Editor Jehanne Dubrow interviews Jeannine Hall Gailey, a contributor to the inaugural issue of Cherry Tree. In her latest poetry collection, The Robot Scientist’s Daughter (Mayapple Press, 2015), Jeannine Hall Gailey examines the impact of nuclear research on the American landscape, family history, and the self. The book makes science intimate and personal, close as a father, the history of the atom a frightening fairy tale told to a little girl at bedtime.
The provocative comedy show “N*gger, Wetb*ck, Ch*nk” has been probing the wounds of racism with humor on college campuses across the country. It arrives at Washington College September 16 as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. The event is free and open to the public.