Overland (magazine)

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Overland
Overland Cover.JPG
Spring 2008 cover
Editor Jacinda Woodhead
Former editors Jeff Sparrow
Categories Literature, culture
Frequency Quarterly
Total circulation
(2004)
2000[1]
Year founded 1954
Country Australia
Based in Melbourne
Language English
Website overland.org.au
ISSN 0030-7416

Overland is an Australian literary and cultural magazine. It was established in 1954,[2] under the auspices of the Realist Writers Group in Melbourne, Australia, with Stephen Murray-Smith as the first editor-in-chief.[3]

It has been edited by:

Barrett Reid, 1988-1993 [4]

• John McLaren, Spring 1993–Autumn 1997 [5]

Ian Syson, Winter 1997–Summer 2002 [6]

• Nathan Hollier and Katherine Wilson, Autumn 2002–Spring 2004 [7]

• Nathan Hollier, 2005–2006

Jeff Sparrow, 2007–2014

The current editor is Jacinda Woodhead. The magazine has a left-wing orientation.

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