GIVE AWAY


So here it is - hot off the press. 'The Minotaur', by Jack Ross - a translation of the sonnet 'Laberinto' by Jorge Luis Borges (numbered edition of 21 copies by Pania Press). The open structure stands 40cm high and 50 cm wide and folds down to an 8.5cm width. It is presented in a slipcase hand-printed with a maze design.

If there are any pop-up book enthusiasts out there, I have one copy to give away so if you would like to go in the draw to win it just leave a comment on this post. I will announce the winner right here next Sunday, 26 April.

Anyone from here in New Zealand or overseas is more than welcome to enter.

ps: If your comment doesn't lead me back to a blog or website just use the anonymous comment option but be sure to leave your name in your message so that I can put your name in the hat.

pps: just to let you know that the 'f' word does appear once in Jack's translation of the sonnet so those sensitive to profanity might wish to steer clear of this offer.

Comments

artandmylife said…
Ooooh enter me please!
Giovanni said…
Oooohhh... and me please!
Francis said…
The production looks wonderful - I can't wait to see it in the real. Please invoice a copy to me if my name isn't drawn!
Gemma said…
I really like the "step" section. Please enter me for the draw.
Anonymous said…
What a brilliant idea to use a pop-up book to not only carry the poem, but also interpret it. I'm very impressed. I will be coming back to your blog to see future developments. Elaine
Meliors Simms said…
wow! pick me pick me!
Graham said…
Love the new layout Bron - put me down for the draw too please!!
Hillary said…
yes please, and yet another, who would be interested, no more than that, thrilled to bits to have a copy of their own of your pop up book. http://eaird.blogspot.com/
Anonymous said…
Please enter me in the draw for this highly original book-poem.
Bronwyn Lloyd said…
The last 'anonymous' will need to leave your name so that I can identify you in the draw. Thanks!
Anonymous said…
Your book is amazing. I would absolutely love to win a copy. Please put me in the draw :)
Selene Simcox - selenes@clear.net.nz
AnopenBook said…
This looks lovely, would love to go in the draw. Take Care
Carmen
Anonymous said…
Hi Mosehouse Studio,
What beautiful work, very inspiring
Would like to go in draw for pop-up book, thanks
Julie Henderson
Hastings
Louise said…
Hi there, I'm a bookbinder who only just reawaked my love of pop-up. This is beautiful! Please enter me in the draw. Thanks ;p
Anonymous said…
Wow! that is a marvellous construction and very interesting. I would appreciate it you could put my name in to the draw.
thank you
Dale-Cormack Pearson
Auckland
New Zealand
Anonymous said…
Yes, I'd like to see (and own) the real thing! So precise!
Jo Ann
Beverley said…
that would be lovely!!

Many thanks for the chance.

Cheers
HeathreP said…
It's beautiful! So structural and visually interesting. I'd love to see it in person!!
La Pomme said…
Thank you for telling me about this, Bronwyn! This work looks very inspring. Please enter my name in the giveaway.
Fred said…
I'd love to see a copy up close, please include me in the draw.
Anonymous said…
Susie Poole says: The staircase reminds me of the Labyrinth movie. Which is a compliment. It was one of my favorite childhood films. (As it is with many people born in the '70s) At the time I wasn't interested at all in the fact that David Bowie was wearing tights. The book looks beautiful and I don't mind the 'f' word at all. There was no swearing in the Labyrinth.
Chad C Mulligan said…
Am I too late? No, I am not.

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