Enter the
Kobo Giller Light Bash Haiku Contest
We want to know which of the must-read 2016 Giller Prize shortlisted books YOU think should win. So here’s a challenge: can you sum up your choice in just 17 syllables? That’s right, we want you to write a haiku. It can relate to the book in any way at all, whether it’s a plot summary, a tribute to the author or simply why you love it. May the best poet win!
YOU COULD WIN 1 OF 3 GREAT PRIZES
1st Prize
A $500 cash prize
 plus a brand new Kobo Aura ONE
2nd Prize
A $250 cash prize plus
 a brand new Kobo Aura ONE
3rd Prize
A $100 cash prize
plus a brand new Kobo Aura ONE
2016 GILLER PRIZE SHORTLIST
HOW TO ENTER
Write a Haiku
Sum up your favourite Giller Prize nominee in just 17 syllables
Share on Twitter
Include #KoboGLBHaiku
Wait and see
The haikus with the most likes and retweets by November 6th will win
How to Haiku
A haiku is a short 3 line, 17 syllable poem with 5-7-5 structure.

Line 1: 5 syllables
Line 2: 7 syllables
Line 3: 5 syllables
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