Promoting chess writing is one of the main goals of Chessvine. We bring up controversial issues here with an admitted cavalier attitude in the hopes that great writers will add their opinions to the mix.
With that all in mind we’re starting our first contest here on Chessvine. From the posting of this article until September 1st we’re running an essay contest for bloggers.
The topic of the essay must be in some way related to chess.
One entry per person (if you’re discovered, you’re disqualified).
You must be the proud owner of a chess blog (the entry can be the first blog entry ever but it must be a blog post).
Entries received after September 1st, 2008 are ineligible.
Other qualifications are at Chessvine discretion.
To enter simply post the article’s URL into the comment field for this blog entry … it’s that simple. Naturally, the article must contain a hyperlink to Chessvine. Otherwise I won’t know which article you’re submitting.
More details here: http://chessvine.com/archives/31-Chessvine-Blogger-Contest.html
Colonel Crockett, Senior Admin for Chessvine.com
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