STUDIO Z NEWS
Some Past Events...
|Both 2012 Titles Edited by Zelda Leah Gatuskin are NM-AZ Book Award Winners!|
FROM FEAR TO LOVE My Journey Beyond Christianity by Harry Willson
FEELING THE UNTHINKABLE Essays on Social Justice by Donald Gutierrez
October 2012: WHERE THE SKY USED TO BE is a NM-AZ Book Awards Finalist
January 2012: Now Available ...WHERE THE SKY USED TO BE... E-Book Edition!
Praise for WHERE THE SKY USED TO BE by Zelda Leah Gatuskin
The author demonstrates a sophisticated level of writing and tremendous insight into the minds of her characters, ranging from teens to the elderly. It's as though she were inside each of her characters, living the story. ...[T]he plotting, the complexity of the characters, the situations, the structuring, and the editing are all exceptional, evolving into a story that holds the reader's interest from page to page. The writing is what every aspiring author strives for and hopes to accomplish but rarely achieves. —Lola R. Eagle, author, free-lance writer and poet, for Reading New Mexico
An Invitation from the Maestro|
Frank G. Johnson
Hope you can attend my students' Voice Recital at 3:00 this Saturday, January 12th.
It's at Shepherd of the Valley Presbyterian, 1801 Montano Rd NW, Albuquerque. (North side on Montano, across from the Unser Car Museum)
There will be jazz and opera, orchestral sounds and lots of duets with the teacher!
Frank G. Johnson and his students presented "Parade of Stars 2006" on Sunday, May 7 at the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque. Fifteen students of all ages demonstrated their skills in piano and voice, in solo and group performances.
Collages by Zelda showed at
November 1 - 30, 2004
509 Central NW, Albuquerque
|A DESERT OF ONE'S OWN
Women Writing in New Mexico
A Forum at Barnes & Noble (Coronado Mall)
November 6, 2004
Borrowing from Virginia Woolf the concept that a woman needs not only a room of her own in which to breathe freely and create, but that she may also choose the gifts of our desert landscape and writer-friendly lifestyle to feed her muse, the forum participants discussed the impact and influence of New Mexico on their writings, and their reasons for choosing this desert locale.
Teresa Dovalpage, Sharon Niederman, Sarah Storme/S.H. Baker,
Jeannine Van Eperen,
Pari Noskin Taichert, Lisa Tucker, Michelle Miller Allen, and Zelda Gatuskin
Sponsored by New Mexico WOMAN Magazine
View flyer featuring collage by Zelda