REMINDER – Win A Copy Of Star Wars: Women Of The Galaxy!

You still have time to enter our competition to celebrate the official release of Star Wars™: Women of the Galaxy by Amy Ratcliffe. We have 3 copies of the book to give away and three limited edition prints.

They are heroes and villains, Sith and Jedi, senators and scoundrels, mothers, mercenaries, artists, pilots. . .

The women of the Star Wars galaxy drive its stories and saga forward at every level. This beautifully illustrated, fully authorized book profiles 75 fascinating female characters from across films, fiction, comics, animation, and games.

Featuring Leia Organa, Rey, Ahsoka Tano, Iden Versio, Jyn Erso, Rose Tico, Maz Kanata, and many more, each character is explored through key story beats, fresh insights, and behind-the-scenes details by author Amy Ratcliffe.

Also showcasing more than 100 all-new illustrations by a dynamic range of female and non-binary artists, here is an inspiring celebration of the characters that help create a galaxy far, far away.


To be in with a chance of winning, please answer the question below correctly to be entered into the prize draw.

Which female Star Wars character is featured on the cover of Star Wars: Women of the Galaxy by Amy Ratcliffe?

A: R2-KT
B: Rey
C: Mother Talzin

Send your answer to with your answer in the subject line by 11:38pm GMT on Tuesday 6th November.

Rules: –

  • This competition is only open to residents in the UK.
  • Competition ends at 11:38pm GMT on Tuesday 6th November 2018.
  • The winner(s) will be notified by 11:38pm GMT on Friday 9th April 2018.
  • Winner agrees to publicity at Jedi News and/or the publishers of the book.
  • Only 1 entry per household.
  • No cash alternative.
  • The judge’s decision is final.
  • Jedi News accepts no liabilities for loss.

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Find out more about the book here.

Available now from all good bookshops and online.

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Steve Galloway
Steve was 5 years old when he saw Star Wars for the first time during its first UK cinema release. He considers himself a first generation Star Wars fan and in his own words is a ‘Child of 77’.