Adjunct Associate Professor
Gina Zucker grew up in Vermont, went to college in St. Louis, and has her MFA in fiction writing from The New School. Her writing has appeared in anthologies and many journals and magazines, such as Fantastic Women, Tin House, Tin House Online, Salt Hill, Hobart, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Self, and many other publications. In her previous life she worked at women’s magazines, and, briefly, at Rolling Stone as a fact-checker. She has also worked stints at a toy company, delis, a bookstore, a camp laundry, an art school cafeteria, a state hospital for mentally ill patients, as a slush reader and archiver for The Paris Review, and as an assistant for the 92nd Street Y Poetry Center. As the current coordinator of Pratt Writing’s Student & Faculty Reading Series, she enjoys bringing together students and teachers from Writing and other departments to share their work and ideas with the Pratt community. She is writing a novel.
MFA, Creative Writing, The New School
Publications and Projects
“Child Psychology” Tin House Online https://tinhouse.com/child-psychology/
“Foe in the Kitchen,” Hobart https://www.hobartpulp.com/web_features/foe-in-the-kitchen “A Hard Worker” Tin House Magazine https://static1.squarespace.com/static/627442749a295910181505bc/t/6277fe09b9fe3d0b7cb70692/1652030992584/Big+People.pdf
“Big People” in Fantastic Women https://tinhouse.com/book/fantastic-women/