Hermes is our annual journal which publishes a variety of creative works created by USYD students. The University of Sydney Union has proudly published Hermes since 1886 which gives it bragging rights as Australia’s oldest literary journal.
WHAT’S NEW WITH HERMES?
This year Hermes has been included in a brand new and exciting collaboration called The USU Creative Awards. The USU Creative Awards is collaboration between previously separate programs; Verge Awards, Hermes, Band Comp and DJ Comp.
Hermes will be acting as the printed Creative Catalogue and publishing a wider range of works in 2017. Students submitting their work via the USU Creative Awards will now have access to multiple opportunities via one simple entry form which gives you a chance to get published in Hermes, win prize money and maybe even display your works at our very own Verge Gallery!!
To find out more and to submit your work, apply here.
Where do I get a copy of Hermes?
The 2016 edition can be picked up at The ACCESS Desk or ISL Lounges. If you would like a copy of Hermes 2016 posted to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Past copies can be viewed at Fisher Library.
When will the Editor positions be open and how do I apply?
Unfortunately there is no information on when the positions will be available as yet. Watch this space! When the job ad is live, applications will be taken via the USU website Work for Us page.
Will Hermes have a theme this year?
No. We’ve opened it up so if you have something that you’d like to submit that hasn’t fit into previous themes, now is your chance. We’d love to see it!
Have the guidelines changed?
Yes – please refer to the new USU Creative Awards Guidelines