Posted by: Lisa Hill | October 10, 2017

Book giveaway: Quarterly Essay – Moral Panic 101, by Benjamin Law

By some fortuitous mistake, I have been sent two copies of the latest Quarterly Essay: Moral Panic 101 by Benjamin Law.

I haven’t read it yet, but it seems like a good idea to do the giveaway now, and you can read Janine’s excellent review of it at The Resident Judge of Port Phillip.

The usual Giveaway rules apply!

HOW TO ENTER

Be in it to win it!  Anyone with an Australian postal address is eligible.  Please indicate your interest in the Comments box below and I’ll select a winner using a random generator round about the middle of next month.

All entries from readers with an Australian postcode for delivery will be eligible but it is a condition of entry that if you are the winner, you must contact me with a postal address by the deadline that will be specified in the blog post that announces the winner.   (I’ll redraw if this deadline isn’t met).

Good luck everybody!


Responses

  1. Thanks Lisa for the chance at this giveaway. These publications are ideal for the work bag and those short snatches of reading when on meal breaks.

    • Yes, you’re right about that, and this one is very topical. Good luck with your entry:)

  2. Thank you. I’m definitely interested. :)

  3. I haven’t bought this one yet though have been consideting it, so I’d love to be in it. Thanks Lisa.

    • Considering of course… Where’s autocorrect or predictive text when you need them?

  4. Thanks Lisa. Never know your luck🐧🐧🐧

  5. I would love to be in the running to win a copy, tis intriguing!

  6. Thanks for opportunity to be in the draw for your extra copy. Cheers
    Catherine 3071

  7. Very interested thankyou, vic 3880

    • Good luck Erin, I’ll draw this later this week!


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