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‘If I wanted stillness, I’d build a bungalow,’ writes Ella Jeffery in ‘Supertall’, a poem that envisions life in 432 Park, the world’s tallest residential building. HEAT Series 3 Number 4 explores the tensions between house and home, nature and suburbia, earth and outer space. Clare Murphy uses the language of plants to tell a thorny story of urban development. A series of photographs by Yanni Florence reveal hidden images on city streets. Irish writer David Hayden shares a filmic vision of the Sydney suburbs in his short story ‘Marrickville Light’. Two poets, Ella Skilbeck-Porter and Ella Jeffery contemplate cats and real estate. And Luke Beesley and Amy Leach go further afield, conjuring worlds that sit somewhere between the real and the imaginary.
Clare Murphy Pioneer Species non-fiction
Yanni Florence Trees and Fences photography
Ella Jeffery Four Poems poetry
David Hayden Marrickville Light fiction
Ella Skilbeck-Porter Four Poems poetry
Luke Beesley Two Stories fiction
Amy Leach Amen to Nonsense non-fiction
Artwork by Hossein Valamanesh