Musical Guest: David Johnson
Featured Poet: Thomas Hubbard
Thomas is a poet who wanders the country, passing through the northwest a few times a year. His words carry the power of truth. He has been featured on KSER’s program Poets West.. He has two books of poetry out: Nail and other hardworking poems 3rd edition ( the first edition came out in 1994) and Injunz released 2007/2008.
Thomas returns to us, this time reading poems from his new book: Poems In A Foreign Language.
He recently said, “It’s an honor for me to announce publication of my chapbook, Poems In A Foreign Language, published by Foothills Press as one of the Re-Matriation Series of indigenous poetry, edited by Susan Deer Cloud, a Catskill Métis Indian of Mohawk, Blackfoot and some Seneca lineage. This collection of my work addresses the reality of eastern mixed-bloods (like myself). It is available from Foothills ~ … My thanks to Susan, and to Barbara Alice Mann, professor at the University of Toledo and writer of many scholarly works about the eastern tribes.”