WATCHING OTHER PEOPLE WORK by Peter Carnahan
Volume Three of an Autobiography

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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.
 

About Peter Carnahan

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Carnahan is a writer and theatrical director who was, for eighteen years, head of the theatre and literature programs of The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
 
Published December 12, 2012 by Xlibris. 680 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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