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Critterati Contest Winners Are In
Finny as Mark Twain was among one of the five Critterati 2010 winners.

The winners are in for the second annual Critterati photo contest, The New Yorker’s nod to Halloween for animal-loving bookworms. Our very own Cameron Woo was among the judges (with Susan Orlean and Andrea Horowitz) who selected the five winners, including dogs as Mark Twain, Evelyn Waugh and schoolgirl in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie; a horse as the nurse from Romeo and Juliet, and a cat as Richard the Lionheart. Visit The Book Bench for photos of these winners—who each received a copy of Cameron’s Photobooth Dogs—and the deserving honorable mentions.

 
There’s still time to enter your costumed pup in Bark’s Halloween contest—literary allusions not required.

 

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