3 October 200822 October 2008 Uncategorized Why should I subscribe to Overland? admin Overland publishes the finest Australian writing – but with a twist. As the nation’s only explicitly progressive literary journal, Overland presents voices from outside the polite political consensus, making arguments you won’t read anywhere else. If you like your culture shaken and stirred, subscribe to Overland and for about the cost of a new novel, we’ll deliver 320,000 words of the finest prose, polemic and poetry to your door. Overland seeks to foster a political and literary community, an ongoing conversation between like-minded people. By subscribing you become part of that dialogue, as it plays out from issue to issue. If you write fiction and poems yourself, an Overland subscription keeps you in touch with what your peers are doing. A writer who doesn’t read is like a deaf musician (and no, not Beethoven). Each edition of Overland contains a selection of the nation’s most accomplished writers, mixing it up with a crop of emerging talents. Subscribing is good for you but it’s good for us, too. Overland is a not-for-profit organisation. Working on a shoestring budget, it has played a major role in shaping progressive culture in Australia for over fifty years. But it has always depended on its subscribers. If you read fiction and poetry and intelligent writing of all kinds – and even more so if you write it – you should be doing your bit to keep Overland going. A full-price subscription costs only forty-five dollars – and only thirty-five if you claim a concession. Plus we offer an array of special deals and joint subscriptions with other magazines. Don’t hesitate. Click here and you can enjoy a year’s worth of the Overland experience devoid of the guilt pangs suffered by freeloaders. admin More by admin Overland is a not-for-profit magazine with a proud history of supporting writers, and publishing ideas and voices often excluded from other places. If you like this piece, or support Overland’s work in general, please subscribe or donate. Related articles & Essays First published in Overland Issue 228 10 November 200811 November 2008 Uncategorized The Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize is now closed admin Entry to the Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets, sponsored by the Malcolm Robertson Foundation, is now closed. Thank you to all the poets who have sent in work. Winners will be announced in Overland 194, March 2009 and posted on this site. First published in Overland Issue 228 5 October 20086 October 2008 Uncategorized blog archive admin Welcome to the blog archive.