Wednesday, November 3, 2010

So it goes...

Kurt Vonnegut

In honor of Kurt Vonnegut's birthday on November 11th, we are having a print giveaway!
All you have to do is leave a comment below telling us your favorite Kurt Vonnegut book and be sure to leave your name and way to contact to you. Good Luck!

*The above print is not the actual print that you will win. A custom print will be made for the winner! Drawing will be on November 11, 2010 and announced on the same day.

8 comments:

  1. I think my favorite Vonnegut book would have to be the collection of short stories 'Welcome to the Monkey House.' As much as I've enjoyed his novels, I re-read his short stories often.

    Richard LaRue
    rlarue @ me . com

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  2. I've a ton of Kurt upstairs but haven't read him in over a decade. I'd say my favorite is BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS, probably because I read it three times.

    Joseph - you know how to contact me....

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  3. I am going to avoid stating the obvious "Slaughterhouse Five," though it was something that really impressed me when I read it in high school. I really enjoyed "Mother Night," & thought that "The Sirens of Titan" was one of the most interestingly-bizarre books that I have read.

    Merissa, xxxitsyourfuneralxxx@gmail.com

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  4. My favorite would have to be Slaughterhouse Five.

    Marisa, marx1153@yahoo.com

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  5. Slaughterhouse Five. I'm often unstuck in time myself.

    Bailey, baileymead@gmail.com

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  6. mmm. i like the others but remember liking galapagos. think it was easy as my mom is ecuadorian.

    michael@michaelclinard.com

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  7. what a nice idea, guys!

    while it's difficult to consider any of the vonnegut i've read *not* a favorite, i do have an extra special affinity for "man without a country." it feels like you're sitting in a room with him, just listening to him talk. i love it. :)

    summahtyme@gmail.com

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  8. Easily, without doubt I would say "God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, or Pearls Before Swine." It was so funny and wise at the same time. "Like all real heroes, Charley had a fatal flaw. He refused to believe that he had gonorrhea, whereas the truth was that he did."

    rockstarhead@gmail.com

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