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VicBooks Overland Launch – Pictures

Published: Fri 5 Jun 2015 11:33 AM
VicBooks Overland Launch – Pictures
Story and Images by Francis Cook
Overland Magazine launched their New Zealand edition at VicBooks on Thursday evening. The issue was edited by Jacinda Woodhead along with local blogger Giovanni Tiso. Jolisa Gracewood edited the fiction pieces and Robert Sullivan managed the poetry.
The issue features eight non-fiction features including work from Nicky Hager and Faisal Al-Asaad, fiction from three Wellington authors and twelve pieces of poetry selected from over 100 submissions.
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Guest Editor Giovanni Tiso
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Editor Jacinda Woodhead
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Poetry Editor Robert Sullivan

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Poet Anna Jackson
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Francis studied History, gaining a first class honours in 2014. He is interested in politics, music and popular culture. His thesis looked at nuclear themes in Japanese film history.
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