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Subscriberthon 2012 is coming soon!

In the past few years, in a conservative climate and with the media everywhere in crisis, Overland has massively expanded its operations. We’re publishing more than ever before, in print and online; updating the website daily; running the biggest and most prestigious prizes for emerging writers in Australia; and hosting events all around the country.

But we still depend on the support of our community.

That’s what Subscriberthon is all about.

It’s a way to encourage those who read the articles, circulate the links, comment on the blog or just generally appreciate Overland to become a financial supporter: taking out a new subscription, renewing an old one or giving a donation.

Anyone who subscribes (or renews or donates more than $40) between 7 and 14 November becomes eligible for a huge array of products and services: ereaders, wine, theatre and film tickets, music packs, T-shirts, food and books and much, much more. Subscriberthon has run for several years – and we’ve never had as many prizes as we do now, nor as much support from a huge list of Friends of Overland.

Subscriberthon starts next week (on 7 November, running through to 14 November). Anything you can do before then to get the word out – on Facebook, on Twitter, on email or even in the real worlds – would be greatly appreciated.

Watch this spot for regular updates.

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

Subscribe | Renew | Donate November 9–16 to support progressive literary culture for another year – and for the chance to win magnificent prizes!

Comments

  1. If you want lotsa poets to subscribe, put the wine at the front of your glorious display of Stuff. You people know little of targeted marketing…

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