24 November 201727 November 2017 Main Posts / Announcement / Events / Subscriberthon 2017 Final day to show Overland some love Editorial team This is it – one final appeal to you, dear reader, to put your spare $$ where your love is and take out a subscription sometime in the next few hours. In return, you’ll go into the prize draw for all our mind-blowing prizes. What does a subscription to Overland get you (in addition to possibly many fantastic prizes)? Our standard sub ($60 full, $45 unwaged) will save you at least 25% on the cover price, and you’ll get 12 months of superb and provocative literary writing – that’s four print issues delivered straight to your door and the daily online magazine at overland.org.au – as well as invitations to subscriber events, other opportunities and giveaways, and a very good feeling about yourself, and the future of literary culture. Why subscribe? Overland is not a publication that panders. We are vocal and necessary and argumentative. We’ll make you think, we’ll challenge you, we’ll move you – and in our pages you’ll read things you disagree with. As one subscriber wrote to us just yesterday, ‘Every now and then I want to throw Overland across the room – which I consider a brilliant thing.’ Which reminds us of something Christos Tsiolkas said: ‘Overland reminds me that some of the best Australian writing – fiction and nonfiction – emerges from the history and struggle of ideas. Issue after issue, at its best, I am reminded that such questioning and probing is vigorous and exciting – that even when I am arguing with a contributor, I am engaged in a rigorous, exciting conversation.’ Overland: writing you love and writing you hate. Today is your last chance to win prizes by committing to a magazine that believes another world, a better world, is possible. So friends, declare your love not in words, but in subscriptions. Subscribe today and go in the running for: Stage and page: the Final Day Prize Includes a subscription to The Saturday Paper, tickets to Melbourne Theatre Company productions and Wheeler Centre events, a complete collection of Gargouille, coffee, chocolate, books, magazines + more! And these mind-blowing Major Prizes Major Prize 1: Books and the Bay Includes a lovely trip to Byron Bay and the Byron Writers Festival, a three-month coffee subscription to Wide Open Road, full collection of Cordite Books (Series One and Two), a Scribe Publications collection (of ten books!), plus wine, chocolate and more! Major Prize 2: Emerging artist’s bike camp Includes a Sam Wallman cartooning workshop for you and four friends, a short story critique by Overland fiction editor Jennifer Mills, a Reid bike, a Text Publishing pack (of ten books, a tote bag, and 100 Text Classics Postcards!), a Voiceworks sub, a Lifted Brow pack (including all the must-have Brow books, t-shirts and five copies of the mag), copies of Going Down Swinging, a Pilot diary + more! Major Prize 3: 2D or not 2D (aka Screen dreams and painted scenes) *canine not included Includes a beekeeping workshop, a three-month Cinema Nova pass, pet photography sessions (worth $399), a Nintendo Switch (the next thing in gaming) & Mario game, a Madman collection (of ten films!), a Scribe Publications collection (of ten books!), a Cinémathèque membership, a framed Nicky Minus original artwork + more! Editorial team More by Editorial team Overland is a not-for-profit magazine with a proud history of supporting writers, and publishing ideas and voices often excluded from other places. If you like this piece, or support Overland’s work in general, please subscribe or donate. Related articles & Essays First published in Overland Issue 228 11 November 202211 November 2022 Main Posts On the last day of Subscriberthon, our amazing online editor gives you one last (very good) reason to subscribe Editorial team What's in store for the last day of Subscriberthon? First published in Overland Issue 228 10 November 202210 November 2022 Main Posts On the second-last day of Subscriberthon, our favourite editor-duo give you reason #1002 to subscribe to Overland Editorial team What's in store for the second-last day of Subscriberthon?