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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... no. 216 Spring 2014 of Overland est. 1954 Overland
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* Contents derived from the 2014 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Why I Write, Laurie Penny , single work essay (p. 4-9)
On Length and Literary Merit, Mel Campbell , single work essay (p. 10-11)
The Future of Magazines, single work column (p. 19-24)
On Writer's Block, Rjurik Davidson , single work essay (p. 25-32)
Fancy Cuts : An Introduction, Jennifer Mills , single work column (p. 33)
Petals, Christos Tsiolkas , single work short story (p. 34-40)
Into the Woods, Sarah Klenbort , single work short story

Jolene gives birth to a baby girl, Georgette, who she quickly discovers is deaf. Jolene struggles to understand Georgette's limitations, pushing her towards cochlear implants and learning to speak. Georgette, feeling isolated, drifts apart from her mother; she eventually finds a deaf family that exclusively signs. She leaves home to be with the deaf community that Jolene denies.

(p. 41-47)
Jellyfish, Jacinda Woodhead , single work short story (p. 48-55)
On Intimate Otherness, Alison Croggon , single work essay (p. 56-57)
Migration, My Nation, Dougal McNeill , single work criticism
'‘Sheer vicious ingratitude’ – Malcolm Turnbull’s attack on artists boycotting the Biennale of Sydney used a register Overland ought to find encouraging, biting the hand that feeds being one of the tasks and responsibilities for engaged and engaging arts. The experience of art, as Alison Croggon wrote in Overland 212, is ‘lodged inescapably in the body, and it can’t be abstracted without violence’.' (Introduction)
(p. 77-81)
Stephen’s Vector, Jim Davidson , single work essay
'Jim Davidson on Stephen Murray-Smith's progress to Overland.
(p. 91-97)
On Ghosts, Steve Wright , single work essay (p. 98-99)
A Portable Crushi"Riding on such instruments as a large aluminium", Fiona Hile , single work poetry (p. 100-101)
Fadingi"conjecture", Pamela Brown , single work poetry (p. 102)
Collected Melancholyi"a dead bee", Pamela Brown , single work poetry (p. 103-104)
Thinking with Thingsi"Our time starts now", Kate Fagan , single work poetry (p. 105-106)
Autumnal Hooki"What if Persephone remained a hard woman", Ann Vickery , single work poetry (p. 107)
Goodbye to All Thati"Driving over Styx Creek, appropriately laden with heavy metal,", Keri Glastonbury , single work poetry (p. 108)
Wind Shadowi"Terra incognita transfers across a plain,", Jill Jones , single work poetry (p. 109)

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