Gail Jenner is a 2002 winner of the prestigious WILLA Award for “Across the Sweet Grass Hills”
Books by Gail L. Jenner
MARBLE RIM GALLERY FIRST FRIDAY REVIEW
MARBLE RIM GALLERY FIRST FRIDAY REVIEW By Susan Houg A small but enthusiastic gathering of local artists, history buffs, and would-be writers lapped up the experiences and advice of award-winning author Gail Jenner last night (October 7, 2022) at the Marble Rim...
Gail Jenner Speaks to Boise State Public Radio about Longtime Secessionist Movement
“I think a lot of people don’t realize that it was actually ongoing from the gold rush forward,” said Gail Jenner, a retired educator and author who writes about the State of Jefferson. Read article and listen here:...
Excerpt from my upcoming book on WHAT LIES BENEATH: Historic Graves and Cemeteries in California
Charlotta Bass was probably the first African American woman to own and operate a newspaper. Her personal column, “On the Sidewalk,” became the vehicle by which she pushed for civil rights and political equality. In 1931, she even initiated a “Don’t shop where you can’t work” campaign.