Hobo Handbook: Memoirs of a Homeless Poet in New York
by Daniel Canada
Hobo Handbook: Memoirs of a Homeless Poet in New York is the story of my five years living on the mean and unforgiving streets of New York City. It is a testament that homelessness, as tragic as it is, is survivable. It delves deep into and sheds light upon the hither-to-unknown, shadowy world of the homeless, dispelling a lot of the myths associated with this peculiar state of affairs.