Published 18 November 201320 February 2014 · Announcement Placing Nonfiction: a symposium Editorial team Placing Nonfiction: Politics, Poetics, Practices Tuesday 10 December, 9am–5pm Design Hub, RMIT University Placing Nonfiction is a one-day symposium presented by RMIT University’s nonfictionLab, with keynote speakers, Prof Ross Gibson and Overland editor Dr Jeff Sparrow. From the essay, film-making, poetry, documentary, vernacular media, digital archives, memoir and design, nonfiction is increasingly a site of creative, theoretical and analytical interest. This inaugural nonfictionLab Symposium 2013 seeks to place some markers, critical and adventuresome, across the interdisciplinary domain of nonfiction studies. Registration is free, but essential. Read the program for the day, or visit the nonfictionLab for more information. 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 23 January 202325 January 2023 · Announcement An announcement Editorial team In 2023, as we look towards our 250th edition and prepare for Overland’s 70th anniversary, we wish to make a tangible commitment to improve working conditions for our community, and ensure that whatever funding challenges we might face as a left-wing not-for-profit publisher are not passed on to our contributors. As such, we are proud to become the first publishers to sign onto the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance’s Freelance Charter, which affirms the rights and protections of freelance contributors. First published in Overland Issue 228 25 May 202126 June 2021 · News Announcing the 2021 Kuracca Prize for Australian Literature longlist Editorial team In 2020, Overland literary journal received funding from Create Victoria to help sustain our organisation and encourage excellence in a struggling arts community. In honour of the late Aunty Kerry Reed-Gilbert, Overland designated a portion of these funds for a new prize rewarding excellence and generosity in Australian writing, irrespective of form and genre.