HEAT Series 3 Number 4

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'Long may this new series ofHEATcontinue!' -Sarah Holland-Batt

HEAT Series 3 Number 4 begins the second half of the year with an essay by the acclaimed Indian-born writer Amitava Kumar and a sequence of poems by rising Queensland poet Jarad Bruinstroop. Together, they set the tone for an issue that examines moral ambiguities, the power of persuasion, and the importance of faith. Ever an object designed to be loved and preserved over time, our August issue features new and established writers writing across borders and cultures.

First published in 1996, HEAT is a literary magazine dedicated to publishing Australian and overseas writers of the highest quality. HEAT's third series (2022-) is edited by Alexandra Christie and designed by award-winning designer Jenny Grigg. Fifteen issues were published in the first series of HEAT from 1996-2000. The second series followed with twenty-four issues published between 2001 and 2011.

Past contributors include: Murray Bail, John Berger, Roberto Bolao, Brian Castro, Inga Clendinnen, Gao Xingjian, Helen Garner, Cristina Rivera Garza, Lisa Gorton, Jorie Graham, Gail Jones, Kapka Kassabova, Etgar Keret, Deborah Levy, David Malouf, Herta Mller, Gerald Murnane, Les Murray, Helen Oyeyemi, Dorothy Porter, Josephine Rowe, Gig Ryan, Charles Simic and Alexis Wright.