Carla Blank

Carla Blank’s most recent books are the anthology “Bigotry on Broadway,” co-edited with Ishmael Reed, and “Storming the Old Boys’ Citadel: Two Pioneer Women Architects of Nineteenth Century North America,” co-authored with Tania Martin. She directed the 2021 New York City production of Ishmael Reed’s play, “The Slave Who Loved Caviar,” and is preparing to direct Reed’s newest play, “The Conductor,” at New York’s Theater for the New City, premiering March 9 and closing March 26, 2023.

Finding Nature in a Built Environment

Purging History: Was Orlando Really the Worst Massacre in US History?

Prince: Pain and Dance

Storming the Old Boys’ Citadel

The Education of Paul Ryan

The Presleying of Abstract Art

Overlooked Feminist Architect Gets Her Due

Apollo Could be a Bitch

When Kabuki is Not Kabuki

A New New Deal for the Arts

Neglecting a Grand Old Lady

Elvis Presley: King or Apprentice?

"America, the Beautiful"

American Massacres and the Media

Worst U.S. Massacre?