May 4 – Minerva Neiditz
A versatile writer, at home in many genre, Minerva Neiditz has been an author, a Professor of Literature, mother, a human being living a full life.
FROM HER FACE BOOK PAGE: “She once sang “O Holy Night” to president Roosevelt on White House lawn. She graduated from Western High School in D.C., then went to Smith College for four years on scholarship, spent junior year in Paris. Married David Neiditz, state senator, had two boys, Jonathan and Robert, who has Tourette’s but has become a professional abstract painter and etcher. Wrote 5 books which have sold out. Another one in the works. The books include: Three books of poetry: On the Way, Angel Tongues and Lobster Tails, Fluid Poetics. Book of Non fiction: Romance After 60: What Men Think They Want (sold 1800 coopies) Textbook: Business Writing At Its Best.”