Klass, Sheila Solomon
KLASS, Sheila Solomon
KLASS, Sheila Solomon. American, b. 1927. Genres: Novels, Autobiography/Memoirs, Children's fiction, Young adult fiction. Career: City University of New York, Borough of Manhattan Community College, lecturer, 1965-67, instructor 1967-68, assistant professor, 1968-73, associate professor, 1973-82, professor of English, 1982-99, professor emerita, 2000-. Publications: Come Back on Monday, 1960; Everyone in This House Makes Babies, 1964; Bahadur Means Hero, 1969; A Perpetual Surprise, 1981; Nobody Knows Me in Miami, 1981; To See My Mother Dance, 1981; Alive and Starting Over, 1983; The Bennington Stitch, 1985; Page Four, 1986; Credit Card Carole, 1987; Kool Ada, 1991; Rhino, 1993; Next Stop: Nowhere, 1995; A Shooting Star: A Novel about Annie Oakley, 1996; In a Cold Open Field, 1997; The Uncivil War, 1997; Little Women Next Door, 2000. Address: 900 W 190th St Apt. 2-0, New York, NY 10040, U.S.A.