Rachel Zakuta lives outisde of Boston with two kids and one outsized imagination. She has a B.A. from Yale in English and an M.Ed. from BC. She teaches Freshman English and Critical Thinking at a community college and is earning her way towards an MFA in creative writing from SNHU in her "spare" time. For fun, Rachel like to direct school musicals, play the piano (badly) while singing Broadways songs (even worse), and most of all, READ.
You can email me here. I'd love to hear from you!
Note that I am available for distanced private tutoring in writing (essays or fiction) at this time.
Please understand that my physical disability makes the act of getting words down on the page difficult, and I have only a few child-free, work-free hours a week to sit at the computer, so I might not be able to respond to all notes of appreciation.
Seeking representation for HOLOGRAM HALLOWEEN,
a middle grade SF novel.
It's up to Jake to sneak off while trick-or-treating and find an invisible crashed spaceship. Jake has never hear of a learning disabled hero. But faced with bullies, police cars, grabby aliens, poisonous air, and electro-shocking robots, that's exactly what he and his new friends will have to be!