This is a book of community writing for Charlottesville homeless, street-persons, train-hobo kids, runaways, and couch-hopping slackers. It responds in part to news and blogs issuing strong opinions about these folks. It contains commentary, tips, entertainment, etc. directed to locals without fixed residence. The Press funded the printing and free distribution of 100 copies of the first release and will take no profit from the sale of this book. If you believe in this project, consider ordering a few copies and handing them out around Downtown. Or, order a bunch and ship them somewhere people will distribute them for you: call ahead to the organization or business to make sure this is OK. We are still receiving submissions, and will try to issue a new edition every month or two as more arrive. It’s a strange little book, but it hopes to help; we hope later editions will be more and more coherent and more and more useful. FIRST RELEASE: November 15, 2010.
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