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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... November 2016 of Overland [Online] est. 2011 Overland [Online]
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* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
On the Occasion of Gig Ryan’s Sixtieth Birthday : A Sapphic Collaborationi"That it's pure, when it comes from their mouth, well I'd", Michael Farrell , Yu Ouyang , Louis Armand , Bonny Cassidy , Kate Lilley , John Hand , Toby Fitch , Tracy Ryan , John Kinsella , Ella O'Keefe , Kate Fagan , Aden Rolfe , Melinda Bufton , Lisa Gorton , Liam Ferney , Ann Vickery , Nguyễn Tiên Hoàng , Corey Wakeling (editor), single work poetry
Beyond Diversity as Mere Representation, Andy Butler , single work essay
Our Suburban Contempt, Wyatt Moss-Wellington , single work essay
'In Australia, we have a limited set of character types to talk through our collective visions of suburbia. Kath & Kim and Upper Middle Bogan deliver parodies of the nouveau riche philistine, while Chris Lilley dons brownface to draw laughs from a stereotype of Polynesian identity. Over on commercial and cable, reality television shows such as the Real Housewives construct characters out of participants’ lives, fortifying a sense of ‘realism’ across our screen fictions.' (Introduction)
On Writing Ghosts, Eliza Henry-Jones , single work essay
'In 2004, I found out that I have a half-sister I’d never met. I was fourteen and I remember it as a vague shock, pressed in neatly between discovering rock music and that time my mum accidentally burnt off my fringe with bleach. I remember the receiving of this strangely tumultuous piece of news as something that I was able to quickly and quietly fold away.' (Introduction)
November in Nonfiction, Sarah Burnside , single work review essay

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