Ruth Ozeki is an American-Canadian author, filmmaker and Zen Buddhist priest. Her books and films, including the novels My Year of Meats (1998), All Over Creation (2003), and A Tale for the Time Being (2013), seek to integrate personal narrative and social issues, and deal with themes relating to science, technology, environmental politics, race, religion, war and global popular culture. Her novels have been translated into over thirty languages. She teaches creative writing at Smith College where she is the Grace Jarcho Ross 1933 Professor of Humanities in the Department of English Language and Literature.
- Born: March 12, 1956
- New Haven, Connecticut
- Occupation: Novelist, filmmaker, professor
- Nationalit: American and Canadian
- Alma mater: Smith College
- The Face: A Time Code. Restless Books 2016. ISBN 978-1632060525.
- A Tale for the Time Being Viking. 2013. ISBN 978-0-67-002663-0.
- All Over Creation Penguin. 2003. ISBN 978-0-14-200389-3.
- My Year of Meats Penguin. 1998. ISBN 978-0-14-028046-3.
- Halving the Bones 1995.
- Body of Correspondence 1994.
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