We want to know what you think

203-cover-webOver the last years, we’ve been experimenting with the format and content of Overland, both online and in print. We think that the innovations have retained Overland‘s traditional spirit, even as they’ve taken the journal to new places. But what’s more important than what we think is what you think. Which is why we’re running a readers survey.

If you can spare ten minutes to answer some questions about the magazine and the website, we’d really appreciate it. It doesn’t take long, and you’ll go in the draw to win a lifetime subscription and a crate of boutique wine, even as you help us build a better journal.

Overland is a not-for-profit magazine with a proud history of supporting writers, and publishing ideas and voices often excluded from other places.

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  1. I’m not that familiar with this magazine but I’d sure like to see Judy Durant recite her award-winning poem which is so word-compacted as to be almost distracting. Is this a new trend in poetry? I’d rather see poems with (just a little) breathing room. You know: mimicking human speech, but better. So much better.

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