Editor's Note

It's still early autumn here in Hobo Camp HQ, the rain falling on lush, green vines that half cover my view of the back yard, verdant and full of life, only the faintest hints of yellow at the very tops of one tree on my street. But autumn is coming, and when I think of autumn and the changing foliage and jack-o-lanterns grinning from stoops, I think of upstate New York. This issue features poems and stories from all around the region, from a quiet lake in the heart of the Adirondacks down to raucous parties broken up by cops in New Paltz. Upstate has such a variety of experiences and lifestyles and hopefully we touched on enough here to bring a little piece of upstate to you, wherever you are. I hope you enjoy, and I'll see you down the road. 

- James H Duncan, Editor

"Dawn on Long Pond Lake"
by Michael Gillan Maxwell 

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