Island, riding high on subscribathon prizes! Still a chance to win great prizes!

Rachel Edwards Island Magazine
24.04.13 12:37 pm


Island magazine’s first ever subscribathon is in mid-flight and generating a great deal of interest and new subscribers to the magazine.

The subscribathon is still going on and there are plenty more prizes to give away to new subscribers. Th prizes include copies of the latest in Australian writing, signed copies of books as well as free subscriptions to other magazines.

Island is bigger, better and broader than ever and it is the smartest choice when it comes to reading about Tasmanian art and culture – alongside some of the world’s best writers.

Subscriptions are $60 a year, 25% discount off the cover price and this week’s prizes include subscriptions to Charlotte Wood’s The Writer’s Room Interviews, which are in depth interviews in the style of Paris Review – as well as copies of Georgia Blain’s latest collection of short stories.

The latest issue of Island, which will be in the post as soon as you subscribe, features the edgy drawings of Tasmanian artist Tom O’Hern, new fiction from Carmel Bird and Georgia Blain, a character profile of Frank Moorhouse’s effulgent character, Edith Campbell Berry, from his Edith Trilogy, an essay on translation by Daniel Hahn, the Director of the British Centre for Literary Translation some great new poetry and a lot more.

In the changing face of funding for arts organisations, Island recognises that subscriptions are the lifeblood of the magazine and is also offering extra editorial incentives for writers who both submit to the magazine and subscribe.

Subscribing is easy - click here - and we’ll have the latest issue in the mail to you straight away!

If you have any questions, would like to request a review copy don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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