Gail Pellett

Gail Pellett is author of Forbidden Fruit—1980 Beijing, a Memoir. She is also a writer, director, and producer of award-winning TV and radio documentaries for PBS, NPR, NBC, and CBC as well as WBCN-FM/Boston and Pacifica Radio (NYC & Berkeley). Her articles have appeared in the Washington Post MagazineMother Jones, Village Voice, Truthout, Common DreamsMoyers Media3 Quarks Daily and the Trans-Asia Photography Review. Archival website: www.gailpellettproductions.com and author’s site: www.gailpellett.com


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

No More Utopias

Gail Pellett reviews Beverley Hooper’s new book on foreigners in China....


Young Lives in the New China
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