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Nonfiction submissions

For print

The print edition of Overland publishes essays, polemics, memoirs, reviews and other hard-hitting articles with a strong cultural or political analysis. As a quarterly, it cannot carry news articles or other content that will date quickly. Because space in the print edition is necessarily limited, material submitted in this category must justify its inclusion on the basis of originality, style, theoretical profundity or similar basis –it must, in short, stand the test of time. Academic articles may be  refereed but Overland is a generalist publication and discourages specialist or narrowly scholastic submissions. The contributors’ budget for print editions varies but the minimum payment for non-fiction print essays is $500. Editor: Jacinda Woodhead.

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For online

Overland publishes new material most weekdays in its online magazine. Unsolicited contributions about politics and culture are welcomed. While the magazine is eclectic, the online format generally favours short, punchy and topical articles. The rate for online articles is $120, with occasional exceptions. Editor: Jacinda Woodhead.

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