LATNER, CLAUDIA PATRICK WALLACE, 1929-

Biography:

Broadcaster, clerical worker, novelist. Born– March 11, 1929, Birmingham. Parents– Claude Hunter and Gladys Eleanor (English) Wallace. Married– Lee Levitt, June, 1951. Married– David Latner, August, 1958. Education– University of Tennessee, 1947-1951; Columbia University, 1962. Women’s program director, WGNS Radio, Murfreesboro, Tenn., 1951-1952; copy chief & announcer, WMAK Radio, Nashville, Tenn., 1952-1954; clerical worker & editorial assistant, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 237, New York, N.Y., 1954-1957, secretary to the president of the local, 1966-; secretary, Civic Center Clinic, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1962-1966. Wrote poetry from the age of 11; wrote novels after 1971 most of which had a theme related to astrology; contributed short stories and poems to popular magazines. Used pseudonyms Pat Wallace and Claudia Patrick.

Source:

Contemporary Authors, Vol. 65.

Publication(s):

House of Scorpio. New York; Avon, 1975.

Love Scene. New York; Silhouette, 1985.

Silver Fire. New York; Silhouette Books, 1982.

Sweetheart Contract. New York; Silhouette Books, 1985.

The Wand and the Sky. New York; Pocket Books, 1978.