Schrödinger's cat is a famous thought experiment, but Mrs. Schrödinger's Breast is an unusual new poetry collection. It contains witty and compassionate gossip within a wider study of human experience. Sometimes I didn't know whether to chuckle or mourn or just admire Hallett's clever re-use of the terminology of physics. Enjoy!
~Penelope Scambly Schott, author of How I Became an Historian
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About the Author
Quinton Hallett writes and edits from her rural property in Noti, Oregon. She is the author of three chapbooks, founder of Fern Rock Falls Press, and her work appears or is forthcoming in journals and anthologies including: Windfall, Ayris, Tiger's Eye, Paper Nautilus, Cirque, The Knotted Bond, Till the Tide, and december. She has coordinated a reading series and high school poet visits for the Oregon Poetry Association, and received residencies from Caldera and Soapstone. She reads a selection of poems on the Oregon Poetic Voices website (oregonpoeticvoices.org). In 2013, an animated short film by John Haugse featured one of her poems, "To the Long Ago Maybes." In a previous incarnation, Quinton organized exhibitions for the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) and the Armand Hammer Foundation in Los Angeles.