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216 Spring 2014

  • Published on 26 August 2014
  • ISBN 978-0-9922806-4-2
Words against power, queer writing in Africa, perspectives on lit mags, overcoming writer's block and much more.
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215 Winter 2014

  • Published on 27 May 2014
  • ISBN 978-0-9922806-3-5
On being Queer and Indigenous, protest in a post-democracy era, the vocabulary of austerity, organising writers, Wolf Creek 2 as radical cinema and the history of girls in detention.
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214.5: New fiction

  • Published on 30 April 2014
Writer, editor and ‘Slow Canoe’ founder Oliver Driscoll edits Overland’s first online fiction issue for 2014. Featuring short stories by Tim Buckley, Jennifer Down, Josephine Scicluna and Mardi O’Connor.
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214 Autumn 2014

  • Published on 7 April 2014
  • ISBN 978-0-9922806-2-8

Working in a detention centre, revisiting the legend of Breaker Morant, spy novels in the Soviet Bloc, writing to Susan Sontag about gaming, and winners of the Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize.

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213.5: Summer fiction

  • Published on 17 December 2013

Author SJ Finn guest edits the second of Overland’s online fiction issues for 2013. Featuring short stories by Alice Bishop, Patrick Holloway, Louise Spence and Sam Wieck.

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213 Summer 2013

  • Published on 5 December 2013
  • ISBN 978-0-9922806-1-1

An Englishman ‘lost among the Afghans’, Arnold Zable talks with Alexis Wright, fighting back against rape culture, whether writers should perform, and winners of the Short Story Prize.

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Electronic Overland

  • Published on 19 November 2013

Benjamin Laird curates Overland's first edition of electronic and digital-born poetry. Features Mez Breeze, Jim Andrews, Jason Nelson, Pip Smith, Gary Barwin, Hazel Smith (with Roger Dean and Greg White), Tully Hansen and Jessica Rae.

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212 Spring 2013

  • Published on 6 September 2013
  • ISBN 978-0-9922806-0-4

Australia and Nauru, writing someone else's oppression, the evolution of the Greens, writing and health, and arts funding in an age of austerity.

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211.5: Winter fiction

  • Published on 11 July 2013

Emerging editor Emily Laidlaw guest edits the first of Overland’s online fiction issues for 2013. Featuring short stories by Kristin Hannaford, Melissa Howard, Kelli Lonergan and Samuel Rutter.

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211 Winter 2013

  • Published on 21 June 2013
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-9-8
Ned Kelly's skull, feminism and bodybuilding, writers and payment, the pros and cons of crowdfunding, plus new fiction and poetry.
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Audio Overland II: Resistance

  • Published on 24 April 2013

Maxine Clarke curates Overland’s second spoken word edition, featuring ten original recordings of audio poetry exploring the theme ‘resistance’. Issue includes our first international spoken word artist, Ngwatilo Mawiyoo.

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210 Autumn 2013

  • Published on 26 March 2013
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-8-1

Terror and the Great American Novel; coming out queer and Muslim; how environmentalists get climate change wrong; plus the winners of the 2012 Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize.

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209 Summer 2012

  • Published on 21 November 2012
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-6-7

Crisis and time, Riot Grrrls and Russia, JD Salinger’s toilet, indefinite detention, the looting of Darwin, radical theatre, counter-hegemonic writing, how writers survive, and more.

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208 Spring 2012

  • Published on 23 August 2012
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-5-0

The death of newspapers, a reply on fat activism, the potential of outsider porn and much, much more.

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Audio Overland

  • Published on 6 August 2012

Maxine Clarke curates Overland’s first selection of spoken word, featuring seven original recordings of audio poetry.

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Issue 207.5: Winter fiction

  • Published on 30 July 2012

Emerging editor and Overland editorial assistant Miranda Camboni guest edits the first in Overland’s online fiction series.

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207 Winter 2012

  • Published on 13 June 2012
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-4-3

Human rights versus human freedom; priorities for the women's movement; politics of steampunk; the case for fat activism and much, much more.

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206 Autumn 2012

  • Published on 19 March 2012
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-3-6

A mysterious death in Melbourne’s west, the European meltdown, the 2011 Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize and much more.

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Online Occupy Issue

  • Published on 30 January 2012

In the wake of economic crises, political atomisation and an increase in militarised policing, what does the Occupy movement mean?

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205 Summer 2011

  • Published on 2 December 2011
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-2-9

Mattias Gardell on the Oslo massacre, the politics of Indigenous languages, an extract from Alexis Wright’s forthcoming novel and much more.

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204 Spring 2011

  • Published on 27 August 2011
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-1-2

Malalai Joya on why Australia must leave Afghanistan, a kidnapping in Iraq, a new Left in philosophy and much, much more.

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203 Winter 2011

  • Published on 2 June 2011
  • ISBN 978-0-9871301-0-5

The shared history of black, queer and convict struggles, ASIO’s early days, Islamism and the Left debated and much, much more.

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202 Autumn 2011

  • Published on 30 March 2011
  • ISBN 978-0-9805346-9-6

The theory of Wikileaks; the art of Shaun Tan; volunteerism and neoliberalism in literary culture; and much, much more.

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201 Summer 2010

  • Published on 29 November 2010
  • ISBN 978-0-9805346-8-9

Afghanistan, liberalism and bigotry; creativity and labour; the art of drawing money; and much, much more.

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Print Issue 200 Spring 2010

  • Published on 4 September 2010
  • ISBN 978-0-9805346-7-2

Special anniversary edition: politics of Noel Pearson; gender, capitalism, anorexia; new fiction by Tsiolkas, Hospital and Hitchcock; collaborative celebratory poem and more.

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Print Issue 199 Winter 2010

  • Published on 31 May 2010
  • ISBN 978-0-9805346-6-5

Book pirates, the pros and cons of the Greens, Paul Kelly’s insider histories, Cate Kennedy on disconnecting for creativity, and much more.

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Print Issue 198 Autumn 2010

  • Published on March 2010
  • ISBN 978-0-9805346-5-8

Margaret Simons on the future of reading; Mungo MacCallum on Labor and refugees; Raewyn Connell on the Left's past, present and prospects; plus the machinery of death row, Zionism in Australia, new fiction, poetry and more.

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189 Summer 2007

  • Published on 21 November 2007
  • ISBN 978-0-9775171-6-9

The pleasures of reading, the NT intervention, utopianism in Paraguay, O'Lincoln contra Hamilton, the secret history of the IPA.