Jenna Zucker is a queer Jewish writer living in Brooklyn. They are currently writing a memoir about their relationship with their grandmother and their grandmother’s survival of the Holocaust. They write and research about queer transmissions of Holocaust memory, and their undergraduate thesis was recognized for multiple awards at Barnard College and Columbia University. Their creative work has been published in Catapult Magazine. They enjoy studying queer talmud, creating trans-centered Jewish ritual experiences, working with older adults, and organizing disability justice Jewish rituals. In their free time, they enjoy knitting on the subway and being in community.
Updated May 2022