Published in Overland Issue 201 Summer 2010 · Main Posts Issue 201 Jacinda Woodhead Contents Regulars Jacinda Woodhead − Editorial Correspondence Meanland: Marty Hiatt − The crowd is our domain Essays Jeff Sparrow − The banality of goodism Katherine Wilson − The rhythm of engagement Robert Phiddian − Bruce Petty drawing money Jane Gleeson-White − Haunted tales Julie Stephens − The industrialised breast Myke Bartlett − Podcasting as publishing (online only) Debate Mark Diesendorf versus Andrew Bartlett − A big Australia Young Writers fiction Kalinda Ashton and Samuel Cooney − Introduction Rebecca Giggs − Blow in Frank Boyce − Minerals are not nomads Sam Twyford-Moore − Library of violence Cassie Wood − Eddy Poetry Fiona Wright − Terminus Eileen Chong − Tank Man David Musgrave − Machine Code | Homecoming Michael Farrell − dinner with aspro Adrian Wiggins − in the simple perfect Philip Hammial − By the Sea James Stuart − Aperture Kent MacCarter − Lost Dog and its Breadcrumbs Anthony Lawrence − Love Poem Hans Katakarinja − On the long road Vikki McNaughton − Flight Geoff Page − A dream of 1943 Poetry Reviews Stephen Lawrence – Gil Scott Heron is on parole | The Circus | The Human Project | the sonnet according to ‘m’ Cover Locust Jones − Fixing Failed States − Book Covers from the New York Review of Books, 2009, ink on paper, 100 x 80 cm, Image courtesy of the artist and Karen Woodbury Gallery, Melbourne Jacinda Woodhead Jacinda Woodhead is a former editor of Overland and current law student. More by Jacinda Woodhead › 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 8 September 202315 September 2023 · Main Posts Announcing the 2023 Neilma Sidney Short Story Prize ($6500) Editorial Team Supported by the Malcolm Robertson Foundation, and named after the late Neilma Gantner, this prize seeks excellent short fiction of up to 3000 words themed around the notion of ‘travel’; imaginative, creative and literary interpretations are strongly encouraged. This competition is open to all writers, nationally and internationally, at any stage of their writing career. First published in Overland Issue 228 8 September 202326 September 2023 · Main Posts Announcing the 2023 Judith Wright Poetry Prize ($9000) Editorial Team Established in 2007 and supported by the Malcolm Robertson Foundation, the Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets seeks poetry by writers who have published no more than one collection of poems under their own name (that is writers who’ve had zero collections published, or one solo collection published). It remains one of the richest prizes for emerging poets, and is open to poets anywhere in the world. In 2023, the major prize is $6000, with a second prize of $2000 and a third prize of $1000. All three winners will be published in Overland. 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!