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Subscriberthon 2012: Day Two

For Literary Lovers

We know there’s lots of writers out there who like Overland – and even more readers who do, too.

Of course, if you subscribe, you get a year’s worth of poetry, fiction and criticism. But if that’s not enough, make sure to sign up right now. That’s because anyone who subscribes, renews or donates more than $40 today is not only eligible for our huge major prizes (scroll to the end for details), but also goes into the draw for some fantastic literary prizes.

Literary Lover’s Pack 1

A $50 book voucher from Hill of Content, a copy of Island journal, and a selection of great titles including The Dinner by Herman Koch (Text), Known Unknowns by Emmett Stinson (Affirm) and A Thousand Tiny Truths by Kyo Maclear (Pan Macmillan).

Literary Lover’s Pack 2

A $50 voucher from Gould’s Books, a copy of Island journal and a selection of great titles including The Last Thread by Michael Sela (Affirm Press), A Thousand Tiny Truths by Kyo Maclear (Pan Macmillan) and The Best Australian Stories 2011 edited by Black Inc.

Literary Lover’s Pack 3

Special hardback edition of The White Earth by Andrew McGahan (courtesy Better Read than Dead books), Island 129 and Island 130, and a selection of great titles including The Best Australian Stories 2011 edited by Cate Kennedy (Black Inc), A Thousand Tiny Truths by Kyo Maclear (Pan Macmillan) and Beautiful Thing: The Portrait of a Bombay Bar Dancer by Sonia Faleiro (Black Inc).

 

Major Prizes

Anyone subscribing, renewing or donating more than $40 on any day goes into the draw for the Major Prizes:

Free Books, Movies and Magazines Almost Forever Major Prize Pack

Unlimited movies for a year from Video Dogs (valued at $500), a year’s subscription to Meanjin (valued at $80), a lifetime subscription to Overland (priceless), a $50 voucher to Mag Nation, latest model Kobo reader (valued at $150) and a $300 box of new titles from Gleebooks.

Take Me Back to Hipster Heaven Major Prize Pack

A $50 voucher to Cookie, a $50 voucher to Searchers Books and Records, a guitar lesson from My Side of the Mountain Music Tuition (valued at $40), an $85 voucher to Miss Gertrude Hair Salon, two double passes to Rooftop Cinema (valued at $80), four free Bubble Cup cocktails at the Toff in Town (valued at $40), The Everfresh Blackbook: Melbourne Graffiti and Street Art by Everfresh Studio (Miegunyah Press) and a selection of books from Affirm Press.

I’m an Anticapitalist and I Shop Major Prize Pack

A Fair Trade Coffee Gift Pack from Jasper’s Coffee (valued at $120), A hamper of Fair Trade chocolate treats from Monsieur Truffe (valued at $68), the latest model Kobo mini reader (valued at $100), A voucher from Monster Threads for a t-shirt of your choice (valued at $35), a $75 voucher from Mrs Secondhand Vintage Furniture and a selection of books including Money Shot by Jeff Sparrow (Scribe), The Unfair Trade by Michael Casey (Scribe), Octopus: Sam Israel, The Secret Market and Wall Street’s Wildest Con by Guy Lawson (Scribe), Peace With Justice: Noam Chomsky in Australia edited by Clinton Fernandes (Monash University Press) and Feeding on Dreams: Confessions of an Unrepentant Exile by Ariel Dorfman (MUP).

Culture Vulture Major Prize Pack

Eight double passes to Kino Cinemas (valued at $288), a double pass to a Melbourne Theatre Company performance (valued at $200), a double pass to a Malthouse Theatre performance (valued at $80), a membership to ACMI (valued at $60), a $50 voucher to Movie Reel video rental, a double pass to the Rooftop Cinema (valued at $40), and a selection of books including India Calling: An Intimate Portrait of a Nation’s Remaking by Anand Giridharadas (Black inc), Griffith Review: Small World, A Thousand Tiny Truths by Kyo Maclear (Pan Macmillan), The Last Thread by Michael Sala (Affirm Press) and When We Think about Melbourne: The Imagination of City by Jenny Sinclair (Affirm Press).

Free Books, Movies and Magazines Almost Forever Major Prize Pack

Unlimited movies for a year from Video Dogs (valued at $500), a year’s subscription to Meanjin (valued at $80), a lifetime subscription to Overland (priceless), a $50 voucher to Mag Nation, latest model Kobo reader (valued at $150) and a $300 box of new titles from Gleebooks.

Take Me Back to Hipster Heaven Major Prize Pack

A $50 voucher to Cookie, a $50 voucher to Searchers Books and Records, a guitar lesson from My Side of the Mountain Music Tuition (valued at $40), an $85 voucher to Miss Gertrude Hair Salon, two double passes to Rooftop Cinema (valued at $80), four free Bubble Cup cocktails at the Toff in Town (valued at $40), The Everfresh Blackbook: Melbourne Graffiti and Street Art by Everfresh Studio (Miegunyah Press) and a selection of books from Affirm Press.

I’m an Anticapitalist and I Shop Major Prize Pack

A Fair Trade Coffee Gift Pack from Jasper’s Coffee (valued at $120), A hamper of Fair Trade chocolate treats from Monsieur Truffe (valued at $68), the latest model Kobo mini reader (valued at $100), A voucher from Monster Threads for a t-shirt of your choice (valued at $35), a $75 voucher from Mrs Secondhand Vintage Furniture and a selection of books including Money Shot by Jeff Sparrow (Scribe), The Unfair Trade by Michael Casey (Scribe), Octopus: Sam Israel, The Secret Market and Wall Street’s Wildest Con by Guy Lawson (Scribe), Peace With Justice: Noam Chomsky in Australia edited by Clinton Fernandes (Monash University Press) and Feeding on Dreams: Confessions of an Unrepentant Exile by Ariel Dorfman (MUP).

Culture Vulture Major Prize Pack

Eight double passes to Kino Cinemas (valued at $288), a double pass to a Melbourne Theatre Company performance (valued at $200), a double pass to a Malthouse Theatre performance (valued at $80), a membership to ACMI (valued at $60), a $50 voucher to Movie Reel video rental, a double pass to the Rooftop Cinema (valued at $40), and a selection of books including India Calling: An Intimate Portrait of a Nation’s Remaking by Anand Giridharadas (Black inc), Griffith Review: Small World, A Thousand Tiny Truths by Kyo Maclear (Pan Macmillan), The Last Thread by Michael Sala (Affirm Press) and When We Think about Melbourne: The Imagination of City by Jenny Sinclair (Affirm Press).

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