Ellen Pober Rittberg

Ellen Pober Rittberg is an accomplished writer and artist. Her feature writing and essays appeared in the New York Times, Newsday, the Daily News (frequent contributor) and other large urban dailies. Her plays "Sci Fi," "Sabbath Elevator," "Just a Quiet Evening at Home, Six Friends" and "Hostage Crisis" have been performed Off Broadway and at festivals. Her humorous parenting book, "Thirty Five Things Your Teenagers Won't Tell You So I Will," was reviewed positively by dozens of outlets and was featured in Readers Digest.

The winner of the Long Island Coalition for Fair Broadcasting's FOLIO award and several Sigma Delta Chi/Press clubs awards for her feature writing and photographs, she hosted and produced a live cable show, "The Changing Family," for several years.

Her education includes a bachelors degree from Boston University, a master's degree from SUNY Buffalo and a juris doctor degree from CUNY Law School.

Ellen is currently seeking a publisher for her new work of fiction, "The Boy." She is also a parenting and grandparenting expert, and is a lecturer and facilitator of creativity seminars.

To contact Ellen, email: erittberg@gmail.com