Literary Lunch-Box Giveaway From eNotes


Agh, yes, it is that time of year again: back to school! To make things a little easier for you (and to make your friends a lot jealous), we’re giving away a super sweet lunch-box set. Our exclusive literary kit includes:

  • An Edgar Allan Poe lunch box
  • A pack of Shakespeare insult gum
  • A tin of Jane Austen bandages
  • A whole bunch of neon eNotes pencils
  • And a FREE pass to eNotes for 1 year!

Never have bad breath or lose a pencil again

To win, just mention your favorite author in a comment here or hit us up on Twitter or Facebook. We’ll pick two winners at random on 9/17/14 (U.S. shipping only).


  1. thejoyofteaching

    My lunch requires grace under pressure! Love the concise prose of Ernest Hemingway.

  2. Nina Lambert

    My favorite is Neil Gaiman. There are so many reasons I love his work, but the most important one, I guess, is the kindness I find in all of them. Even in darker, more violent works there is a little taste of good old adventure books I loved as a child. My second favorite will have to be Dennis Lehane. His mysteries and historical fiction are brilliant.

    • jhgardner

      Great picks! Neil Gaiman is the best 🙂

  3. Tanya Anderson

    Can I pick a poet? Chaucer.

  4. Jeffrey Schmidt

    John E. Mack

  5. Mark Hendrickson

    Wally Lamb is a current favorite because of his subject matter and layered story telling style.

  6. mah2play

    A current favorite is Wally Lamb because of the subject matter and his layered style of storytelling.

  7. Laura

    I don’t know if I’d call him my favorite, but I’ve been reading a lot of Iain Banks lately.

  8. Lauryn

    Oh, how I covet that lunch box! And Jane Austen band-aids?! And Shakespearean insult gum?! But now to your query: I have to say that my true literary love is Neil Gaiman. I love pretty much everything he’s done, from the Sandman comics to his children’s books. Second runner-up? That’s probably a 30-way tie, so I’ll spare you that.

    • Lauryn

      I’m feeling very interrobang-y today apparently.

  9. Malcolm Learner

    “The year was 2081, and everyone was finally equal.”
    Kurt Vonnegut

  10. Noreen

    Jane Austin, I re-read her books every year

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