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Blank, Carla

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Carla Blank is a writer, editor, director and dramaturge. Her textbook anthology of theater and dance activities, Live On Stage! (1996, 2000) was co-authored with Jody Roberts. She is author and editor of the 20th century historical reference Rediscovering America: The Making of Multicultural America, 1900-2000 (2003) which carries the imprimatur of Before Columbus Foundation. Her most recent non-fiction book, Storming the Old Boys’ Citadel: Two Pioneer Women Architects of Nineteenth Century North America, is co-authored with Canadian architectural historian Tania Martin (2014). She is Editorial Director of Ishmael Reed Publishing Company and with Ishmael Reed, co-edited the anthology Powwow: Charting the Fault Lines in the American Experience, Short Fiction, From Then to Now (2009) and was contributing editor on three other anthologies edited by Reed: Totems to Hip-Hop: A Multicultural Anthology of Poetry Across the Americas, 1900-2002 (2003); MultiAmerica, Essays on Cultural Wars and Cultural Peace (1997); and Califia, The California Poetry (1979).
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