Huehuetenango and Questionable Latitude
drinking dust after a man on a bus told me not to. most of the highway was
the gravel of his insistence, or his accent. you can still smell the border here,
you can still read novelty t-shirts in english, you can still turn around.
Leijia Hanrahan is a writer and translator in New York City. Her work has appeared in Parentheses Journal, Failed Architecture, World Footprints, and elsewhere. She lives with a cat named Mack the Knife.