Orhan Pamuk, Istanbul, Turkey
Matteo Pericoli’s new book, Windows on the World, features his intricate pen-and-ink illustrations of fifty views from fifty writers’ windows, including those of Orhan Pamuk, John Jeremiah Sullivan, and the late Nadine Gordimer. In short essays alongside the drawings, these authors share what they see from their windows—around the world, from Lagos to Berlin—drawing a new map of our imaginations and dreams.
Now you can have your view illustrated by Pericoli, too.
Starting November 1, submit a photograph of the view through your window—including the window frame—along with three hundred words about what you see, to [email protected]. Submissions will be judged by the editors of The Paris Review and Penguin Press, and by Matteo Pericoli. The winner will receive Pericoli’s original sketch and have his or her essay published on the Paris Review Daily. Five finalists will receive signed copies of Windows on the World. By submitting a contest entry, you acknowledge that you have read and agree to the contest rules below.
Submissions will be accepted from November 1-15, 2014.
Terms and Conditions.
CONTEST RULES: NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY. Void where prohibited by law. The Contest is co-sponsored by The Paris Review Foundation, Inc., located at 544 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001 (“The Paris Review”), Penguin Group Random House Limited, and Penguin Random House LLC (collectively, the “Organizers”). The entry materials submitted by participants in the Contest (“Participants”) will be judged by representatives from each of the Organizers and Matteo Pericoli and five (5) finalists and one (1) winner (the “Contest Winner”) will be chosen among all eligible entries based [solely] on the craft and creativity of the entry. Odds of winning will depend on the craft and creativity of the entry, limited to one entry. Employees, agents and representatives of the Organizers may not enter the Contest. In order to be eligible, entries must be received by November 15, 2014. Finalists will be announced on The Paris Review’s and Penguin Random House’s websites and notified via email by November 18, 2014. Finalists’ Contest entries will be published on November 18, 2014. The Contest Winner will be announced on The Paris Review’s and Penguin Random House’s websites and notified via email by November 26, 2014. The Contest Winner will receive one (1) sketch by artist Matteo Pericoli (“Prize”). Other than the Contest Winner, no other Participant will receive any prize or award. The Prize is not redeemable for other products, services or monetary value. Any taxes imposed with respect to the Prize shall be the responsibility of the Contest Winner. The Paris Review reserves the right to amend, modify, supplement or terminate the Contest, or the terms and conditions thereof, at any time and without notice to Participants.
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