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Since retiring from his teaching position at Heritage High School on Tulalip Rez, Thomas Hubbard has published Guiding the Stars to Their Campfire, Driving the Salmon to Their Beds, a collection of indigenous poetry by Tiffany Midge, Junkyard Dogz, a chapbook of his own poetry and graphics, Junkyard Dogz CD, (a spoken word performance), Nailed to The Sky (a poetry collection) by M. Anne Sweet, The Five Stages of Quitting Farming (a poetry collection) by John Kulm, Wisdom for a Dance In the Street, (a spoken word/music CD) by Dave Caserio, Affliction, a collection of poems about the sex industry by Jennifer Haggerty, What I Can Hold In My Hands, and At First Light, two collections of poems by Mary Eliza Crane and injunz, a chapbook of his own poetry about mixedblood life. These add to his previously published Nail and other Hardworking Poems (originally published by Year of the Dragon Press, 1994, with a second edition under the Gazoobi Tales imprint) and Children Remember Their Fathers, an anthology of poems about fathers. In the works are an anthology of poems about mothers and a collection of writings to be titled Living With Proud Mary. Thomas is currently gathering works for an anthology of indigenous writers.

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