The Attic by Richard Seltzer and Ethel
The Attic by Richard Seltzer and Ethel Kaiden
Richard Seltzer's published works include:
The Name of Hero, historical novel (Houghton Mifflin)
Ethiopia Through Russian Eyes, translation from the Russian (Red Sea Press) "...the most important book on the history of eastern Africa to have been published for a century...." Old Africa
The Lizard of Oz satiric fantasy, "An intriguing and very entertaining little novel" Library Journal
The AltaVista Search Revolution, the first consumer book about search engines (McGraw-Hill) "indispensable" Library Journal, Winner of the Distinguished Technical Communication Award, the highest award given by the Society for Technical Communication Publications.
Web Business Bootcamp (Wiley)
complete list at http://seltzerbooks.com/books/seltzer.html
Now a publisher of 3000 public domain electronic books, I worked for DEC, the minicomputer company, for 19 years, as writer, marketing consultant, and "Internet Evangelist." I graduated from Yale, with a major in English, and earned an MA from the U. of Mass. at Amherst in Comparative Literature (French, Russian, and German). At Yale, I had creative writing courses with Robert Penn Warren and Joseph Heller.
Ethel Kaiden is the daughter of
Jack Weinstock, author of Pulitzer Prize winning musical "How To
Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" for which he won the
Tony Award and the Annual Screenwriters' Award. He was
also the author of several well-known plays and television shows
including scripts for Jackie Gleason's "The Honeymooners" and
"Howdy Doody". "Tom Corbett Space Cadet" and "Rod Brown Of The
Rocket Rangers." Ethel has written several short stories and
assisted her father with comic special material . She has been the
speech writer for several CEO's of major corporations including
Wang Laboratories, Digital Equipment, and Schlumberger. She
was a Public Relations executive and Press Agent before
co-authoring "The Attic."