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HEAT Series 3 Number 3 spans vast distances, taking us from Canberra to Cambridge via Mexico and Manhattan. In fiction, Madeleine Watts, Kenneth Chong and Aniela Rodríquez share vivid stories of desire, withholding, and biblical revenge, while poets Iman Mersal and Jarad Bruinstroop offer perspectives on beauty and oppression. Essayist Kate Crowcroft contributes a piece that explores the history of the tongue, switching deftly between the personal and the archival. Robyn Creswell translates Mersal from Arabic, and Elizabeth Bryer translates Rodríguez from Spanish.
Madeleine Watts Australian Capital Territory fiction
Kenneth Chong Small Talk fiction
Jarad Bruinstroop Five Poems poetry
Aniela Rodríguez (trans. Elizabeth Bryer) Cain’s Feast fiction
Kate Crowcroft Tongue Broken non-fiction
Iman Mersal (trans. Robyn Creswell) Five Poems poetry
Frontispiece by Caroline Rothwell