Published in Overland Issue 213 Summer 2013 · Uncategorized Issue 213 Editorial team Contents Regulars Jeff Sparrow – Editorial Alison Croggon Judy Horacek Rjurik Davidson Stephen Wright Features David Brophy John Campbell, the Anti-Kim The strange story of a British boy lost in Afghanistan Tom Clark Paul Keating’s Redfern Park speech and its rhetorical legacy How do you separate the orator and the oration? Lisa Vetten Islands adrift Fighting back against rape culture in South Africa Arnold Zable and Alexis Wright The future of swans A PEN dialogue on Wright’s new novel Subhash Jaireth ‘It can’t go on like this anymore’ The tragedy and triumph of Mikhail Bulgakov Mel Campbell The writer as performer Authorship and selling the self Geoff Robinson Spectres of labourism What were the lessons of the ALP’s defeat? Hugo J Race The storm breaking Rock’n’roll in Mali Fiction Jennifer Mills Report on the Overland Victoria University Short Story Prize 2013 Jennifer Down Turncoat Nic Low Rush Robyn Dennison The job Poetry Stuart Cooke Wander in &/Under Anne Elvey Treasure hunt Adam Formosa Northgate Jessica Wilkinson Jazz hands Fiona Wright Marrickville Elizabeth Allen Refrigerator Samuel Wagan Watson Cloud burst Brenda Saunders Walmadany Mark Mordue I didn’t know your eyes were blue Larry Buttrose Toast Illustrations Sam Wallman 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 2 June 20232 June 2023 · Friday Poetry Three Chaingrass poems Catherine Vidler Three visual poems from Catherine Vidler's Chaingrass series. First published in Overland Issue 228 1 June 20231 June 2023 · Politics Turning peaceful protesters into criminals—again Evan Smith So the Summary Offences (Obstruction of Public Places) Bill 2023 has been passed by South Australia’s Legislative Assembly and will become law. Fifteen hours of debate in the upper house, led by the Greens and SA Best, could not overturn the bill that was reportedly rushed through the lower house in just twenty-two minutes a fortnight ago.