March/April Competitions

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Moranifesto, the eagerly awaited new book from the bestselling author of How to be a Woman, Caitlin Moran, is here and we have three copies to give away to the most ardent of Moranistas. You want one? You tell us the name of the children’s novel she wrote when she was just 16…

If you’re of a certain age (ie if The Young Ones hit your teenage years), it’s highly likely you’ll have a massive softspot for Alexei Sayle and his memoir Thatcher Stole My Trousers will be high on your shopping list. To win one, tell us the title of Sayle’s top 30 hit…

Every once in a while Granta publish short story collections that crossover into the world of readers who don’t normally dabble (see Wells Tower) and Dog Run Moon by Callan Wink might well just be another. If you like short stories, you want this, tell us what Wink’s day job is…

A welcome return is signalled by Hotels of North America, the latest Rick Moody novel to be published in the UK. You want to get your hands on a copy tell us the title of Moody’s last excellent novel – which wasn’t published in the UK…

Oh how we love Hubert by Ben Gijsemans, our favourite graphic novel of the year so far. To be in with a chance of winning, tell us where Gijsemans calls home…

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We’ve already raved about Superabundance by Heinz Helle – it’s certainly one of our debuts of the year so far. If you’d like to sample its delights, tell us which city the novel is (mostly) set in…

The Cauliflower is the latest by Nicola Barker and a good few Bookmunch reviewers are already squabbling over who gets dibs to review! The Cauliflower sounds typically barmy but if you’d like to be in with a chance of winning, tell us what year Barker joined the Granta list of 20 best young writers…

Already a massive bestseller across Europe and set to be made into a fillum and all of that, The Crow Girl is one of those dark, dark crime novels that we expect will be lapped up by the masses. To be in with a chance of winning, tell us who really wrote the book…

We loved Get in Trouble by Kelly Link when it was first released in hardback and now that it’s out in paperback we think you should all make a beeline for it. You can win yourself a copy if you tell us which writer said Kelly Link is a national treasure…

Deadline for comps is end of April, with winners contacted shortly thereafter. Send your answers (and contact details so we can send a prize) to bookmunch.comps@gmail.com

 

 

 

 




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Coming soon on Bookmunch

Golden Years by Ali Eskandarian

Satin Island by Tom McCarthy

An Olympic Dream by Reinhard Kleist

The Latecomer by Dimitri Verhulst

Wonderland by Samuel Ligon

Hotels of North America by Rick Moody

The Bricks that Built the Houses by Kate Tempest

Prodigals by Greg Jackson

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