When I announced my intention to host January in Japan, I hinted that there might be some giveaways, and while I haven’t been lucky enough to source any publisher freebies, I’m more than happy to provide a prize or two out of my own pocket 🙂
The question though is what to choose out of all the excellent Japanese books I’ve read over the past few years. There are a lot of books I’ve enjoyed, and would like others to enjoy, but there is one I’ve recommended several times and will undoubtedly do so again in the future…
…and it is, of course, The Oxford Book of Japanese Short Stories 🙂
I reviewed this collection a few years back, and its a book I’ve dipped into several times since then. It’s probably the best starter anthology for J-Lit around, with a wide variety of classic and modern writers – not too old and not too heavy either 😉
So, on to the giveaway! I will be giving away a copy of the book shown above – if you want to enter, simply:
– comment on this post.
– commenting on my review is welcome but not obligatory 😉
This competition is open to all, but please note that I will be using The Book Depository to send this prize, so it is limited to people living in countries where The Book Depository has free delivery. Entries will close at midnight (Melbourne time) on Saturday, the 22nd of December, 2012, and I’ll be announcing the winner shortly after.
Apologies to those who already have this one – I’ll try to fit in another giveaway during the event itself. To everyone who intends to enter – good luck 🙂