Shuki Gutman was born in 1966 in Kfar Saba, Israel. He is a poet, educator, and lecturer in poetic intelligence. He studied political science, sociology and anthropology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has a Master's degree in multidisciplinary teaching from Oranim Academic College of Education. Gutman studied poetry at the Helicon Poetry School in Tel Aviv. He went on to publish three books in Hebrew “Psanter Mushtak Kol” [Muted Piano (Pardes, 2016)], “Mikud Atzmi” [Focal Point (Eshkolot Poetika, 2018)] and “Kochavim Bayom” [Stars by Day, Iton 77, 2020.]
In 2016, Gutman founded the poetry group “Eshkolot Poetica,” which conducts readings and lectures about poetry.