Rjurik Davidson is a former Associate editor of Overland literary journal.

Overland has been one of Australia’s premier literary journals for more than 60 years. At Overland, Rjurik worked and edited many well-know writers, including Germaine Greer, Nam Le, Mungo McCallum, and many others. Overland describes itself:

Overland – Australia’s only radical literary magazine – has been showcasing brilliant and progressive fiction, poetry, nonfiction and art since 1954. The magazine has published some of Australia’s most iconic voices, and continues to give space to underrepresented voices and brand-new literary talent every single day.

Rjurik was an editor at the film magazines Screen Education and Metro magazine. According to Metro Magazine’s website:

Metro is a partially refereed quarterly magazine specialising in essays, articles and interviews on Australian, New Zealand and Asian features, shorts and documentaries. It also covers television, radio, animation, games and new media.

Published since 1968, Metro is Australia’s oldest film and media periodical. The magazine embraces the tradition of the essay, immersing the reader in well-informed, analytical and thought-provoking discussion. It receives funding from Screen AustraliaFilm Victoria and Screen NSW.