CARTOON CONTEST: $1,000 in winnings? Yes, a new, true 'grand' prize.
Tomorrow, we'll break down a few rule changes in The Washington Post's "America's Next Great Cartoonist" Contest -- revisions that Comic Riffs helped urge in recent days to benefit creators.
For tonight, Comic Riffs wants to alert you promptly to the revisions that were finalized today. One of the main changes: The winner, in addition to being eligible for other already outlined rewards, is now guaranteed $1,000 in "grand" prize money.
If you have reactions to the changes, feel free to comment below. And tomorrow, Comic Riffs will discuss how these positive revisions came to be made.
| May 13, 2010; 9:15 PM ET
Categories: General | Tags: America's Next Great Cartoonist Contest, Arts, Comic Riffs, Comics, Washington Post
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