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There’s a discussion of the Overland-Meanjin soccer match (a clash at which Overland won a clear moral victory) in that glossy mag that comes with the Fairfax papers. Key moments: Meanjin’s Sophie Cunningham on shoes and Vulgar’s Ian Syson on ‘inner-city knobs’. Plus there’s a passing mention of my fashion sense.

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Jeff Sparrow is the former editor of Overland. He is the co-author (with Jill Sparrow) of Radical Melbourne: A Secret History and Radical Melbourne 2: The Enemy Within, the editor (with Antony Loewenstein) of Left Turn: Essays for the New Left and the author of Communism: a love story, Killing: Misadventures in violence, and Money Shot: A Journey into Censorship and Porn.  On Twitter, he's @Jeff_Sparrow.

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  1. They are behind the times Jeff, I’ve always dug your fashion sense Jeff. I only sent in my work to Overland last year because you were wearing a really cool “Rastafari” shirt on the EWF “let’s get political” panel and I took it as a sign from Jah. Wacky but no lie.

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