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1992

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Streets Are For Nobody: Caroline, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Caroline, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, July 7, 1988, Boston. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak," Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


Streets Are For Nobody: Pat Gomes, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Pat Gomes, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, July 2, 1990, Cambridge. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak," Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


Streets Are For Nobody: Awilda Cruz, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Awilda Cruz, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interviewed by Melissa Shook, July 29, 1989, Shepherd House, Dorchester. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak, "Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


Streets Are For Nobody: Margaret Mullins, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Margaret Mullins, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, February 1989, Long Island Shelter. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak, "Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


Streets Are For Nobody: Marybeth, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Marybeth, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, November 1988, Long Island Shelter. (No contact with Marybeth after she left the shelter.) Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak, "Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


Streets Are For Nobody: Mary, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Mary, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, June 24, 1990, Castle Island, South Boston. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak," Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


Streets Are For Nobody: Marie, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Marie, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, September 11, 1988, South End. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak," Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


My Name Is Edward, I Am An Alcoholic, Edward Baros Mar 1992

My Name Is Edward, I Am An Alcoholic, Edward Baros

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Edward Baros, a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. His work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square.


Triangulation In Monument Square, S. B. Mar 1992

Triangulation In Monument Square, S. B.

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by S.B., a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled.


My Life, Thomas Newman Mar 1992

My Life, Thomas Newman

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Thomas Newman, a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. His work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square. He hopes to be a photographer.


Streets Are For Nobody: Judy Silva, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Judy Silva, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, April 24, 1990, Chelsea. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak," Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


The Story Of My Life, Betty Reynolds Mar 1992

The Story Of My Life, Betty Reynolds

New England Journal of Public Policy

Betty Reynolds is a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. Her work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square. She loves "to write short stories and poems."


On Dumpster Diving, Lars Eighner Mar 1992

On Dumpster Diving, Lars Eighner

New England Journal of Public Policy

Lars Eighner became homeless in 1988 after leaving a job he had held for ten years as an attendant at a state hospital in Austin, Texas. He lives in a small apartment in Austin and continues to scavenge. This article was originally published in the Fall 1990 issue of The Threepenny Review. Reprinted with permission.


Homelessness, A. E. S. Mar 1992

Homelessness, A. E. S.

New England Journal of Public Policy

Personal story from A.E.S., a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled.


Diary, Susan M. Fowler Mar 1992

Diary, Susan M. Fowler

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Susan Fowler, a former resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. She now lives in her own apartment in Newport with her two-year-old daughter and is "doing great." Her work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square.