If you have ever wanted to get published in The New Yorker, this may be your chance. All you need is a great sense of humor and a dose of creativity. The magazine, which is famous for its cartoons, holds a weekly Cartoon Caption Contest.
Each week on their web site, they provide a cartoon without a caption. You submit your suggestion in 250 characters or fewer. They choose three finalists and then web site visitors vote on the winning entry. The finalists appear online and in the following issue of The New Yorker.
To learn more, read the complete rules, and enter the current contest, go to the contest web site.