Issue 202


Contents

Regulars

Jeff Sparrow − Editorial

Correspondence

Alison Croggon

Essays

Guy Rundle − ‘Open-eyed conspiracy his time doth take’

Wendy Bacon − Being free by acting free

Rjurik Davidson − Imagining new worlds

Bob Gosford − ‘They took our culture — now there is no law’

Alexis Wright − Talking about tomorrow

Patricia Gillespie − [In]Dignity

CAL–Connections essay: David Donaldson − Masculinity and the homosexual advance defence

Meanland: Caroline Hamilton − The exposure economy

Focus

Shaun Tan

Poetry Prize

Peter Minter − Judge’s report

K A Nelson − Chorus of crows

Fiction

Kalinda Ashton − Simpler than that

Helen Dinmore − Unplugged

Clare Strahan − Finders keepers

Poetry

Jennifer Compton − I Came Home with the Shopping

Jane Gibian − tidemark

John Kinsella − Survey

Davide Angelo − Untitled

Stuart Cooke − Ash-brie’s Old Blue

Kevin Gillam − the purpling

Michael Farrell − The Influence of Lorca in the Outback

Reviews

Justin Clemens – Being caught dead

Cover

Shaun Tan − detail from The Reader, 2010


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Jeff Sparrow

Jeff Sparrow is a Walkley Award-winning writer, broadcaster and former editor of Overland.

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