Cooper, Jilly (Sallitt)
COOPER, Jilly (Sallitt)
COOPER, Jilly (Sallitt). British, b. 1937. Genres: Romance/Historical, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction, Human relations/Parenting, Humor/Satire. Career: Middlesex Independent newspaper, Brentford, reporter, 1957-59; Sunday Times, columnist, 1969-85; Mail on Sunday, columnist, 1985-. Also worked as an account exec., copywriter, publrs. reader, receptionist, and typist. Publications: How to Stay Married, 1969; How to Survive from Nine to Five, 1970; Jolly Super, 1971; Men and Super Men, 1972; Jolly Super Too, 1973; Women and Super Women, 1974; Jolly Superlative, 1975; Super Men and Super Women (omnibus), 1976; Work and Wedlock (omnibus), 1977; Superjilly, 1977; Class: A View from Middle England, 1979; Supercooper, 1980; Little Mabel series (juvenile), 4 vols., 1980-85; (ed. with T. Hartman) Violets and Vinegar: An Anthology of Women's Writings and Sayings, 1980; (ed.) The British in Love, 1980; Love and Other Heartaches, 1981; Intelligent and Loyal, 1981; Jolly Marsupial, 1982; Animals in War, 1983; The Common Years, 1984; Leo and Jilly Cooper on Rugby, 1984; Riders, 1985; Hotfoot to Zabriskie Point, 1985; Leo and Jilly Cooper on Cricket, 1985; Horse Mania, 1986; How to Survive Christmas, 1986; Turn Right at the Spotted Dog, 1987; Rivals, 1988; Angels Rush In, 1990; Polo, 1991; The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous, 1993; Araminta's Wedding, 1993; Appassionata, 1996; Score!, 1999; Pandora, 2002. ROMANCE NOVELS: Emily, 1975; Bella, 1976; Harriet, 1976; Octavia, 1977; Imogen, 1978; Prudence, 1978. Address: c/o Vivienne Schuster, Curtis Brown, Haymarket House, 28/29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4SP, England.