Ryki Zuckerman Biography

Ryki Zuckerman

Poet ryki zuckerman is author of the chapbook body of the work (Textile Bridge Press). Her poems have appeared in Black Mountain College II ReviewCollege II Review, Slipstream, Swift Kick, Monthly Planet, Lips, Escarpments, Paunch, and Pure Light, as well as the Buffalo News and Artvoice.  She was "poet of the week" at  "poetrysuperhighway.com" and also has work online at Moondance.

She is an adjunct Art Professor (PT) at Erie Community College/ City.  For the last six years, she has taught a weekly poetry class for Gilda's Club.  She has been a featured reader at Buffalo State's Rooftop Series, Allen Street Hardware Cafe Spoken Arts Series, Nietzsche's, Tru-Teas Series, Empire State College Appletree Series, Dog Ears Fourth Friday Series, BuffaloEast, Screening Room, CFI, Buffalo Society of Artists International Poetry Reading at Artpark, and other venues, as well as on spoken arts programs on WNED-TV, WBFO-FM,  WHLD-AM (AudibleInk Radio). and the web-radio spot, thinktwiceradio. In 2009 she was a featured reader for the Poetry Collection of the University of Buffalo at the Butler Mansion.  She created  and curates The Gray Hair Series for Earth's Daughters,  co-sponsored by Just Buffalo, and Hallwalls.  She also curates the Wordflight Series at Crane Branch Library for the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library and Just Buffalo.

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