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After his father's death in 1994 Hubbard began a memorial project. Over the next five years he compiled, edited and in 2000, published Children Remember Their Fathers, an anthology of works by performance poets from around the country. Many of the poems in CRTF were gathered from slam poets during his appearance at the National Poetry Slam in Ann Arbor, 1995, as winner of the Seattle Grand Slam. Two years later Hubbard retired from teaching written expression in Tulalip Reservation's Heritage School to focus on his Gazoobi Tales imprint, publishing works of merit that might not get a reading elsewhere. Hubbard recently completed an audio CD of his Junkyard Dogz. An anthology of poetry about mothers is near completion, and he is releasing a call for submissions for an anthology of Native American poetry and short prose. He currently lives aboard his sloop in Puget Sound.
Books by Thomas Hubbard:Hubbard, Thomas. Children Remember their Fathers
Gazoobi Tales, 2000.
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