Zelda Gatuskin has served as president of the Humanist Society of New Mexico (2010-2014) and co-chair of the AHA Feminist Caucus (2012-2014). She is a visual artist as well as an award-winning author and editor. A collection of her short stories, Digital Face, will be released in spring 2016.
Posts by Zelda Gatuskin
The Last Aloha is first and foremost a love story. As a luminary in freethought and feminist circles, Cleo Fellers Kocol (1988 Humanist Heroine)... Read More
There are genuine heroes in the world, and you can often tell who they are by how much they are vilified. As a matter... Read More
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has issued a proclamation declaring August 26, 2014, Women’s Equality Day. Mayor Richard Berry has issued a similar proclamation... Read More