H. Heath writes to sharpen his thoughts and ideas, to crystallize them into poetry or prose. He never writes in a specific genre, preferring to let his words shape the piece. He allows his ambience and surroundings, particularly music, to seep into his works, along with ethical dilemmas, classical theories and anything of aesthetic value. He hopes that his readers adjust, feel and reason with every word.
Heath seeks to portray truth in his writings, a raw honesty. This is keenly demonstrated in his elegant yet haunting debut, June In July, which deals with such bold issues as xenophobia, loneliness and suicide.