F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Melville House Art of the Novella series are two things we love around these parts. That’s why we’re pleased as punch to combine the two into one handy contest where you can win a copy of Fitzgerald’s really bizarre little novella about a boy, a girl, five miles of land that is made totally out of pure diamond, and a father who will do anything to keep other people from finding it. All we need you to do is go on Twitter and tweet your favorite novella at us and you could win one of the copies we have lying around. Make sure to tweet at @Vol1brooklyn, and use the hashtag #FavoriteNovella. We will pick winners later today.
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