Giramondo’s celebrated literary journal relaunches in a third series
Award-winning Sydney-based critic Mireille Juchau opens HEAT Series 3 Number 1 with a deeply reported essay that examines the aftermath of war. Melbourne writer Josephine Rowe follows with a dreamlike story about a young family in an enigmatic setting. Queenslander Sarah Holland-Batt contributes a quintet of poems that take us as far as Brazil, before a reimagining of The Decameron in the Adelaide Hills by Brian Castro. In closing, Mexican-American writer Cristina Rivera Garza shares a macabre quest that resonates long after reading.
Mireille Juchau Only one refused non-fiction
Josephine Rowe Special Stuff fiction
Sarah Holland-Batt Five Poems poetry
Brian Castro Brief Lives fiction
Cristina Rivera Garza Death Takes Me (trans. Sarah Booker and Robin Myers) fiction
Artwork by Ben Juers