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How to Dress a Fish

Abigal Chabitnoy, Abigail Chabitnoy
Poetry that crafts a prismatic vision of Nativeness at the intersection of language, history, family, and identity Winner of Colorado Book Award in Poetry Category Finalist for the Griffin International Poetry Prize In How to Dress a Fish, poet Abigail Chabitnoy, of Aleut descent, addresses the lives disrupted by US Indian boarding school policy. She pays particular attention to the life story of her great grandfather, Michael, who was taken from the Baptist Orphanage, Wood Island, Alaska,...

How to Dress a Fish

Abigal Chabitnoy, Abigail Chabitnoy
Poetry that crafts a prismatic vision of Nativeness at the intersection of language, history, family, and identity Winner of Colorado Book Award in Poetry Category Finalist for the Griffin International Poetry Prize In How to Dress a Fish, poet Abigail Chabitnoy, of Aleut descent, addresses the lives disrupted by US Indian boarding school policy. She pays particular attention to the life story of her great grandfather, Michael, who was taken from the Baptist Orphanage, Wood Island, Alaska,...