Here at Dabbler HQ, deep underground, our statistics machine – a Blötzmannometer, attached to the computer via a pneumatic funnel – reveals that an absurdly large number of readers (some several hundred in fact), have yet to enter our competition to win a free annual subscription to Slightly Foxed.
Yet it couldn’t be easier in this post-Google age, and for once there is a prize worth winning. You also have a much, much better chance than you do of winning the lottery, if that helps.
How to enter
To be in with a chance, just fill in the blanks in this line of poetry by former Poet Laureate John Betjeman:
Childhood is measured out by_______, before the______
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org, putting “Slightly Foxed” in the subject line. No need to include any personal details.The competition is open to anyone anywhere in the world.
We will pick a winner at random and contact them to get their postal address etc. The deadline is next Monday. Get emailing Dabblers!
(Bonus prize – don’t forget you can also win Stan Madeley’s excellent book by improving on Betjeman in the comments here)