Aug/Sept comps

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You will no doubt have read our glowing review of Sarah Hall’s latest short story collection, Madame Zero. We have three copies to give away to the lucky winners who can tell us the title of the anthology she co-edited with Peter Hobbs…

Jen Beagin’s Pretend I’m Dead is one of those lowkey books that tickle you gently as you read and then loiter in your head as you read book after book that doesn’t quite reach the bar set by Beagin’s book. To win a copy, tell us which household electrical item appears in the title to her next book (due out in 2019).

Joy Williams is rapidly becoming another Bookmunch favourite (check out our review of her last book here) and we’re looking forward to her latest, The Changeling, very much. To be in with a chance of winning a copy, tell us which Joy Williams’ story did Colin Barrett read out on the New Yorker’s Fiction podcast recently…

And last but not least, Patrick DeWitt is back and French Exit is garnering all sorts of interesting comparisons (like Wes Anderson via Edith Wharton a great many people are saying). You can be in with a chance of winning if you tell us which of DeWitt’s books is shortly to be a filum…

Email your answers to bookmunch.comps2017@gmail.com.

Deadline: last day of Sept. Copies will be flying to winners the first week of October. Good luck!

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