Published 11 November 201512 November 2015 · News / Activities Subscriberthon: It’s your last chance! Editorial team Why should you subscribe to Overland? Because every print issue features (at least) 96 pages of in-depth nonfiction, evocative fiction, outstanding poetry, and stunning artwork. Some highlights over the last year include Jennifer Mills’ meditation on capitalism’s ruins, Ken MacLeod’s examination of the possibilities for political fiction, Lily Mae Martin’s incredible paintings and sketches, and Apriana Taylor’s simple but devastating ‘Thank you’. But taking out a subscription doesn’t just help us continue to publish thoughtful and provocative ideas in print; it also supports the online magazine. 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