Futuredaze 2: High School Library Giveaway x 10

Underwords Press is giving away Futuredaze 2: Reprise to 10 different high school libraries anywhere in the U.S.

FD2RepriseWhen I was a teenager, my high school library was a refuge, filled with books that contained doorways to thousands of worlds. However, with all of the budget cuts that schools have suffered lately, their libraries are now struggling to make ends meet. So, in honor of the mysterious high school librarian at my former high school (Kelseyville High School), Underwords Press is holding a contest to give away a copy of Futuredaze 2: Reprise to 10 high school libraries within the U.S. The instructions for entering the contest are written below. The contest is open until Saturday, September 20, 2014 at midnight in Hawaii.

Futuredaze 2: Reprise: Fifteen of the best and most brilliant young adult science fiction stories, written by the hottest SF and YA authors, are gathered for the first time in one anthology. Wild-west steampunk, true love with the alien next door, a confab with Mr. Darcy’s avatar, musical fluted girls, and Dorothy in alt-China—this is not your mom and dad’s science fiction. Grab a friend and go for launch to worlds of wonder that reveal who we are and what we want to become through our decisions, relationships, and the chances we take on our futures—across all universes!

Includes Stories by:
Paolo Bacigalupi * Libba Bray * Cassandra Clare * Neil Gaiman
Kat Howard * Hugh Howey * N. K. Jemisin * James Patrick Kelly
Ken Liu * Malinda Lo * Beth Revis * Will Shetterly
Scott Westerfeld * Connie Willis * Jane Yolen

ENTER THE CONTEST
Futuredaze 2: Reprise, edited by Erin Underwood and Nancy Holder

TO ENTER: Enter for your high school library’s chance to win a copy of Futuredaze 2: Reprise by posting your high school’s name and city in the comments area below by midnight on Saturday, September 20th. One entry per person.

MAKE YOUR ENTRY COUNT TWICE: **You can get a double entry by posting the link for this contest on your blog, Facebook page, Twitter, or somewhere else. Be sure to mention in your contest entry  below that you “boosted the signal” to have your entry counts as two entries – doubling your chances to win.**

RULES: The contest is open to all high school libraries located within the United States. Each person is only allowed to enter once, but a high school’s name may be submitted by multiple people. The 10 winning schools will be randomly chosen from all entries received. The person who entered on behalf of the school will be contacted via email for mailing instructions. To enter, you must be at least 14 years old. If you are under 18, please get your parent’s permission to enter.

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“Thoughtfully organized to maximize enjoyment, this sci-fi collection introduces YA readers to exciting subgenres and authors.” —Carolyn Bailey, Foreword Reviews, Fall 2014
“Drawing on a diverse selection of the short science fiction of the last 30 years, the authors have created a solid work through which younger readers can explore the world of SF.” —James Davis Nicoll, RT Book Reviews
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2 Responses to Futuredaze 2: High School Library Giveaway x 10

  1. Ellen Edge says:

    I nominate Montgomery Blair High School of Silver Spring, Maryland for a copy of Futuredaze 2. I’ve also boosted the signal by posting a link to this page from my Facebook page.

  2. I nominate Deckerville High School of Deckerville, MI, a small farming village in the Thumb of Michigan, for Futuredaze 2. I have boosted the signal by sharing this on my facebook page.

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