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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... no. 225 Summer 2016 of Overland est. 1954 Overland
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 2016 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Liam, Tony Birch , single work short story (p. 17)
Agistment, Alex Philp , single work short story (p. 25)
Other Peoples’ Stories, Jeanine Leane , single work essay
'In the late 1960s, when I was about eight, I announced to my aunt that I wanted to be white. If I were white, I explained, I would see myself everywhere – on television, on posters, in magazines, in books.' (Introduction)
(p. 41)
On Being a Bad Writer, Mel Campbell , single work essay (p. 48)
Sweeping, Cameron Weston , single work short story (p. 50)
Egg Temperai"A grinding in your stomach, deeply felt,", Charlotte Guest , single work poetry (p. 52)
Networking Drinksi"‘You see society through old", Charlotte Guest , single work poetry (p. 53)
Storyi"I’m afraid there’re no surprises in this one, you’ve almost certainly heard", Claire Nashar , single work poetry (p. 54)
On the Origin of Poetryi"The modern English term ‘verse’ is derived from the French ‘verser’,", Marty Hiatt , single work poetry (p. 56)
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 (p. 58)
On Invisibility, Alison Croggon , single work essay
'Somewhere, deep inside the convolutions of my consciousness, I am convinced that I am invisible. It must be a vestige of the childish belief that if your eyes are covered, no-one can see you. Even now, if an acquaintance recognises me in a public space, I feel a slight shock – contrary to my default assumption, I can be seen.' (Introduction)
(p. 77)
Chalcedony Southi"Castlemen are slowly moving out", Joel Ephraims , single work poetry (p. 91)
Cardsi"near the sheep-strewn town where i was weaned,", Tomas Lambe , single work poetry (p. 91)
Burned Fingers, Bill Collopy , single work short story (p. 91)
Silver Linings, Johanna Bell , single work short story (p. 91)
Silver Gates, Zoe Bradley , single work short story (p. 91)

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