Heat #3.2

Australia’s international literary magazine returns after ten years, featuring five distinguished writers, Mireille Juchau, Josephine Rowe, Sarah Holland-Batt, Brian Castro and Cristina Rivera Garza. Order now to receive HEAT Series 3 Number 1 in your letterbox.

Giramondo’s celebrated literary journal continues in its new third series.

Opening HEAT Series 3 Number 2 is an essay by British novelist Helen Oyeyemi on the ‘electrical wriggle’ that characterises writing at play. New Zealand writer Pip Adam summons e-scooters to life in ‘Unlock to Ride’, and poet Samuel Wagan Watson makes a foray into prose with ‘Min-Min’, a flash of a story. A lovelorn lament set in Sydney’s Blue Mountains by Luke Carman follows; then swooping verse from Melbourne poet Michael Farrell; and, finally, fiction by new writer Ren Arcamone that blends the surreal with the everyday.

Helen Oyeyemi  Ludic Literature  non-fiction
Pip Adam  Unlock to Ride  fiction
Samuel Wagan Watson  Min-Min  fiction
Luke Carman  Sit Down Young Stranger  fiction
Michael Farrell  Three Poems  poetry
Ren Arcamone  Allen  fiction

Artwork by Naminapu Maymuru-White