Tim Hunt’s roots are the quicksilver mining region of Northern California. Educated at Cornell University, he has taught American literature at several schools, including Washington State University and Deep Springs College, where the students read Plato in the morning and buck hay in the afternoon. His publications include the collection Fault Lines (The Backwaters Press); the chapbooks Lake County Diamond (Intertext), Redneck Yoga (Finishing Line Press) and White Levis (Pudding House Press); and numerous poems in magazines. He has also been awarded the Chester H. Jones National Poetry Prize for the poem “Lake County Elegy” and twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His scholarly publications include Kerouac’s Crooked Road: Development of a Fiction and the five-volume edition The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers. You can visit Tim’s website here.
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