Anthea Carns was born in Anchorage, Alaska; lived in Seattle, Washington for a year; started acting when she was eight; started stage managing when she was seventeen; started directing when she was twenty; started writing when she knew her alphabet; went to college at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; has driven from Alaska to Pittsburgh twice and from Pittsburgh to Alaska once; currently lives la vie boheme in Seattle; reads more than she should and draws less than she ought.
Tiny blue-haired pie-mongering freelance bookworm and thespian.
It doesn’t fit on a business card very well.
If you’d like to know more about my work, surf over to my portfolio at antheacarns.com.
The title and address of this blog come from Carly Simon’s “Let the River Run.”