Anna Birna Turner

Creative Writer

Location icon United States of America

A graduate of Muhlenberg College, Anna has written fiction, poetry, and more for over a decade. Specializing in creative non-fiction and speculative fiction, Anna is constantly on the hunt for opportunities to flex her creative muscle. From writing for open world, story-driven video games to the choice-filled, back-tracking universe of visual novels, Anna excels in writing dialogue and developing relationships between characters. She has a passion for world building, character design, and wild concepts.

Portfolio
Screen Writing
02/20/2017
Reunion

A script documenting the reunion between two siblings who haven't seen each other in some time.

Creative Nonfiction
12/15/2017
Lighthouse Aflame

Second place winner in the creative nonfiction category of the Muhlenberg College Creative Writing Contest '18.

Game Writing
06/18/2018
Quest Outline

An idea for a quest taking place within the universe of Dragon Age: Inquisition. The link at the top brings you to a playable interactive dialogue scene.

Fiction
05/09/2017
The Morning Visitor

A fiction piece that I attempted to write in the style of Haruki Murakami, about a chance meeting with a cardinal.

Screen Writing
02/27/2017
Feature Film Opening

The introduction to a film documenting one family's experience with the eruptions in 2010 of Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull.

Academic Work
11/17/2017
Poetry Analysis

An analysis of Aimee Nezhukumatathil's poem "Sea Church". Part of a largery poetry anthology that I created, centered on the magic of water.

Fiction
05/09/2017
Perennial

A fiction piece about a strange couple: a laidback musician and a gardener with a particularly green thumb.

Fiction
05/11/2018
Ordinance - Chapter 1

The first chapter of a fantasy novel I worked on as a final project for a YA/Children's Literature class.

Academic Work
05/11/2018
The Objective of Art

An exploration of the objective of art and how we achieve that in today's society.

Creative Nonfiction
05/11/2018
Chapped

A piece written around the fact that the wind in Iceland can be terribly forceful. Part of larger writing collection submitted as a final project for an upper level creative writing course.

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