25 November 201020 July 2012 Main Posts Subscriberthon Day 4: It’s a non-fictiony kind of day, lucky you Editorial team As Mungo MacCallum said last week, ‘At a time when all kinds of publishing in Australia are under threat, either from the internet or from monopoly interests, the continued survival of magazines like Overland becomes ever more critical. With its long tradition of genuine culture, support for new writers and providing alternative viewpoints, Overland is a standout in an increasingly predictable literary and political landscape. Vive la difference.’ Today we’re hoping to entice our non-fiction readers to subscribe using the impressively large number of books publishers generously donated for Subscriberthon. Everyone (yes, even those who win a spot prize) who subscribes today will go in the running to win: Non-fiction bundle 1 Here on Earth, Tim Flannery (Text), The Icarus Syndrome, Peter Beinart (MUP), Errol, Fidel and the Cuban Rebel Girls, Boyd Anderson (UQP), The Globalized Woman, Christa Wichterich (Spinifex), plus more books from Spinifex Press, ASP, re.press and Clouds of Magellan. Non-fiction bundle 2 The Erotic Engine, Patchen Barss (UQP), Rainbow Pie, Joe Bageant (Scribe), The Making of Modern Australia, William McInnes (Hodder), Unmaking War Remaking Men, Kathleen Barry (Spinifex), plus even more books from Scribe, Macmillan, ASP and re.press. Non-fiction bundle 3 C Street: The Fundamentalist Threat to Democracy, Jeff Sharlet (UQP), Little Books on Big Themes, Barrie Kosky, David Malouf, Germaine Greer, Blanche d’Alpuget (MUP), Eco-sufficiency & Global Justice, Ariel Sallah (Spinifex), Lost on Earth, Steve Crombie (Macmillan), and still more books from MUP, Macmillan, re.press and ASP. Non-fiction bundle 4 (the Vulgar Press edition) All Along the Watchtower, the new book of memoirs by anti-war activist Michael Hyde; Sandy Jeff’s acclaimed book about mental illness, Flying with Paper Wings; Jeff Sparrow and Jill Sparrow’s Radical Melbourne 2; Maroon and Blue, the history of the Fitzroy Football Club, Into the Mainstream, Tom O’Lincoln’s history of the Communist Party of Australia; Rebel Women, a collection of essays on gender and class; and Class Act, the history of Melbourne Workers’ Theatre. Here’s some thinking music while you search for your credit card: Stay tuned for scintillating guest posts from literary luminaries Alison Croggon and Jennifer Mills. Editorial team More by Editorial team 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 11 November 202211 November 2022 Main Posts On the last day of Subscriberthon, our amazing online editor gives you one last (very good) reason to subscribe Editorial team What's in store for the last day of Subscriberthon? First published in Overland Issue 228 10 November 202210 November 2022 Main Posts On the second-last day of Subscriberthon, our favourite editor-duo give you reason #1002 to subscribe to Overland Editorial team What's in store for the second-last day of Subscriberthon?