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Traveling back and forth in time, from before the Japanese Internment to the present day, "it skips a generation" examines Alison Lubar's relationship with their grandfather who, along with his mother and sister, was imprisoned at Tule Lake Relocation Center. The poems consider intergenerational trauma & healing, and what survives, while also reflecting upon the intersections of multiracial & queer identity in today's world.

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Traveling back and forth in time, from before the Japanese Internment to the present day, "it skips a generation" examines Alison Lubar's relationship with their grandfather who, along with his mother and sister, was imprisoned at Tule Lake Relocation Center. The poems consider intergenerational trauma & healing, and what survives, while also reflecting upon the intersections of multiracial & queer identity in today's world.
Autorenporträt
Alison Lubar teaches high school English by day and yoga by night. They are a queer, nonbinary, mixed-race femme whose life work (aside from wordsmithing) has evolved into bringing mindfulness practices, and sometimes even poetry, to young people. You can find out more at http: //www.alisonlubar.com/ or on Twitter @theoriginalison.