The Summer Hills of Pourerere is a new story inspired by my years of growing up in Central Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Three small town teenage misfits forge a path through a harsh rural environment, each seeking to achieve his own goal amidst unseasonal heat, brutal farm labour, family dysfunction and a ticking clock.
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Simon Rowe grew up in small town New Zealand and big city Australia. He writes short fiction and screenplays from a small room in an old house overlooking a samurai castle in Himeji city, western Honshu. His stories have appeared in TIME Asia, the New York Times, the Weekend Australian, the South China Morning Post and The Paris Review.