Monthly Archives: November 2011

Sarah Hall competition

Thanks to the kind folks over at Faber and Faber, we have two signed copies of The Beautiful Indifference by Sarah Hall to give away. This is the first short story collection by the author of Haweswater and The Electric Michelangelo, and quite frankly it’s ace. In fact, the publisher gave us three copies, but an editor who will remain nameless nicked one after a quick glance through and refuses to give it back.

There are two ways to win one of the couple which remain!

The first will be given to a Structo subscriber chosen at random on the 20th of December, with the book heading out just in time for Christmas. So if you were thinking of taking out a subscription, now might be a good time!

The second draw is open to everyone, whether subscriber or not. To enter, simply email competitions@structomagazine.co.uk, with the phrase ‘Sarah Hall competition’ in the subject line and your address in the body text. We’ll choose somebody at random on the 20th and, all being well with the post office, the winner will have an extra book under the tree come Christmas morning.

Rules/notes: both draws close at midnight on December 19th; UK addresses only please; we won’t use your email address for anything else.

Update 20/12: Both books have now been won! Congratulations to the winners.

Flipping ‘eck

Well how about that. We’re now up-to-date on the flip-through front, for another month at least…

— Euan

Flipping through the pages

The first of these you may have seen before, as it was the first of these ‘flip through’ videos we made, almost a year ago now, for issue four. The second one though is a brand-new stop motion effort showing issue five (a paltry 11 months after release).

We’re aiming to break the release pattern for issue six…

— Euan