Nick is a writer and walker. His books include Outlandish, about walking four of Europe's 'unlikely landscapes', Where the Wild Winds Are, which tells the story of four walks following Europe's named winds, Walking the Woods and the Water, about a 2,500-mile walk from Holland to Istanbul, and The Parakeeting of London, a work of gonzo ornithology about feral ring-necked parakeets.
He has contributed short stories and essays to Dark Mountain since Issue 1, and is now an editor and co-director of the project. Currently he is finishing a third walking book, Outlandish, to be published in 2021, as well as working on a novel and a collection of short stories. He also performs as a storyteller. Currently he lives in Bristol.
Second post the new series, Lost Lexicon is a short story by Nick Hunt, set in a damaged future world where words – locked away for years – are starting to re-emerge from deep beneath the earth. Image by Kahn & Selesnick.