Anna Tan grew up in Malaysia, the country that is not Singapore. In 2015, she traded in a life of annoying other bean counters for one of annoying the online world with questions about life and death and everything in between. The answer is sometimes 42. Sometimes they try to eat you.
Armed with a laptop, Anna Tan loves to set words to the screen, having eschewed the difficulties of working with pen (or pencil) and paper (they're never around when needed). Stories from A Place To Call Home, her debut flash fiction collection, was published in September 2012, and has since been pulled from the shelves. It still exists somewhere on the internet though, if you're persistent enough to find it. ;) You can find out more about her writing on the Writing page.
Anna believes that all creative arts are more than a tool for evangelism or entertainment - they are a form of worship unto God. She has dabbled in drama since 1995 and loves to pretend that she knows how to dance (she doesn't). She starred as Esther in the 2003 production "Star of Persia" and was in the ensembles of "Drunk Before Dawn" (SIB, 2004) and YES Broadway Gala (Georgetown Festival, 2012). Libretto credits include "Star of Persia" produced by FGA in 2003 and "A Place to Call Home" produced by PCC in 2012, because if she can't find something to act in, she will very well create her own production. Find out more about her non-writing activities in the Portfolio page.
When she is not writing or nitpicking over other writers' copy, she can be found reading a book or attempting to organise her room.