Thanks for playing, everybody. I had a harder time than usual picking a winner–I had a list of five must-win entries that I couldn't decide between. So I put them in a hat (well, not a hat, really, but a little pile on my desk) drew names. Our winners are:
Joseph of Greensparrow Gardens for his use of actual bones in the garden.
Bryn for her wonderful poem, which ends:
But despite all the dust,
Worms, chiggers and "rust",
A good garden's worth killing for.
I agree! Bryn and Joseph, I just sent you emails asking for your mailing addresses. Hope you enjoy your books.