Author(s): Jacinda Woodhead and Giovanni Tiso
Overland' is Australia's most exciting literary magazine -- and the only major journal to publish from an explicitly progressive perspective. Since 1954, it has featured essays, fiction, poetry, reviews, comments and artwork from the nation's best writers and thinkers, from Patrick White to Cate Kennedy. 'Overland' continues to highlight ideas and authors you won't find anywhere else. In edition 219 Overland: * Nicky Hager looks at how journalists can protect whistle-blowers * John Clarke farewells his mother * Permanent occupation in Ferguson * Rape culture and defence lawyers * The value of writers festivals * Debunking claims of 'peaceful settlement' in New Zealand and Australia. Plus contemporary poetry; original fiction; columns from Overland regulars; and artwork by celebrated New Zealand artist, Marian Maguire.