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Publisher Robert E. Zucker
Robert E. Zucker is an author, an internet and newspaper publisher, and former journalism instructor living in Tucson, Arizona.
Robert Zucker published the Youth Alternatives, Youth Awareness Press, Tucson Teen, Magazine and Entertainment Magazine tabloid newspapers from 1978 through 1994. Since 1995, Robert publishes online at EMOL.org (Entertainment Magazine On Line).
Robert taught print and internet publishing courses for over a dozen years at the University of Arizona Department of Journalism (now School of Journalism) and at Pima Community College Journalism Department as advisor for the student newspaper, the Aztec Press. At both the UA and PCC, Bob launched the department's web sites in the mid1990s.
Robert has been the president and CEO of BZB Publishing, Inc. since 2006 when BZB Publishing acquired the newspaper titles and web site properties.
February 24-25, 2018:Buffalo Bill Cody Days in Oracle. Free event both days. Meet authors Robert Zucker and Flint Carter who talk about the legends and history of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Iron Door Mine and Buffalo Bill's mines in Oracle. Presentation on Zucker's "Treasures of the Santa Catalina Mountains." Held at the Oracle Inn, 305 E. American in Oracle. Saturday and Sunday from 11am-5pm.
Saturday, November 18, 2017: Book signing by Robert Zucker, author of Treasures of the Santa Catalinas and Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades, 1-3pm at Mostly Books, E. Speedway. Free.
Sunday, October 15, 2017:All-Zona Bookfest 2017 at the Tucson Jewish Community Center (JCC), 3800 E. River Road from 11am-3pm. Presented by the Gecko Gals Ink. Accepting donations of children's books for Make Way for Books.
Massive Library Shelf Sell: In search of hard-to-find and out-of-print books? The Robert Zucker Collection on Amazon has hundreds of books available for sale from his personal library.
These books are available in print and in Kindle electronic format. Read chapters from these books, download free PDF samples from the book and purchase online through Amazon.com. To order directly from Robert, call 520-623-3733, use your MasterCard, VISA, Discovery or AM Express card.
Treasures of the Santa Catalinas Discover the lost legends and history of the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson– the Iron Mine Mine, the Tucson Gold Rush of the 1880s, and many other stories from the past. Over 400 pages with over 1,000 footnotes for further reading. ISBN: 978-1-939050-00-7 (paperback and Kindle).
Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades The Tucson entertainment music scene from the 1950s through the 1990s is covered in three-volumes with over 700 pages filled with interviews, newspaper articles and original photographs. Thousands of musicians listed. ISBN: 978-1939050069 (paperback and Kindle).
Kabbalah's Secret Circles The history and legends of Jewish mysticism known as Kabbalah (Qabalah). Explanations of secretive myths and contents of several mystical books. Instructions are given to devise a homemade Kabbalah Wheel to spin the 231 Gates. ISBN: 978-193905014-4 (print and Kindle).
Traveling Show A collection of poetry written during the early 1970s through 1980s about the many people who pass through ones life and how their traveling shows impact the people they meet. Autobiographical. ISBN: 978-1-939050-00-7 (electronic). ISBN: 978-1-939050-00-4 (print)
Twilight of Consciousness Explore your dreams and awaken to the astral world with techniques that have induced Astral Projection and dream awareness experiences. ISBN: 978-1-939050-20-5 (paperback)