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Congratulations to Jason Kerzinski — an artist and writer in New Orleans — for winning a copy of Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris. Jason responded to our October 1st post where we offered to mail a copy of the book to the first person who left a comment.

This afternoon, I noticed that the copy Jason claimed is a First Edition (2004), but don’t know if this gives the volume any extra value — since the publisher must have printed a gazillion copies in an initial run for the popular Sedaris.

Note: There is still an unclaimed book giveaway among our September posts.


We are pleased to announce that Colleen was first to offer a comment about our REVOLUTIONARY ROAD post — and wins her very own copy of this amazing novel by Richard Yates. Visit Colleen — a recent UNC grad with a degree in English and advertising — at her blog Colleen Abroad, Passport to Somewhere: Because it’s never too early to start exploring the world…

Congratulations, Colleen! Thank you for visiting the Silver Birch Press blog!

Visitors, stay tuned for our next book giveaway — coming soon. 


Viv from Live.Grow.Nourish.Create was the first to comment on yesterday’s post about Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress, a novel by Dai Sijie — and wins her very own free copy, compliments of Silver Birch Press.

On her blog, Viv calls herself “a constantly evolving work-in-progress.” Right now, she is all about art, quilts, education, books, dharma, nature, motherhood, community, poetry, music, love, friendship.

Hope you enjoy the book, Viv!