Editor's Note

Editor’s Note

Welcome to the summer issue of Hobo Camp Review, a late release this year, but then again, with beautiful weather like we’re having in the northeast I can’t blame any fellow hobo for wanting to be out riding the rails to the seashore or road trippin’ to the lake for a weekend rather than bumming around the interwebs. But here we are and I’m glad you’re here with us.

We asked for a bunch of poems and fiction scrawlings that reference the sea or water because that’s where we’d like to be right about now, and many a literary hobo stepped up and sent in some excellent seaworthy pieces, but not everyone wants to go sit waterside this summer so the collection is pretty diverse, as usual. We have all kinds gathered around the fire this time, plus two reviews of some far-out-there poetry collections we think you’ll enjoy.

That’s all, short and sweet. Drop us a note while you’re out there having a ball this summer. And I hope you do have fun in the sun, because those autumn winds will be here again before you know it.

Take care, and I’ll see you down the road…

James Duncan

Founding Editor  

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