Here are the results of our most recent newsletter competition…
A couple of weeks ago, we had three copies of James Canton’s The Oak Papers, recently published by Canongate, to give away.
The largest botanical specimen at the Natural History Museum is a thin slice of a 200-year-old oak, which adorns the ceiling of the museum’s Treasures Gallery — but what is the name of its artist?
And the answer is: Tania Kovats. The winners are Ben Ewart-Dean, Jane Smart and Keith Britten. Your prizes should be with you very soon!
To be in with the chance of winning our next prize – one of three copies of Andrew Wasylyk’s new Athens of the North-released album Fugitive Light And Themes Of Consolation, on winners’ choice of CD or vinyl – make sure you’re subscribed to our mailing list before tomorrow morning. The sign-up bar can be found in the top right-hand corner of this page.