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Win limited edition infographic prints

Next week will see the publication of An Answer For Everything, our new book of infographics that help make sense of the world we live in by answering questions ranging from the extremely serious to the deeply silly. To celebrate, each week we’re unveiling a different limited-edition print of one of our favourite An Answer For Everything infographics, which can be won by somebody who has pre-ordered the book.

This week we’re adding¬†‘What was life like in lockdown?’ to the prize pot. To be in with a chance to win your choice of print, all you need to do is to send us proof of purchase (a confirmation email, or a screenshot of your order) to infographics@slow-journalism.com with the subject line LOCKDOWN.

You can enter all the competitions until the book’s publication on 28th October, when we’ll announce the winners. To have a chance of winning, just change the subject line accordingly:

PRINT 1: Who’s the best James Bond? (subject line: BOND)
PRINT 2: Do worse things happen at sea? (subject line: WORSE AT SEA)
PRINT 3: Which songs have stood the test of time? (subject line: TEST OF TIME)
PRINT 4: What was life like in lockdown? (subject line: LOCKDOWN)

To pre-order An Answer For Everything just head here.

 

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