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Overland 220 and my November rhyme #6

Jacinda Woodhead (editor), Overland 220 (Winter 2015)

Almost a third of this Overland is given over to the winners of the inaugural Overland NUW Fair Australia Prize: two essays, two short stories, a poem and a cartoon. 597 more words


Overland 218

Jacinda Woodhead (editor), Overland 218 (Autumn 2015)

The editor has gone, long live the editor. With this edition of Overland, Jacinda Woodhead, who has been deputy editor for a while, takes over the main job. 667 more words


Australian Poetry Journal digital launch

Australian Poetry took a different approach to the release of its latest edition of the Australian Poetry Journal (APJ) by launching it online. 151 more words

Other Bits 'n' Bobs

Spaghetti Western published in Seizure Online

The online journal Seizure has been running an old-fashioned poetry parlour game called ‘Bouts Rimes’ – where players are given the end rhymes to a sonnet and must ‘fill in the rest’ – and my fun-saucy poem… 141 more words


'One makes many': Laurie Duggan's Allotments from Shearsman

One of the two epigraphs to Charles Olson’s The Maximus Poems is the phrase that the poet overheard in 1953 at Black Mountain College when the cook, Cornelia Williams, said ‘All my life I’ve heard one makes many’. 467 more words


Seizure Sport Issue - Round Up

Images © Matthew Venables 2014. All rights reserved.

Saturday February 1st, 2014

As last year wound down I did a number of shoots for the final print edition for which I enjoyed myself and, at times, was pleased enough with the results. 348 more words


By Hope

by Fiona Wright

I want to start with a digression. On election night in 2007 – the night of the Ruddslide – I went to three different parties in the back streets of Newtown. 977 more words