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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... no. 218 Autumn 2015 of Overland est. 1954 Overland
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* Contents derived from the 2015 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Book of My Enemy, Stephanie Honor Convery , single work essay
'During my PhD candidature, I tutored in creative writing for two semesters at Monash University. I taught two classes a term, and acted as consulting editor on the annual student anthology, which provided an opportunity for students to learn about the process of editing and publishing a book. The anthology was also an incentive, in that it showcased the best writers in the year.' (Author's introduction)
(p. 3-9)
When They Come to Save Books, What Will They Save?, Stuart Glover , single work essay

'Tony Abbott’s decision last December to invite Richard Flanagan up to the dais to jointly receive the Prime Minister’s Literary Award for fiction alongside the judges’ choice of Steven Carroll made for great comedy. Les Murray, one of the over-ruled judges, and some other literary folk, didn’t find much humour in it. But it was Flanagan, who has refused prizes before, who capped the evening by giving away his half-share of the $80,000 prize money to support asylum seekers. There were laughs all round as Flanagan poked Abbott right in his admiring eye.' (Author's introduction)

(p. 11-16)
Trigger Warning, Alison Croggon , single work autobiography (p. 23-24)
On Different Children, Steve Wright , single work autobiography (p. 25-26)
Digital Ritual, Fiona Wright , single work autobiography (p. 36-39)
Not That Face, Leah de Forest , single work short story (p. 41-45)
We Saw the Same Sky, Jane Rawson , single work short story (p. 47-51)
Albert’s Medals, Anne Hotta , single work short story (p. 53-57)
A Comment about Free Market Forces, Wayne Macauley , single work short story (p. 59-64)
On Writing Heroes, Mel Campbell , single work essay (p. 65-66)
Backa Bourke, Marika Duczynski , single work short story (p. 77-81)
Graceful Asymmetries : Judge’s Report for the 2014 Judith Wright Poetry Prize, Peter Minter , single work essay (p. 82-83)
Hyper-Reactivei"rip through traffic lights in Brunswick", Melody Paloma , single work poetry (p. 84-85)
Exilei"In the beginning I carried fireflies for fuel,", Christina Armstrong , single work poetry (p. 86-87)
Be Werei"tonight the pigment will rise", Kia Groom , single work poetry (p. 88)
Nakata Brophy Short Fiction and Poetry Prize for Young Indigenous Writers: Judges’ Report, Jennifer Mills , Tony Birch , Sally Dalton-Brown , single work column

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