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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... no. 219 Winter 2015 of Overland est. 1954 Overland
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  • All short stories and poetry by New Zealand writers.


* Contents derived from the 2015 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
On the Intellectual Life of a Nation, Alison Croggon , single work essay (p. 20-21)
On Writing from Where You Are, Mel Campbell , single work essay
'In Australia – and elsewhere – writers navigate a literary landscape marked by a colonising ‘centre’ and colonised ‘periphery’. While AA Phillips coined the pervasive term ‘cultural cringe’ in 1950, the phenomenon itself is older. Prefacing his 1894 Short Stories in Prose and Verse, Henry Lawson wrote bitterly that a writer from the periphery might produce excellent work for years, yet be dismissed as ‘an imitator of some recognised English or American author’ until he or she succeeds in the US or UK.' (Author's introduction)
(p. 67-68)

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