Why I’m an identitarian

RadixJournal.com is proud to announce its first annual essay contest for young writers!

The topic—Why I'm an Identitarian—is broad and can be addressed from a variety of perspectives. Essays could take into account culture, geopolitics, race and ethnicity, society, technology, and more. They could deal with the history or future political expression of European identity. Or they could discuss the writer’s personal journey to these ideals.

For ideas, writers are encouraged to read my “conversation starter” on Identitarianism.

Prizes

The best essay will be awarded $500. The awardee will also be granted complimentary registration to NPI’s 2015 conference, Become Who We Are, and lodging in Washington, DC, for the weekend (October 30-November 1).

Three additional prizes of $100 will be awarded to essays of merit.

Judges

Gregory Hood
William Regnery
Richard Spencer

Submission

All essays must be recieved by September 15, 2015.

Submissions should be made online using the form below. Files should be uploaded in DOC, DOCX, RTF, TXT, MARKDOWN, or PAGES format.



Each essay must be accompanied by contact information (a name and email address) as well as the name that should appear as the byline should the essay be published. Writers are encouraged to use pseudonyms, though they are not required. We respect your privacy and will not share personal information.

Rules

Each contestant must be 30 years old or younger as September 15, 2015. Winners will be required to submit proof of age.

The contest is open to anyone around the world. Essays must be written in English and be between 1,500 and 3,000 words.

Submitting an essay grants RadixJournal.com the right to edit and publish it.

Good luck!

 

Richard Spencer
Editor
RadixJournal.com