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'The first thing Ranald Allan and his friends heard, after they passed through customs at Sydney airport, was John Forbes' booming deadpan, reciting the poem: 'Up, Up, Home & Away'. ' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Overland no. 242 Autumn 2021 22090927 2021 periodical issue 'Overland was founded with dual commitments to literary quality, and to publishing and fostering diverse writers. At the Widest extremes of certain kind of argument these priorities can be placed into a false dichotomy, and made to seem mutually antagonistic, but during our first year's tenure as editors we've had the pleasure of working with brilliant writers informed by a wealth of diverging experiences. This issue proudly continues that commitment with a panoply of incisive essays of widely varying styles and subjects, the results of 2020's Judith Wright and Neilma Sidney prizes, and a selection of fiction and poetry bringing emerging voices.' (Evelyn Araluen and Jonathan Dunk: Editorial introduction) 2021 pg. 34-42
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