#readeverywhere is back and it's better (and worse) than ever!
From the bottom of a local swimming pool to mountaintops on (pretty much) every continent, since 2013 we’ve received hundreds of #readeverywhere entries from all over the globe – and even an entry from a man dressed as a globe. Cats, dogs, cows, pigeons, horses and even some people have all been photographed or videoed enjoying the London Review of Books or The Paris Review. We have watched, grateful and incredulous, as readers have shared their holidays, mishaps and weird ideas with us. But now, with #readeverwhere celebrating its fifth birthday, we want more.
This year we are not only looking for the usual ingenuity and smartphone skills – we also want melodrama! To celebrate our "Sale of Two Cities" subscription offer (two great reviews for one low price!) we have introduced two new competition categories: we’re keen to see you enjoying the London Review of Books and The Paris Review in sickness and in health, through the good times and the bad, tagging your entries as the very #bestoftimes or #worstoftimes.
How to Enter:
- Post a photo with the London Review of Books or the Paris Review on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter
- Tag it with #readeverywhere and either @lrb or @parisreview (as well as one of our new hashtags if you like: #bestoftimes or #worstoftimes)
- Make sure to post your photo before the 31st of August to win prizes from Aesop!
…And don't forget to subscribe before the 31st of August to get one year of both the London Review of Books and The Paris Review for one great price, anywhere in the world!