Here are the results of our last couple of newsletter competitions:
First up, we had three copies of Robbie Roberson’s memoir Testimony to give away, courtesy of Penguin Random House.
We asked: John Niven’s first book was a fictional account of the time The Band made their first record. Can you name the book and its publisher?
And the answer is: Music From Big Pink, published by Continuum. The winners are Angelos Milonas, Ellie Shaw and Matt Bourne.…Your prizes will be with you very soon.
Next up, we had a copy of celebrated music photographer Tom Sheehan’s In Between Days: The Cure in Photographs 1982 – 2005 to give away.
We asked: On which French existentialist novel is The Cure’s controversially named debut single “Killing An Arab” based?
And the answer is: The Stranger / L’Étranger by Albert Camus. The winner is Mark Howroyd. Your prize is on its way.
Thanks, as usual, for all the competition entries. To be in with a chance of winning our next prize, make sure you’re signed up to our mailing list. The sign-up bar can be found in the top right-hand corner of this page.