***This issue will be released in April*** 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 222 Overland: Antony Loewenstein on South Sudan five years after independence An extract from Maxine Beneba Clarke's sensational upcoming memoir A roundtable on race and racism in Australian poetry A meditation on the mass industrialisation of meat An examination of callout culture and feminist justice A history of police involvement in Australian crime television This issue also contains the winners of the Judith Wright Poetry Prize Ella O'Keefe, Omar Sakr and Jakob Ziguras the winner of the Neilma Sidney Short Story Prize, four outstanding pieces of original fiction and columns by Overland regulars: Alison Croggon, Mel Campbell, Giovanni Tiso and Natalie Harkin. With artwork by Michelle Farran.