Harman Writing Contest
Every semester, the Harman program holds a writing contest that showcases the strong writing talents of the Baruch community. Students are given the opportunity to have their work read by that semester’s Writer-in-Residence and be considered for a monetary prize. Contest subjects have varied from poetry to scriptwriting, graphic storytelling to narrative non-fiction, based on the Harman Writer’s area of expertise.
Winners of the competition are featured in the following semester’s issue of Encounters Magazine, Baruch’s literary and arts publication.
Check out our previous categories and winners as well as other contests that are being held this semester.
Spring 2021 Harman Contest Winners
Thank you to all who have submitted to our competitions. We encourage you to continue writing and practicing your craft. Find your passions and pursue them.
Scene and Song Writing Contest
Jerome L. Schulman Memorial Poetry Contest
For more information:
Professor Esther Allen, director of the Sidney Harman program
Visit Baruch College’s Digital Media Library to watch full readings by Harman Writers-In-Residence.