Published in Overland Issue 188 Spring 2007 Uncategorized Issue 188 admin OVERLAND 188 spring 2007 ISBN 978-0-9775171-5-2published 20 September 2007 The possibility of a different life, the alternative reality of terrorism studies, two SF greats interviewed, new Australian speculative fiction stories. Contents Editorial Kalinda Ashton – Against Reality Overland Lecture John Harms – All Is Not What It Seems Features Katherine Wilson – Guns, Guards and Gates Francesca Rendle-Short – Illicit Desire Jess Whyte – Contesting Reality Fiona McGregor – 101 Tin Drums Rjurik Davidson – Interview with Kim Stanley Robinson and China Miéville Terry Eyssens – On|Off Michael Head – Militarisation by Stealth David Ritter – Cartography Blanche Fiction Ben Peek – Excerpts from Books Fifty Years from Now Jill Sparrow and Paul Voermans – A Working Childhood Susan Wardle – Children of the Dirt Regulars Christos Tsiolkas – The Lives of an Art House Audience Poetry Jonathan Hadwen – Got ’em Margaret Bradstock – Moons of Jupiter Peter Lach-Newinsky – Black Blood Joyce Parkes – Budget Brrrs Will Fraser – 2007 Chris Mansell – the general becomes Philip Neilsen – The Conservative Forest Tim Metcalf – Rodent Fugue Greg McLaren – A clearing with a town David Kerr – Return to the Convincing Ground Andrea Semeniuk – The Garden Lidija Šimkutė – The Desolate Courtyard Ouyang Yu – Self Publishing Reviews Georgie Arnott – Letters of Love and Fury Damien Williams – Cold War Lives Georgina Murray – Warriors Against Democracy Scott Hamilton – Neglected Corners Robyn Annear – Redeeming Features Rowan Cahill – Breaking the Iron Collars Graphics Jon Cattapan − Cover Lofo Zanny Begg admin More by admin 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 10 November 200811 November 2008 Uncategorized The Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize is now closed admin Entry to the Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets, sponsored by the Malcolm Robertson Foundation, is now closed. Thank you to all the poets who have sent in work. Winners will be announced in Overland 194, March 2009 and posted on this site. First published in Overland Issue 228 5 October 20086 October 2008 Uncategorized blog archive admin Welcome to the blog archive.