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Zelda Gatuskin
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BIOGRAPHY

Zelda Leah Gatuskin was born in Wilmington, Delaware and grew up there. She attended Emerson College in Boston, graduating in 1979 with a degree in Visual Communications. In 1983 she moved to Albuquerque. In between working as shop clerk, retail buyer, secretary and business administrator, Zelda established Studio Z, multi-media arts. While the business originated as an outlet for visual art projects, Zelda soon found herself immersed in writing her first novel, THE TIME DANCER, a fantasy tale of time travel and Gypsy magic. 1991 saw publication of the book, and the beginning of an ongoing collaboration between Studio Z and Amador Publishers.

BOOKS

THE TIME DANCER (1991)
ANCESTRAL NOTES (1994), a collection of prose and poetry illustrated with nine of Zelda's original collages
CHRISTMAS BLUES (Amador, 1995) . With Michelle Miller and Harry Willson, Zelda is co-editor of this anthology, for which she also provided cover art.
ZELDA'S COSMIC COLORING BOOK. (Amador, 1996)
CASTLE LARK (Amador, 2001)-- Zelda returned to her love of fantasy and sci-fi fiction
with her second novel,.
TIME AND TEMPERATURE, her new book of creative non-fiction, is published in a limited "studio edition" by Amador and Studio Z.

AVAILABILITY
Zelda's books can be ordered directly through Studio Z (www.cinderzelda.com, 344-6102) or Amador Publishers(www.amadorbooks.com, 877-4395) and can be purchased at the Art Is OK Gallery and The Collector's Item in Albuquerque; copies of her books are also available through the Albuquerque Public Library.

Contact Information

www.cinderzelda.com

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