Caught by the River

Competition Results

17th September 2020

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. 

We asked:

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.