photo of book cover: Homelessness is a Housing Problem: How structural factors explain U.S. patternsData journalist Clayton Page Aldern (@compatibilism) teamed up with a UW real estate professor on a new book, “Homelessness is a Housing Problem,” in which the pair analyzes the data on homelessness and housing markets across the U.S., showing that housing-market factors are clearly the strongest determinants of the size of a city’s unsheltered population. Building on the data, they put forth policy solutions to house more people in cities like Seattle and Portland, which have both high rates of people living without adequate shelter and relatively scarce, and expensive, housing. Read more about the book on its website or in this Seattle Times Q&A with the authorsPhoto from University of California Press