Published 11 August 20164 September 2017 · Writing / Announcement Want to write for Overland? Editorial team Whether you’re an emerging writer or you’ve been around the traps for a while now, Overland is sure to have an opportunity for you. The following projects are currently open for submission. The 2017 Fair Australia Prize The prize encourages artists and writers of fiction, poetry and essay to be part of setting a new agenda for our future; questioning our collective common future and how we might get there together. Winning entries will be published in a special Fair Australia supplement in Overland 229, to be launched in Melbourne in early December. Entry to the Fair Australia Prize is free. Visit the prize page for details. Submit completed fiction, nonfiction, poetry or essays Overland takes unsolicited submissions in fiction, poetry and nonfiction from writers at all stages of their careers. Head to the Submit page for all the details. Pitch nonfiction work Overland is always looking for nonfiction pieces, especially for the online magazine. Each week or so, we list particular subjects that seem interesting over on our pitch page, though we consider pitches on any topics. You can pitch at any time. – Image: State Library of New South Wales 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 16 February 202419 February 2024 · Announcement Statement of the Board of Overland Literary Journal Editorial team We, the Board of Overland literary journal, make the following statement in support of Editors-in-chief Evelyn Araluen and Jonathan Dunk and the entire Overland staff. We are a diverse Board made up of writers, unionists, lawyers, academics, activists, and arts industry workers. Our Board includes First Nations peoples as well as members of Australia’s Jewish community. First published in Overland Issue 228 5 February 202417 February 2024 · Writing Here and now: our call for justice and liberation Tzedek Collective Our community is one of action and activism, informed by histories and imaginings of Jewish and other resistance. In our anticolonial work, we are explicitly anti-Zionist and work for a free Palestine. We take on this work not to centre or salvage Judaism and Jewishness, but to oppose settler colonialism in all its forms, and to acknowledge the specific and necessary role of Jewish anti-Zionists in opposing violence done in our names.