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Pink Giveaway Winner

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What better way to celebrate Friday than to announce a giveaway winner? The lucky person who will receive a copy of Lili Wilkinson’s new book, Pink, is . . .

Carol!

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Congratulations! I’ll be in touch shortly via email so we can get your prize shipped out. Thanks to everyone who entered. And don’t forget: if you didn’t win this time, there’s still time to win a copy of Karen Mahoney’s The Iron Witch.…

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Contest: Pink Giveaway

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If reading this week’s interview with Lili Wilkinson made you want to pick up a copy of her new book Pink, you’re in luck! We’re giving away a copy to one lucky winner. To enter to win, just comment on this post before midnight on Thursday, March 24, EST; we’ll announce the winner the next day. Through next Wednesday, you can also read her essay from the Smart Pop anthology on Scott Westerfeld’s Uglies series, Mind-Rain, for free here.

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Ava has a secret. She is tired of her ultracool attitude, ultra-radical politics, and ultrablack clothing. She’s ready to try something new–she’s even ready to be someone new. Someone who fits in, someone with a gorgeous …

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Interview: Lili Wilkinson

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Today we’re excited to share an interview with you from one of our upcoming Hunger Games anthology authors, Lili Wilkinson.

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Lili Wilkinson is the award-winning author of Scatterheart, Angel Fish and The Not Quite Perfect Boyfriend.  When she’s not reading, writing, or working on her PhD, she can usually be found watching something awesome on DVD, riding her bicycle or making monsters out of wool. Pink is her first US release. You can find her at http://liliwilkinson.com.au or @twitofalili.

Q. In your latest American release, Pink, teen Ava trades in her super-cool persona, girlfriend, and black clothes for conformity, a boyfriend, and a pink sweater–the typical high school experience at a private school. What do you hope teen

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