Books Forever


A London bookshop is holding a contest for a lifetime supply of books for anyone in the world, according to a story by Alison Flood in the Guardian. Those who wish to enter simply have to tell Heywood Hill bookshop which book published in the past eighty years has been the most meaningful to them. The winner will be chosen by random drawing, and first place will receive one new, hand-picked hardcover book per month for the rest of their life.

Kelly Lynn Thomas reads, writes, and sometimes sews in Pittsburgh, PA. Her creative work has appeared in Sou’wester, Thin Air Magazine, Heavy Feather Review, metazen, and others, and she received her MFA in Creative Writing from Chatham University. She is hopelessly obsessed with Star Wars and can always be found with a large mug of tea. She also runs the very small Wild Age Press. Read more at More from this author →