Toni Carr

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Toni Carr
Nationality American
Occupation author, musician and artist

Toni Carr (also, Joan of Dark) is an American author, musician, and textile artist.[1]

Carr is a member of the Naptown Roller Girls,[2] a roller derby team based in Indianapolis, Indiana. In August 2008, Carr wrote a book titled Knockdown Knits,[3] that combined roller derby and knitting. In February 2012, Carr published Knits for Nerds, a knitting book for fans of science fiction, fantasy, and other geeky things. She was formerly a bass player in the indie rock group Chuck Marten.[citation needed]

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She is married to Dan Carr, an announcer for the Naptown Roller Girls as well as Demolition City Roller Derby in Evansville, IN.[4][citation needed]

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