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April 3, 2012

National Poetry Month: The Day The World Ends

To celebrate National Poetry Month, Crown Publishing Group/Random House has offered one lucky U.S. reader a copy of the new book of poems by Ethan Coen. Learn more about The Day the World Ends and then enter below to win your own copy.

The Day the World Ends by Ethan Coen
paperback, 128 pages
Published: April 2012 by Crown Publishing Group
ISBN13: 9780307956309
Available: Goodreads, Amazon, Powell's Books

From one of the most inventive and celebrated filmmakers of the twentieth century, and co-creator of such classics as Fargo, No Country for Old Men, and True Grit, a collection of poems that offers humor and insight into an artist who has always pushed the boundaries of his craft.
Ethan Coen's screenplays have surprised and delighted international audiences with their hilarious vision and bizarrely profound understanding of human nature. This eccentric genius is revealed again in The Day the World Ends, a remarkable range of poems that are as funny, ribald, provocative, raw, and often touching as the brilliant films that have made the Coen brothers cult legends. From

About the Author:

When not writing plays, poetry, or short stories, ETHAN COEN makes movies with his brother, Joel Coen. After thirteen films, the Coen brothers have one of the most beloved and critically acclaimed bodies of work in the history of cinema.


To enter for a chance to win The Day the World Ends by Ethan Coen, please fill out the entry form below. Open to U.S. residents only.

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  1. While I don't have just one favorite the poems of T.S. Eliot have always appealed to me.

  2. I love Ethan Coen! If I win, will you ship to Taiwan?

    1. Sorry, as stated in the terms & conditions this giveaway is available to US residents only.

  3. I'm not a huge fan of poetry. But I thought the Cohen name looked familiar. Love the Cohen brothers' movies!

  4. Sounds interesting. Thanks for hosting this