Canned Heat Wave - Skid Row Manuscript #3
The markers of the seasons changing turn from long-held academic ones to more research-oriented ones. Here are some thoughts of again picking up a research proposal and returning to grant-writing mode.
This post features a pdf of my third brief piece on a facet of Philadelphia Skid Row, this time a little true crime piece looking at the "Canned Heat Wave" and Max Feinberg, Philadelphia's most prolific killer. This piece is yet to be published, so comments are welcome.
Photo from the Philadelphia City Archive: https://www.phillyhistory.org/PhotoArchive/MediaStream.ashx?mediaId=278445
Back on Skid Row
Reflections on transitions and veteran homelessness from a piece that I'm currently working on.
Picture credit: http://oni-studio-photography.com/san-francisco/
Like an old alcoholic who just can’t stay away from old haunts, I find myself drawn to write one more piece on Philadelphia Skid Row.
Rural Veteran Homelessness
In which I take stock of the impending changes in my life and make a silly comparison...
Presenting research on rural veteran homelessness in yesterday's VA Homeless Evidence and Research Synthesis (HERS) webinar. (photo credit: Francois Bota)
I'm a big fan of John Hiatt (the guy in the thumbnail) and "Gone" popped into my head with the realization that I'd use this blog entry to write about changes at my job.