Savannah Brown’s first book Graffiti (and other poems) is one of ten finalists in the poetry category of the Goodreads Choice Awards.
Savannah self-published the book in March and has described it as “essentially a compilation of all of my favourite things that I’ve written over the past couple of years”. The poems touch on a number of topics including love, life, and death, with accompanying illustrations by Ed Stockham.
sorry to keep bugging you but i am now in the FINALS of the goodreads choice competition! would love your vote!!! https://t.co/ZTfWCvQXLf
— savannah brown (@savannxhb) November 17, 2016
The Goodreads Choice Awards have been held annually since 2009, and include three rounds of voting over a number of categories. Goodreads members are invited to vote for their favourite book releases of the year, resulting in one overall winner for each category.
Graffiti (and other poems) is one of the finalists for the Best Poetry award. Those wishing to vote in this and other awards can do so on the Goodreads website. The final round of voting ends on Sunday 27 November.
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