icon magazine just announced the rules of their 2010 micro fiction competition, Stories for the End of the Decade. Here’s the gist of it: a 100-word story about the decade that’s ending or the one about to start, somehow pertaining to architecture, design and urbanism. The deadline for submissions (to be sent to this fellow) is December 7.
The editors’ favorites will be published in icon‘s February 2010 issue, and the grand champ (chosen we’re-not-sure-how) gets a free one-year subscription and a copy of Thomas Pynchon‘s Inherent Vice. So start writing! (But take your time because, you know, it’s just 100 words, how hard could it be?)