Zuzana Urbanek, founder of Z-ink, has more than 30 years of experience in writing and editing, marketing and business communications, public relations, and consulting. She also has taught English at the college level since 1990.
An exceptional writer and thorough editor, Zuzana is able to combine her business sense of “what will sell” with her talent for captivating prose. In addition to completing projects for clients, she served for the last five years as English/Language Arts Coordinator at American Book Company (educational
publisher). Zuzana works on her own writing projects when possible and also writes Z’s Blog, mainly dedicated to movies worth watching and books worth reading.
Zuzana is a skilled and animated speaker, adept at interacting with small and large audiences. She has provided corporate training and coaching on a variety of topics. Zuzana can design a tailored course for your needs, as she did for Kimberly-Clark Corporation to help improve the report-writing skills of a team of its engineers.
In addition, Zuzana has been an instructor at the college level since 1990, teaching English as a foreign language abroad, English as a second language in the U.S., and various other English courses. Most recently, she served adjunct faculty in the English department of Chattahoochee Technical College, where she taught composition and literature appreciation. She has also been a presenter and instructor at Emory University and for the Senior Summer School program.
She holds bachelor’s degrees in English and Art and a master’s degree in English education.
The Movie Book!
Zuzana is author of A Book Full of Movies You May Not Have Seen, a great book for any movie lover. A Book Full of Movies recommends lesser-
known films worth watching in ten categories. A handy rating system tells how the recommended films stack up against their popular counterparts. Every film title contains a short synopsis and review plus a perfect pairing
for a double feature. Each chapter ends with an article about a topic related to that genre. There’s even a chapter of recommended resources, and the comprehensive index lets you easily find movies, actors, directors, and more.
Watch for volume 2, with more film categories!