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Winners from Day Five

The following subscribers from Day 5 have won prizes. If you subscribed then and your name is not among them, don’t despair! The major prizes have not yet been drawn.

 Jenny Ostini Word Worship Pack 1:

The Last Illusion by Porochista Khakpour  (Bloomsbury)

A 1-year digital subscription to the Saturday Paper ($79)

Meanjin back issue pack

Snake by Kate Jennings (Black Inc)

 

 Justin Wolfers Word worship Pack 2:

Black Inc tote bag

Meanjin back issue pack

Poetry notebooks 2006-2014 by Clive James (Picador)

In Paradise by Peter Matthiessen (Scribe)

1-year digital subscription to the Saturday Paper ($79)

 

 Hal Conyngham Word Worship Pack 3:

Black Inc tote bag

Avid Bookstore $50 voucher

The strays by Emily Bitts (Affirm)

The Wonders by Paddy O’Reilly (Affirm)

 

Christopher Abbott Word Worship Pack 4:

Black Inc tote bag

A 1-year digital subscription to the Saturday Paper ($79)

The Wonders by Paddy O’Reilly (Affirm)

In Paradise by Peter Matthiessen (Scribe)

 

 Gillian Smith Word Worship Pack 5:

Black Inc tote bag

The Review of Australian Fiction e-omnibus

Hill of Content $50 voucher

The strays by Emily Bitts (Affirm)

Unwrapped Sky by Rjurik Davidson (Tor)

 

Jordan Barling Word worship Pack 6:

The Review of Australian Fiction e-omnibus

A Bag-o-Brows from The Lifted Brow (valued at $50)

The Wonders by Paddy O’Reilly (Affirm)

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton (Picador)

Known Unknowns by Emmett Stinson (Affirm)

Unwrapped Sky by Rjurik Davidson (Tor)

1-year digital subscription to the Monthly

 

 Lauren Englefield Word worship Pack 7:

Island Magazine subscription

The Review of Australian Fiction e-omnibus

The Last Thread by Michael Sala (Affirm)

Having Cried Wolf by Gretchen Shirm (Affirm)

 

Nicky Boynton-Bricknell Word worship Pack 8:

A 1-year digital subscription to the Saturday Paper ($79)

The Last Thread by Michael Sala (Affirm)

Having Cried Wolf by Gretchen Shirm (Affirm)

Known Unknowns  by Emmett Stinson (Affirm)

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