Writing and Jewish Identity with Rachel Zucker
Join author Rachel Zucker as she reads selections from her vast body of work and discusses the ways in which she directly and subtly engages with questions of Jewish identity in her writing.
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Rachel Zucker is the author of 10 books, most recently, SoundMachine. She is the founder and host of the podcast Commonplace. She is the soon-to-be-divorced mother of three sons and travels back and forth between New York City (where she lives on the unceded land of the Munsee Lenape and Wappinger peoples) and Scarborough Maine (the unceded land of the Abanaki and Wabanaki). For over ten years Rachel Zucker has taught poetry to graduate and undergraduate students at New York University as an adjunct lecturer. Her employment protections, such as are, were fought for and are protected by the UAW local 7902.