Poet and editor Lisa Michaels discusses her “counterculture childhood” in her memoir “Split” (Mariner Books). The daughter of ’60’s activists, she tells stories of antiwar protests, cross-country van trips, and visits to Berkeley California from a child’s-eye perspective.


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