189 Summer 2007 Buy this issue The pleasures of reading, the NT intervention, utopianism in Paraguay, O'Lincoln contra Hamilton, the secret history of the IPA. Issue Contents Features 'This fascist mob' Shane Cahill Editorial Torch Song Christos Tsiolkas Browse the issue: Features First published in Overland Issue 228 Published in Overland Issue 189 Summer 2007 · Politics 'This fascist mob' Shane Cahill "Fascism rears its head." That was the caption the Commonwealth Security Service (CSS) - the precursor to ASIO - placed on a clipping from Smith's Weekly dated 27 March 1943. The article discussed the Institute of Public Affairs, recently convened by leaders of business and industry and underwritten by the Collins House group of mining companies. Editorial First published in Overland Issue 228 Published in Overland Issue 189 Summer 2007 · Writing Torch Song Christos Tsiolkas It has always struck me as odd that in a country that places great store in the overseas (read Hollywood) success of ‘our actors' - as in ‘our' Nic, ‘our' Naomi, ‘our' Russ, ‘our' Cate - film reviewing culture has not developed a stronger analysis of performance as one of the elements of cinema. Previous Issue Queensland Poetry Awards 2020 Next Issue Print Issue 190 Autumn 2008 Overland’s free fortnightly newsletter highlights the best of Overland online, new writing from the print journal, and regularly collates writing events and opportunities in the community. Sign up to the newsletter No, thanks!