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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... no. 213 Summer 2013 of Overland est. 1954 Overland
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* Contents derived from the 2013 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
On Moving House, Alison Croggon , single work prose (p. 18-19)
The Future of the Swans, Arnold Zable , single work interview
'At this year's Melbourne Writers Festival, Arnold Zable spoke with Alexis Wright about her new novel.'
(p. 27-30)
Turncoat, Jennifer Down , single work short story

'The afternoons when Murray got home first, he liked to take the dog for a walk down to the foreshore. In winter the fat palms shivered. Murray spent his days with trees. Naming them, measuring them, collecting the soil they stood up in. He lived in St Kilda for thirty-odd years, but sometimes the sour smells of rotting seaweed and dim sims and car fumes still surprised him. he had habit of sniffing his fingers to see if they still smelt of the forest at the end of the day. They never did, but sometimes his nails were still caked with soil.' (Introduction)

(p. 33-40)
Rush, Nicolas Low , single work short story (p. 41-46)
The Job, Robyn Dennison , single work short story (p. 47-52)
The Writer as Performer, Mel Campbell , single work essay (p. 62-66)
The Storm Breaking, Hugo J. Race , single work prose (p. 75-81)
On Building a Dreaming Space, Steve Wright , single work essay (p. 82-83)
Wander in &/Underi"I wander in her woollen hat", Stuart Cooke , single work poetry (p. 84)
Treasure Hunti"The silver glints in the ti-tree. A clue is wrapped in foil, peeled from the lining of the", Anne Elvey , single work poetry (p. 85)
Northgatei"A cigarette bud sits", Adam Formosa , single work poetry (p. 86)
Jazz Handsi"they were really into sax back then-", Jessica Wilkinson , single work poetry (p. 86)
Marrickvillei"Later that night, I cut", Fiona Wright , single work poetry (p. 87)
Refrigeratori"My meditation teacher is a pessimist and a poet. He says", Elizabeth Allen , single work poetry (p. 88)
Cloud Bursti"Cloud burst, and another sky falls. A blight of sun causes all feather to", Samuel Wagan Watson , single work poetry (p. 89)
Walmadanyi"Footsteps of giant creatures crisscross ancient mud", Brenda Saunders , single work poetry (p. 90-91)
I Didn't Know Your Eyes Were Bluei"It's possible to forget a lot of things in the fullness of time:", Mark Mordue , single work poetry (p. 92)
Toasti"The smell of toast reminds me of my father,", Larry Buttrose , single work poetry (p. 93)

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