Ann Blackman

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Ann Blackman
Born Ann Towers Blackman
February 22, 1946
Englewood, N.J.
Occupation Author, journalist
Nationality American
Genres Biography

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Ann Blackman is an author and a journalist.

Blackman worked at Time magazine, The Associated Press and the Boston Globe.[1] She has appeared on TV and radio shows including A&E Biography, Washington Week in Review, The Diane Rehm Show, Hardball with Chris Matthews, CNN, Fox Morning News, The Charlie Rose Show, Book Notes/CSPAN, The Hill, To the Best of Our Knowledge and The Jim Bohannon Show.[citation needed] She is married to Michael Putzel and lives in Washington, DC, and on the coast of Maine.[citation needed]

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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/08/fashion/the-patriot-act-makes-it-hard-for-a-woman-to-have-two-last-names.html?_r=0 http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive/pdf?res=F10D10FE345A1B778DDDAD0A94DA405B848BF1D3 Campus Unrest Blamed on Reds Boston Globe (1960-1982) - Boston, Mass.