Fábio Zuker is a nonfiction writer, focusing mainly on essays, chronicles and reports.
As a curator, he has worked on projects such as Casa do Povo and Vila Itororó Canteiro Aberto (São Paulo) and R.A.T. (Mexico ity). He holds a master's degree in Social Sciences from EHESS-Paris and is a PhD candidate in Social Anthropology at the University of São Paulo.
As a journalist, he is a frequent collaborator of Amazônia Real and has written for National Geographic, Revista Piaui, Le Monde Diplomatique, Agência Pública, Nexo Jornal among others.
In recent years, he has been working specifically with stories related to the Amazon rainforest, looking for a "nearby" writing, with the people who experience the process of destruction of their territories, as well as their forms of resistance.
He is the author of the book: "Vida e morte de uma baleia-minke no interior do Pará e outras histórias da Amazônia" (Publication Studio São Paulo, 2019) - "Life and death of a Minke-Wale in the interior of Pará and other stories from the Amazon", only in portuguese.