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Meanjin and Overland: in print and at the SWF

The June edition of both Meanjin and Overland are in their respective houses and Meanjin and Overland’s superfriends two for one deal is still on the table. The true awesomeness of the deal is explained over the jump or you can go here for more details.

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We’re also hoping you’ll come and see us at the Sydney Writers’ Festival panel on Literary Journals on Friday, May 22 2009, 4–5pm at Sydney Philharmonia Choir Studio, Pier 4/5, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay. (The event is free).

[Cross posted at Spike, the Meanjin blog]

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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. I liked the cover too, but I freaked out about the absence of the Overland logo. Is that lettering the new logo from now on? I had to breathe into a paper bag when I saw it. I tend to get rather OCD about branding…probably a left-over from those two lost years I spent as a crack-addicted Advertising Executive.

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