Zelda Leah Gatuskin
Spiral Map of Time Trilogy
Book 1 THE TIME DANCER
Book 2 THE TWO MAGICIANS
Book 3 THE TEN YEARS
WHERE THE SKY USED TO BE
DIGITAL FACE **NM-AZ Book Award Winner**
TIME AND TEMPERATURE
IF I COULD CONVINCE YOU OF ONLY ONE THING
BUT WHO'S COUNTING? **NM Book Award Winner**
ZELDA'S COSMIC COLORING BOOK
CHRISTMAS BLUES ANTHOLOGY, co-editor with Michelle Miller and Harry Willson, and cover artist with Claiborne O'Connor
AMERIKA? AMERICA! From Immigration to Espionage, by Eva and Manfred Krutein, editor, Introduction author
EVA'S WAR, A True Story of Survival by Eva Krutein (2nd Edition, 2007), editor for supplemental material including 8-page photo section
FROM FEAR TO LOVE, My Journey Beyond Christianity by Harry Willson (**NM Book Award Winner**), editor
FEELING THE UNTHINKABLE, Essays on Social Justice by Donald Gutierrez (**NM Book Award Winner**), editor
THE WIND WAITS FOR ME, The Art and Poetry of Van Dorn Hooker, III (Sunstone Press, 2014), designer, editor
Author-artist Zelda Leah Gatuskin in her studio, 1995; photo by Rose Marie Kern.
Log lines for movie and TV adaptations from Zelda's books.
Zelda's Quotable Quote as quoted in The Humanist, 8/14/12
Zelda's author interview at Smashwords
Zelda's Blog "The Tree"
Zelda's "The Tree" Blog Archive
Zelda's Humanist Essay Series
Ancestral Notes Website
Ancestral Notes Feature at Margin, an On-line Anthology of Magical Realism.
Zelda Leah Gatuskin is the pen/professional name for Zelda L. Gordon. Zelda was born in Wilmington, Delaware; she attended Emerson College in Boston, graduating in 1979
with a degree in Visual Communications. In 1983 she moved to
Albuquerque, New Mexico with her true love, musician Frank G. Johnson. Together they are proprietors of Studio Z, multi-media arts. 1991 saw publication of Zelda's first book, THE TIME DANCER , and the beginning of an ongoing collaboration between Studio Z and Amador Publishers. Zelda is currently owner and editor-in-chief of the press. She served as president of the Humanist Society of New Mexico 2010-2014, and co-chair of the AHA Feminist Caucus 2012-2014. Zelda has also been known to do some work as a consumer activist. See her No-Cards Shoppers pages. |