Nobel prize winner Albert Camus (1913-1960)

Nobel prize winner Albert Camus (1913-1960)

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In the gripping social reflective, L'etranger by Albert Camus, a committed crime stirs the narrative and sets it on course to a riveting climax and conclusion. The pivotal moment is birthed by the sun's heat, it "leans, opposes, hurries" the protagonist into action that irreversibly bends the course of his life. 

Chaleur Magazine is home to work that carries the sun's heat, that carries a glow that cannot leave its visitors untouched. Here is the home for creations that are restless and spread their own brands of turbulence. We primarily publish unsolicited work in addition to pieces written by our staff writers and editors. Periodically, we provide our readers with 36 hour prompt competitions through our social media accounts. Chaleur Magazine publishes a quarterly print issue featuring content inspired by a single theme, idea, or emotion. 

Chaleur Magazine does not discriminate against polarizing and underrepresented perspectives, but we do not publish content advocating violence, crime, discrimination, or intolerance of any kind.

 

 

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Editor-in-Chief & Chief Essay Editor: Perry Asibey-Bonsu
Chief Poetry Editor: Nayah Ferris
Chief Critique and Story Editor: Nathan Milgram
Chief Art and Film Editor: Tara Renee O'Donnell


 

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