Author Jed Brody was the only contestant to enter the written essay portion of our Summer Reading Program contest. He wins the final prize, an Amazon gift card, by default. That makes it sound like Jed was an easy winner, but his essay on what he read over the summer is pretty awesome. Read below.
I believe that everyone has a story to tell. If you’ve read Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s Shadow of the Wind, you might remember his vast library of forgotten books. I’m not trying to analogize that your book will become lost–even the secret library in Zafón’s novel was attended to respectfully by a few initiates–but that your words have the potential to become just as valuable.
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Author Jed Brody teaches physics at Emory University. As a participant in the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative, he travels to India to teach physics to Tibetan monks and nuns. He was a Peace Corps volunteer in Benin, West Africa. His stories and articles have appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer, Creative Loafing, Progress in Photovoltaics, Solid-State Electronics,
This summer marked our second annual Summer Reading Program, which ran from June 1 – September 8. Now that it is over, we would like to announce our winner, Joseph McBray! Joseph was chosen among the buyers of our books this summer in a random drawing. Moon Willow Press has made a donation, in Joseph’s