New Yorker Caption Contest: Now a Weekly Fix
Last December I blogged a bit about The New Yorker's annual cartoon caption contest and my entry. (I didn't merit a finalist nod, but I was happy to have gotten a fair shot in.) Dick and have since noticed that The New Yorker has elevated the contest to weekly status. That's right -- once a week, it's your chance to caption the funniest single-panel humor going in periodicals. They've modified the original contest format to involve a reader vote on three selected finalists, but I'd venture the competition's as talented as ever.
I'm planning to submit an entry each week until I'm asked to "please stop doing that."