The Dabbler is delighted to bring you an exclusive competition. Slightly Foxed – producers of ‘The Real Reader’s Quarterly’ – are giving away a free annual subscription to one lucky dabbler.
This is a real treat for booklovers – each issue of the Slightly Foxed magazine is packed full of witty, beautifully-written and highly personal reviews of great books both old and new. The very first article from the very first issue has appeared on The Dabbler here.
The competition is open to anyone anywhere in the world – you don’t have to be based in the UK.
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 email@example.com, putting “Slightly Foxed” in the subject line. No need to include any personal details, but it would be helpful if you could indicate how you come to hear about this competition (eg. via another blog).
We will pick a winner at random and contact them to get their postal address etc.
The deadline is midnight (GMT) on Monday 1 November.
This will be awarded at the editors’ discretion to whoever comes up with the best ‘improvement’ to the original Betjeman line – just put your funny/profound/completely ridiculous entries in the comments!