Competition: Send us your Edinburgh Festival Reviews!

Competition: Send us your Edinburgh Festival Reviews!
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We’re off to Edinburgh to cover the Fringe Festival and Edinburgh International Book Festival and we want to hear what you have to say! Send your reviews of individual shows or of the festivals as a whole to [email protected]. We will choose a winning review and a runner up and post the reviews on our website. The winner will receive three Folio titles, have their review posted on our website, and win Litro membership!

The Folio Society has provided us with some great gifts. The winner of this competition will receive three Folio titles from the list below; the runner-up will win two titles. In light of the festivals, each of these novels has an introduction from an author who will be attending the International Book Festival this year.

Dracula - smallTitles:

Girls of Slender Means by Muriel Spark

  • Introduction by AL Kennedy

Dracula by Bram Stoker

  • Intro by John Banville

Rogue Male by Geoffrey Household

  • Intro by John Banville

Silver Sword by Ian Serraillier

  • Intro by Anne Fine

Moonfleet by J. Meade Falkner

  • Intro by M. Morpurgo

Call of the Wild by Jack London

  • Intro by David Vann

Terms and Conditions:

  • Send us as many reviews as you’d like
  • The competition will run until the end of the Festivals
  • The winner will receive three Folio titles, have their review posted on our website, and win Litro Membership
  • The runner-up will receive two Folio titles and have their review posted on our website
  • All reviews must be sent to [email protected] to be considered
  • We will announce winners at the end of the Festivals

Kaite Welsh

Kaite Welsh

Kaite is an arts journalist whose work has been featured in The Guardian, The Independent, Mslexia and a variety of online publications. She reviews for the Literary Review and the Independent on Sunday, and is a frequent guest on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour. Her short fiction has been published in several anthologies, and has been nominated for awards including the Cheshire Prize for Literature. She has an MA in Sexual Dissidence and Cultural Change and is working on her first novel.

Kaite is an arts journalist whose work has been featured in The Guardian, The Independent, Mslexia and a variety of online publications. She reviews for the Literary Review and the Independent on Sunday, and is a frequent guest on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour. Her short fiction has been published in several anthologies, and has been nominated for awards including the Cheshire Prize for Literature. She has an MA in Sexual Dissidence and Cultural Change and is working on her first novel.

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