Thanks to everyone who participated in the KoreAm Journal / Audrey Magazine Baby Halloween Costume Contest. We received a lot of funny and super cute submissions. Check out all the entries here. And the winners are: Continue Reading »
We have some cute kids that have entered in Audrey and KoreAm’s Baby Halloween Costume Contest and we want to share them with you!
Check them out on our Facebook gallery and “like” your favorites! We’re giving away prizes for the Most Creative, People’s Choice, Editor’s Choice and Most LOL costumes!
Forget the buckets full of candy, the barely-there skimpy outfits, the ghost stories and the fright nights. Halloween is all about cute babies dressed in Halloween costumes!
We know there are plenty of parents out there just dying to show off their tykes dolled up in creative costumes so Audrey Magazine and KoreAm Journal are co-hosting a Baby Halloween Costume Contest!
THREE WAYS TO ENTER:
1) EMAIL your photo(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org
2) UPLOAD your photo(s) onto Audrey Magazine’s Facebook page
3) TWEET @audreymagazine with your photo(s)
REQUIREMENT: ENTRANTS MUST “LIKE” ALL PRIZE SPONSOR’S FACEBOOK PAGES TO ENTER
You have until NOVEMBER 1st, 2011 to enter. Looking forward to seeing all your submissions! Check out the prizes after the jump! Continue Reading »
Who doesn’t want to spend a couple of beautiful days in San Diego watching amazing films, listening to panels by invigorating speakers, and mingling with top-notch celebrities and industry-shakers?
I’m excited to see the San Diego Asian Film Festival outdo themselves year after year packing the fest with fresh films, activities, and fun for socal residents to enjoy. This year is no exception. Just take a look at the intro video for yourself:
The festival runs from October 20-28th. Audrey will be heading down there and we would love to see you!
Starting today (October 10), we’re giving away TEN (10) pairs of SDAFF tickets to Audrey readers.
Here’s how you can win:
1. FOLLOW Audrey Magazine on Twitter and Facebook (if you have accounts).
2. SPREAD THE WORD: Retweet the contest to your friends, and repost on your wall: Link @audreymagazine so we’ll see you did this!
3. COMMENT BELOW: Tell us why you need to go to the SDAFF!
You may enter as many times as you wish! A winner will be picked each day from Oct. 10 through Oct. 19, 2011. Names will be placed on will call.
If winning mere tickets are not enough, (but how can it not be?) you can enter in SDAFF’s Super Fan Contest where the film fest is giving away a pair of All Fest Pass, hotel room, gala seats, and VERIZON Tablet. Check here for deets.
So much fun to be had! Hope to see you at SDAFF!
For the first time, a talent search is going on specifically for Mainland Pacific Island entertainers. The Weekend in Polynesia Organization are looking for singers between the ages of 18 and 30, who are interested in furthering their careers in the music entertainment industry. If you are of Pacific Islander descent and looking to break into the music industry, make sure you audition! Winners will have the opportunity to attend workshops like vocal coaching, financial management, in-studio practice session at local record companies, and much much more.
Auditions will be held on January 29 from 9 am to 2 pm at the Redondo Beach Masonic Lodge, 116 Ruby Street (Catalina Avenue), Redondo Beach, CA 90277.
First round of auditions take place in January with February and March as the last two audition rounds. If you have friends or family that you want to support and cheer for you, feel free to invite them! If anything, they are more than welcome to come be your personal cheerleaders.
For more information or online application, check out their website: www.weekendinpolynesia.com
Have a secret stash of stories hidden away in your sock drawer? Tired of seeing all your writer friends find fame and fortune while you toil away as a barista? If you are, you could probably use some cold hard cash, like say, $1,000 bucks in addition to the recognition you so rightly deserve. Here’s the break you’ve been waiting for:
Hyphen magazine and Asian American Writers’ Workshop is putting out the call for the next best Asian American writer. This is no small writing contest — Houghton Mifflin published past winner Preeta Samarasan’s book Evening Is the Whole Day, which was long-listed for the prestigious Orange Prize (and, more importantly, was featured with an excerpt in Audrey, thank you very much). And this year’s judges include no less than Whiting award winner Alexander Chee, author of Edinburgh (Picador), and Jaed Coffin, author of A Chant to Soothe Wild Elephants (De Capo Press). The winner not only gets one thousand ducats, she (or he) also gets her (or his — hint hint) story published in the pages of Hyphen itself.
But you don’t have a whole lotta time — the deadline for submissions is March 31. Go here for submission guidelines and info. And get writing!