Mack, Carol K.
MACK, Carol K.
MACK, Carol K. American. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Mythology/Folklore. Career: Playwright. Lecturer and fiction-writing adjunct at New York University, 1985-96, Fordham University. Publications: (with D. Ehrenfeld) The Chameleon Variant (novel), 1980; (with D. Mack) A Field Guide to Demons, Fairies, Fallen Angels & Other Subversive Spirits (folklore), 1999. PLAYS: Family House, 1973; Esther, 1976; Survival Games, 1980; A Safe Place, 1981; Postcards, 1983; Territorial Rites, 1983; Half Time at Halcyon Days, 1985; The Magenta Shift, 1986; American Dreamer, 1986; Postcards and Other Short Plays, 1987; A.K.A. Marleen, 1989; Unprogrammed, 1989; The Magenta Shift, 1994; The Accident, 1995; In Her Sight, 1997; Bringing down the House, 1999; Framed, 2001;Without a Trace, 2002; Out of Focus, 2003. Monologues included in Solo: Monologues for the 80's, 1989; Monologues for the 90's, 1993; Even More Monologues for Women by Women, 2002.