Zelda Leah Gatuskin


Zelda was born and grew up in Wilmington, Delaware, and attended Emerson College in Boston, where she received a B.S. degree in Visual Communications. She and her husband Frank Johnson own and operate Studio Z, multi-media arts, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In addition to her work as an author and freelance artist and website designer, she has worked as a volunteer for a variety of community organizations and progressive causes.

In 1991 Zelda's first book "The Time Dancer" was published by Amador Publishers, a humanist press founded by Harry Willson and Adela Amador. Today Zelda is editor-in-chief of the press, perpetuating its humanist mission. In October 2010 she began a 2-year term as President of the Humanist Society of New Mexico.

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Where the Sky Used to Be
Series: Southwest Fiction, Book 1. Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 129,540. Language: English. Published: November 29, 2011 by Amador Publishers. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance
When Claire and her best friend Lydia reluctantly take on “the Muffin project” for the summer, they soon find themselves attached to Muffin and other residents of Westcare Manor. While teens and seniors bond, teens and parents clash; and Muffin and her aging daughter Jo battle on in their own way. Where the Sky Used to Be is a story about art, love, compassion, and following your own path.

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