WATCHING OTHER PEOPLE WORK, volume three of an autobiography by Peter
Carnahan, covers the 18-plus years the author worked as Director of the Theatre and
Literature Programs of The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. This time, from 1972
to 1991, was a period of enormous growth for the arts in Pennsylvania and the nation.
Reflecting that growth, the PCA budget grew from $286,000 to $12 million during the
period. During the second decade covered by this volume, Carnahan began his next
career, as a writer, publishing his first nonfiction book in 1989.
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Published December 12, 2012
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