Contributions by Kathryn Hunt

Issue 19 | Summer 2017

Road Trip

By | Poetry

In the humid honeycomb of night, trucks loaded down with carnage stutter at the pumps. Neon tubes sell cigarettes, the news, an umpteenth million chance to get it right. I buy one for a dollar. We roll south and east, past fields of ripening hops and wheat, high plateaus fashioned from forgotten seas. Knuckled apple …