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Subscriberthon: the major prizewinners

Thank you for all the support during the 2014 Subscriberthon. It was a terrific success that will help Overland with many exciting projects and editions in the year ahead.

Without further ado, here are the winners of the major prizes of the 2014 Overland Subscriberthon.

Winner of the Cinema Nova king of all packs – free movies, books, newspapers and magazines almost forever!

David Sichler

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Three months of unlimited movies for two people to Cinema Nova (valued at over $1500)

A Kobo Arc 7”HD Reader (valued at $249)

A $50 voucher for the Movie Reel Independent Video Store

A $50 voucher to Paperback Books

A 1-year digital subscription to the Saturday Paper ($79)

A Bag-o-Brows from The Lifted Brow (valued at $50)

The Review of Australian Fiction e-omnibus

A subscription to Meanjin (valued at $80)

A new release book pack and tote back from Black Inc, which includes:

  • Love Poems by Dorothy Porter (Black Inc)
  • Nona and Me by Clare Atkins (Black Inc)
  • Twiggy by Andrew Burrell (Black Inc)
  • Boganaire: The Rise and Fall of Nathan Tinkler by Paddy Manning (Black Inc)
  • The Whitlam Mob by Mungo Maccallum (Black Inc)
  • Power Failure: The Inside Story of Climate Politics Under Rudd and Gillard (Black Inc)
  • Black Inc Tote bag

Winner of the When I read, I hear music major prize pack

Julie Stephens

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3PBS pack (including $75 Proud PBS annual membership and tote bag and sticker)

3RRR pack (including 3RRR t-shirt, mug, sticker and Radio City book)

Monster Threads music t-shirt

A $20 Northside Records voucher

A $50 voucher for Searchers books and records

A Trailer Made dinner voucher for two (valued at $30)

2 tickets to any bandroom show of your choice at Boney

8 bubble cup cocktail vouchers for the Toff in Town (valued at $80)

A $50 meal voucher to Cookie Restaurant

A Bag-o-Brows from the Lifted Brow (valued at $50)

A selection of books for music lovers:

  • Telegraph Avenue: A Novel by Michael Chabon (Harper)
  • Foreign Soil by Maxine Beneba Clarke (Hachette)
  • A Revolution in the Making: 3D Printing, Robots and the Future by Guy Rundle (Affirm Press)
  • Driving Under the Influence by Jenna Martin (Victory Books)

Winner of the tower of power Story Wine pack

Antoinette Abboud

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A mixed case of newly released wine from Story Wines (valued at $309)

A tower of powerful historical and political nonfiction books from Scribe, MUP, Black Inc, PanMac, Monash University Press and donated from Gleebooks that includes:

  • The Gillard Government edited by Chris Aulich (MUP)
  • The Prince: Faith, Abuse and George Pell by David Marr (Black Inc)
  • The Whitlam Mob by Mungo Maccallum (Black Inc)
  • Challenge by Paul Daley (MUP)
  • Inside the Hawke Keating Government: A Cabinet Diary by Gareth Evans (MUP)
  • War from the Ground Up: Twenty-First-Century Combat as Politics by Emile Simpson (Scribe)
  • The Book of Paul: The Wit and Wisdom of Paul Keating compiled by Russell Marks (Black Inc)
  • Tony Speaks: The Wisdom of the Abbott compiled by Russell Marks (Black Inc)
  • Kevin Rudd: Twice Prime Minster by Patrick Weller (MUP)
  • The Hard Sell: The Tricks of Political Advertising by Dee Madigan (MUP)
  • Dangerous Allies by Malcolm Fraser with Cain Roberts (MUP)
  • Why the Germans? Why the Jews?: Envy, Race Hatred and the Prehistory of the Holocaust by Gotz Aly (MUP)
  • Hitler’s Last Witness: The Memories of Hitler’s Bodyguard by Rochus Misch (Scribe)
  • Berlin Ghetto: Herbert Baum and the Anti-Fascist Resistance by Eric Brothers (The History Press)
  • Showdown in Shepherd’s Bush: The 1908 Olympic Marathon and the Three Runners who Launched a Sporting Craze by David Davis (St. Martin’s Press)
  • Biting Through: Five Years in Afghanistan by John Ratcliffe (Scribe)
  • Iran and the United States: An Insider’s View on the Failed Past and the Road to Peace by Seyed Hossein Mousavian (Bloomsbury)
  • Australia 1901-2001: A Narrative History by Andrew Tink (NewSouth)
  • Maestro John Monash: Australia’s Greatest Citizen General by Tim Fischer (Monash University Publishing)
  • Sri Lanka’s Secrets: How the Rajapaksa Regime Gets Away with Murder by Trevor Grant (Monash University Publishing)
  • Northern Lights: The Positive Policy Examples of Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway by Andrew Scott (Monash University Publishing)
  • A Sense of Humanity: The Ethical Thoughts of Raimond Gaita edited by Craig Taylor with Melinda Graefe (Monash University Publishing)
  • Jean Galbraith: A writer in the Valley by Meredith Fletcher (Monash University Publishing)
  • David Syme: Man of the Age by Elizabeth Morrison (Monash University Publishing)
  • Trendyville: The Battle for Australia’s Inner Cities by Renate Howe (Monash University Publishing)

Winner of the All I need are books and coffee from Wide Open Road major prize pack

Bianca Stapleton

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Six month’s supply of coffee (sent to you once a fortnight) from Wide Open Road Roastery (valued at $144)

A $50 voucher to Avenue Bookstore

A Kobo Arc 7”HD Reader (valued at $249)

A new release pack of books from Monash University Press:

  • Maestro John Monash: Australia’s Greatest Citizen General by Tim Fischer (Monash University Publishing)
  • Sri Lanka’s Secrets: How the Rajapaksa Regime Gets Away with Murder by Trevor Grant (Monash University Publishing)
  • Northern Lights: The Positive Policy Examples of Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway by Andrew Scott (Monash University Publishing)
  • A Sense of Humanity: The Ethical Thoughts of Raimond Gaita edited by Craig Taylor with Melinda Graefe (Monash University Publishing)
  • Jean Galbraith: A writer in the Valley by Meredith Fletcher (Monash University Publishing)
  • David Syme: Man of the Age by Elizabeth Morrison (Monash University Publishing)
  • Trendyville: The Battle for Australia’s Inner Cities by Renate Howe (Monash University Publishing)

 

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Comments

  1. I’ve never had any luck in my life. But that does not surprise me. Yay to the winners – you lucky things. I’ve just finished reading the first piece in the latest Overland journal. Interesting stuff.
    If you want to check out my writing try emlipski.com – am I allowed to do this?
    Cheers, Liz

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