Nebraska Authors

Robert A. Carter

Born 1923 Omaha, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Omaha, NE
Chicago, IL
New York, NY
Columbia, MO

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Play/Screenplay

Keywords

Plays

Education

Undergraduate Studies, 1941-1943, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Bachelor of Arts Degree, 1949, New School for Social Research, New York, NY
Fulbright scholar at University of Paris, 1949-1950, Paris, FRANCE

Occupation

Instructor of French, Stephens College
Advertiser and Publicist
Account Executive and Vice President of Franklin Spier, Inc.

Places Worked

Stephens College, Columbia, MO
Director of Advertising and Publicity Director of Books for Young Readers at Doubleday and Co., New York, NY
Director of Publications at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Franklin Spier, Inc.

Honors

Fulbright scholar at University of Paris, 1949-1950
Russell L. Reynolds Award, National Association of College Stores, 1967

Associations

Authors Guild
Publishers Ad Club
The Players

Bibliography

Manhattan Primitive. 1971.
Guests of Summer.
Tandem.
Bughouse Square.

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