Collection Giveaway Project 2012: What You Can Win Here
Because the stories in Binocular Vision are set in Massachusetts. And Europe. And Israel.
Because the characters in Binocular Vision are Jews. And non-Jews.
Because Binocular Vision spins stories about war. About families. About history. About things that are timeless.
And because its author does this all so beautifully. And–dare I say–so quietly?
For all of these reasons, I am proud to offer a free copy of Edith Pearlman’s superb story collection, Binocular Vision (Lookout Books, 2011), as my selected Collection Giveaway Project title.
The Collection Giveaway Project (CGP) is one way that the team at Fiction Writers Review will be celebrating Short Story Month through the month of May. And you have all month to comment on this post, right here, to be eligible to win a copy of Binocular Vision.
Comment as you wish–perhaps tell us about another collection we might enjoy, and if you’re participating in the CGP by offering up a collection (or two), please tell us where we can find *your* post. On May 31st, I’ll use a random number generator to select a winner who will receive a copy of Binocular Vision. A “runner-up” will receive a copy of my own story collection, Quiet Americans. (Winners may choose to gift their copies to another recipient if they already own the books.)
Sound good? Let the giveaway begin!
UPDATE (5/31): Thank you all for taking part! And congratulations to Anca (who has won a copy of Binocular Vision) and Kizzy (who has won a copy of Quiet Americans). I will be in touch with you shortly via email. Thank you once again.