TRANSIENT WAYS is a collection of short stories, journal entries, and poetry by Jessica Erica Hahn. It was originally published as a a small, pocket-sized book by Passing Through Publications in 1996.
One story, "In the Valley of the Ultravixens," won a literary prize in the Crothers Fiction Contest at UC Berkeley in the late 1990s. More
TRANSIENT WAYS is a modern day On the Road for today's dispossessed generation. This somersaults the reader into an unadulterated joy ride through squatter's streets and hobo highways. Desperate and daring characters are freight-hopping and dumpster-diving. A collection of thinly autobiographical vignettes and short stories.