES AND PROCEDURES
All essays must be related to Thomas Wolfe or his works. All essays must
be between 8 and l5 double-spaced, typed pages in English. Documentation
should follow the current MLA Style. Judges will be members of the
Thomas Wolfe Society appointed by its president. Essays will be judged on
originality, style, clarity, documentation, and contribution to knowledge
or understanding of Thomas Wolfe. The original of each submission will be
retained in the archives of the Society. The author may submit the winning
essay for publication without restriction.
The Thomas Wolfe Society.
$500. Delivery of the winning essay at the 2003 meeting of the Thomas
Wolfe Society in Burlington, Vermont, during June 6-7. Waiver of meeting
registration fees. Publication of the winning essay in The Thomas Wolfe
Review. Years membership in the Thomas Wolfe Society.
January 15, 2003
Please send submissions by January 15, 2003 to:
Dr. James Clark, Jr.
The Thomas Wolfe Student Essay Prize
809 Gardner St.
Raleigh, NC 27607