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Last month, literary agent Janet Reid held a title poetry contest, inspired by author Tahereh Mafi. I decided to enter, so I thought I’d share it with you, too:

capillya_spine_poetry-3546694(No, I didn’t win, as there were approximately 4.5 bajillion entries that were far better than mine.)

But I love a good title on a novel. Whether they’re one-word titles, super-long titles, weird titles, or rhyming titles, I think it’s safe to say that they definitely bear their own weight when it comes to capturing my attention. And as a part of the jacket artwork, a spine can definitely stick out among its fellow shelfmates (like Delirium, Wicked and One Day above).

Is there a particular spine on your book shelf that sticks out among the rest?

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Bryan Williams