March's Readers Choice : Glue, by Constance Ann Fitzgerald
In case you weren't on Facebook on Saturday, March 11 to witness the draw live, the winner for this month's Reader's Choice review is Glue, by Constance Ann Fitzgerald. I have been inexplicably blessed with short books since the start of this process: 38, 83 and now 86 pages, respectively. I've had the privilege to interview Constance for the month I dedicated to women's writing last year, so I invite you to read that in preparation. I have no idea what Glue is about, but I'm sure it's pretty fucking great because she is someone with her creative nuts and bolts in all the right places. The suggestion came from Kelby Losack.
Now, there were officially 21 suggestions so I WILL open up a movie ballot for April just like I promised and that ballot is going to work exactly like the book ballot did. Although, I'm thinking of changing the way the book vote is going to work in April because of weird coincidences that keep happening. The three short books in a row, for example. Or the fact that I've drawn two Lazy Fascist Press books in two months. Another weird thing: I use random.org to draw the winner and twice in three months now, #1 has come up. Randomness might make me seem fishy in the long run. So it may turn into a popular vote after all.
Here were the other entries. Participants could suggest up to five titles:
Stay tuned! My review of Glue SHOULD be next week or during a special weekend edition. The audience choice's book and movie ballot for April should open soon after that!