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There are one hundred and forty-six Writers called Anna.

  • Anna Leonowens

    Anna Leonowens is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Leonowens)

  • Anna Akhmatova

    Anna Akhmatova is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Akhmatova)

  • Anna Sewell

    Anna Sewell is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Sewell)

  • Anna Komnene

    Anna Komnene, latinized as Comnena (, Anna Komnēnē; December 1, 1083–1153) was a Byzantine princess and scholar, daughter of the Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos and Irene Doukaina. She wrote the Alexiad, an account of her father's reign, making her one of the first Western female historians.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Komnene)

  • Anna Katharine Green

    Anna Katharine Green is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Katharine Green)

  • Anna Brownell Jameson

    Anna Brownell Jameson (May 17, 1794 - March 17, 1860) was a British writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Brownell Jameson)

  • Anna Karina

    Anna Karina is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Karina)

  • Anna Friel

    Anna Friel is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Friel)

  • Anna Seward

    Anna Seward (12 December 1747 – 25 March 1809) was an English Romantic poet, often called the Swan of Lichfield.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Seward)

  • Anna Kavan

    Anna Kavan (10 April 1901—1968; born Helen Emily Woods) was a British novelist, short story writer and painter.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Kavan)

  • Anna Haycraft

    Anna Haycraft (September 9, 1932 – March 8, 2005) was an English writer and essayist who wrote under the nom de plume Alice Thomas Ellis. She was the author of numerous novels, and also of some non-fiction, including cookery books.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Haycraft)

  • Anna Roosevelt Halsted

    Anna Roosevelt Halsted is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Roosevelt Halsted)

  • Anna Ford

    Anna Ford is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Ford)

  • Anna Brandoli

    Anna Brandoli (born 25 July 1945) is an Italian female comic book artist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Brandoli)

  • Anna Wintour

    Anna Wintour is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Wintour)

  • Anna Seghers

    Anna Seghers (November 19, 1900–June 1, 1983) was a German writer famous for depicting the moral experience of the Second World War.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Seghers)

  • Anna Maria Tremonti

    Anna Maria Tremonti (born 1957) is a Canadian radio and television journalist, who has been featured on a variety of programs on the CBC.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Tremonti)

  • Anna Quindlen

    Anna Quindlen is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Quindlen)

  • Anna Eliza Bray

    Anna Eliza Bray (December 25, 1790 – January 21, 1883) was a British novelist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Eliza Bray)

  • Anna McGarrigle

    Anna McGarrigle, CM (born December 4, 1944, Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian folk music singer/songwriter who wrote and performed as a duo with her sister, Kate McGarrigle, until Kate's death in 2010.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna McGarrigle)

  • Anna de Noailles

    Anna, Comtesse Mathieu de Noailles (born Princess Anna Elisabeth Bibesco-Bassaraba de Brancovan; 15 November 1876 – 30 April 1933 (56 years), was a romanian French writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna de Noailles)

  • Anna Louisa Geertruida Bosboom-Toussaint

    Anna Louisa Geertruida Bosboom-Toussaint is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Louisa Geertruida Bosboom-Toussaint)

  • Anna Maria Hall

    Anna Maria Hall is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Hall)

  • Anna Wickham

    Anna Wickham was the pseudonym] of Edith Alice Mary Harper (1884 -1947), a British poet with strong Australian connections. She is remembered as a [[modernist figure and feminist writer, though one not able to command sustained critical attention in her lifetime.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Wickham)

  • Anna Wolff-Powęska

    Anna Wolff-Powęska (1941-) is a Polish historian and political scientist specialising in Polish-German relations. She was the director of the Western Institute (Instytut Zachodni) in Poznań from 1990 to 2004.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Wolff-Powęska)

  • Anna Maria Porter

    Anna Maria Porter is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Porter)

  • Anna Politkovskaya

    Anna Politkovskaya is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Politkovskaya)

  • Anna Louise Strong

    Anna Louise Strong (November 24, 1885 – March 29, 1970) was a twentieth-century American journalist and activist, best known for her reporting on and support for communist movements in the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Louise Strong)

  • Anna Howard Shaw

    Anna Howard Shaw (February 14, 1847 – July 2, 1919) was a leader of the women's suffrage movement in the United States. She was also a physician and the first ordained female Methodist minister in the United States.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Howard Shaw)

  • Anna Deavere Smith

    Anna Deavere Smith is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Deavere Smith)

  • Anna J. Cooper

    Anna Julia Haywood Cooper (ca. August 10, 1858 – February 27, 1964) was an author, educator, and one of the most prominent African American scholars in United States history.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna J. Cooper)

  • Anna Radziwiłł

    Anna Radziwiłł is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Radziwiłł)

  • Anna Stothard

    Anna Stothard, born in 1983, is a British novelist, journalist and screenwriter.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Stothard)

  • Anna Maria Lenngren

    Anna Maria Lenngren (born Malmstedt; June 18, 1754 – March 8, 1817) was a Swedish writer, poet, feminist and salonist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Lenngren)

  • Anna Miller

    Anna Miller (1741 – 24 June 1781) was an English poet and salon hostess, widely ridiculed in fashionable society for what were seen as pretensions to good taste.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Miller)

  • Anna Reynolds

    Anna Reynolds (born June 1, 1968) is a British novelist, playwright, and screenwriter. She is the author of Tightrope (1991) and Jordan, which was voted "Best Play of 1992" at the Writers Guild Awards, and co-author of The Winding Sheet, a film that won a Silver Hugo at the Chicago Film Festival.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Reynolds)

  • Anna Funder

    Anna Funder (born 1966) is an Australian writer who grew up in Melbourne. She studied creative writing at the University of Melbourne, also later studying at the Free University of Berlin as the recipient in 1994 of a DAAD Scholarship (German Government Academic Exchange Service Award).... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Funder)

  • Anna Sandor

    Anna Sandor is an award-winning screenwriter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Sandor)

  • Anna Bartlett Warner

    Anna Bartlett Warner (August 31, 1827 – January 22, 1915) was an American writer, and author of several hymns and religious songs for children. She was born on Long Island and died in Highland Falls, New York.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Bartlett Warner)

  • Anna Russell

    Anna Russell, née Anna Claudia Russell-Brown (27 December 1911 – 18 October 2006) was an English–Canadian singer and comedienne. She gave many concerts in which she sang and played comic musical sketches on the piano.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Russell)

  • Anna Brzezińska

    For the Polish track and field athlete with the same name see Anna Brzezińska (athlete)... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Brzezińska)

  • Anna Schwartz

    Anna Jacobson Schwartz (born 11 November 1915) is an economist at the National Bureau of Economic Research in New York City, and according to Paul Krugman "one of the world's greatest monetary scholars".Paul Krugman, The New York Review of Books, March 29, 2007, 'Who Was Milton Friedman?... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Schwartz)

  • Anna Blundy

    Anna Blundy (born 1970 in London), is a British author and journalist, educated at City of London School for Girls and Westminster School. Every Time We Say Goodbye, her memoir of her father, the foreign correspondent David Blundy (21 March 1945 – 11 November 1989), was published in 1998.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Blundy)

  • Anna Gavalda

    Anna Gavalda is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Gavalda)

  • Anna Sun

    Anna Xiao Dong Sun (, born 1971) is a writer, critic and sociologist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Sun)

  • Anna Waronker

    Anna Jeanette Waronker (born July 10, 1972) is a singer/songwriter, best known as the former frontwoman of That Dog. She is the daughter of producer Lenny Waronker and actress/musician Donna Loren, the sister of session drummer Joey Waronker and married to Steven Shane McDonald of Redd Kross.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Waronker)

  • Anna Maria van Schurman

    Anna Maria van Schurman is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria van Schurman)

  • Anna Rosmus

    Anna Rosmus, also known as Anja Rosmus-Wenninger, is a German author and researcher born in 1960 in Passau, Bavaria.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Rosmus)

  • Anna Raeburn

    Anna Raeburn (born 3 April 1944) is a British broadcaster and journalist who is famous for her role as an 'agony aunt' giving advice on life relationship and more general life problems. She is principally known for her work on Capital Radio in London.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Raeburn)

  • Anna Larina

    Anna Larina (January 27, 1914 - February 24, 1996) was the wife of the Bolshevik leader Nikolai Bukharin, and spent many years trying to rehabilitate her husband after he was purged by Joseph Stalin in 1938. She was the author of a memoir entitled This I Cannot Forget.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Larina)

  • Edith Anna Somerville

    Edith Anna Œnone Somerville (2 May 1858 – 8 October 1949) was an Irish novelist who habitually signed herself as "E. Œ.... ( from the wikipedia article on Edith Anna Somerville)

  • Anna Porter

    Anna Porter is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Porter)

  • Anna Alice Chapin

    Anna Alice Chapin (1880 – 1920) was an American author, born in New York City. She received a private education and studied music under Harry Rowe Shelley.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Alice Chapin)

  • Anna Pump

    Anna Pump (born April 11, 1934) is a chef, cookbook author, baker, and innkeeper famous for her Hamptons bakery Loaves & Fishes. She is the author of four bestselling cookbooks and the owner of the Bridgehampton Inn.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Pump)

  • Anna Petrovna Kern

    Anna Petrovna Kern is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Petrovna Kern)

  • Anna Marly

    Anna Marly (), (October 30, 1917 – February 15, 2006), was a Russian born French singer-songwriter. She is best remembered as the composer of the Chant des Partisans, a protest song that was used as the ersatz anthem of the Free French Forces during World War II; the popularity of the Chant des Partisans was such that it was proposed as a new national anthem after the conclusion of the war.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Marly)

  • Anna Swanwick

    Anna Swanwick (1813-1899) was an English author and feminist, born in Liverpool. In Berlin she studied German, Greek, and Hebrew, and after settling in London took up mathematics also.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Swanwick)

  • Anna Robertson Brown Lindsay

    Anna Robertson Brown Lindsay (1864–1948) was the first woman to earn a doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania. She wrote a number of books on theological topics, most of which were published in the early-1900s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Robertson Brown Lindsay)

  • Anna Ivey

    Anna Ivey is a published author and nationally-known graduate school admissions counselor at her own firm, Anna Ivey Admissions Counseling.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Ivey)

  • Anna Riva

    Anna Riva is the pseudonym of Dorothy Spencer, a well-known American occult author and manufacturer of hoodoo spiritual supplies. When she retired in the late 1990s, her company, International Imports, was purchased by Indio Products.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Riva)

  • Anna Visscher

    Anna Roemers Visscher (ca. 2 February 1584 – 6 December 1651) was a Dutch artist, poet, and translator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Visscher)

  • Anna Maxted

    Anna Maxted is a bestselling author based in North London, England. Born in 1969, she is married to fellow author and journalist Phil Robinson and has three young children.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Maxted)

  • Anna Nitschmann

    Anna Caritas Nitschmann (November 24, 1715, Kunín, Moravia - May 21, 1760, Herrnhut, Lusatia) was a Moravian Brethren missionary (Missionarin), lyrical poetess, and the second wife of Nicolaus Ludwig Zinzendorf.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Nitschmann)

  • Anna Hunger

    Anna Hunger was an American writer, whose sole published book length work was The Man Who Lived Forever, co-authored with R. DeWitt Miller.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Hunger)

  • Anna Brigadere

    Anna Brigadere is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Brigadere)

  • Anna Lacková-Zora

    Anna Lacková-Zora (* 7 August 1899, Mošovce - † 8 September 1988, Myjava) was a Slovak author. She published under the pseudonyms of Zora-Lacková, aunt Zora, Zora and Lacková-Zora.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Lacková-Zora)

  • Anna Brassey

    Anna Brassey (née Allnutt) (October 7, 1839 – September 14, 1887)Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University, 2004) was an English traveller and writer. Her bestselling book, A Voyage in the Sunbeam, our Home on the Ocean for Eleven Months was published in 1878.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Brassey)

  • Anna Maria Falconbridge

    Anna Maria Norwood was born in Bristol, England, in 1769. She married Alexander Falconbridge, a prominent abolitionist, in 1788.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Falconbridge)

  • Anna Milford

    Anna Milford is an English author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Milford)

  • Anna Di Lellio

    Anna Di Lellio is a sociologist, journalist and former United Nations consultant. She has written on a number of topics relating to the United Nations' presence in Kosovo and Iraq.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Di Lellio)

  • Anna Botting

    Anna Elizabeth Botting (born 4 May 1967 in Surrey, England, United Kingdom) is a news anchor with Sky News, a broadcasting network based in the United Kingdom. She currently presents Sky News at Ten, Sky News at Eleven and Sky Midnight News from Monday to Thursday.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Botting)

  • Anna Jacobs

    Anna Jacobs (birth 1941) is an English novelist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Jacobs)

  • Anna Theresa Cascio

    Anna Theresa Cascio (born November 7, 1955) is an American television soap opera writer. She is often billed simply as Anna Cascio.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Theresa Cascio)

  • Anna Sosenko

    Anna Sosenko (June 13 1909 - June 9 2000) was a songwriter and manager who achieved great popularity in the 1930s. Born in Camden, New Jerseyhttp://query.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Sosenko)

  • Anna Bijns

    Anna Bijns (1493 in Antwerp, Belgium – 1575 in Antwerp) was a Dutch writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Bijns)

  • Anna Maria Bennett

    Anna Maria Bennett (c. 1760 - 1808) was an English novelist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Bennett)

  • Anna Nagurney

    Anna Nagurney (born ??) is a Ukrainian-American mathematician, economist, educator and author, and John F.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Nagurney)

  • Phoebe Anna Traquair

    Phoebe Anna Traquair (1852–1936) was an Irish artist, noted for her role in the Arts and Crafts movement in Scotland, as an illustrator, painter and embroiderer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Phoebe Anna Traquair)

  • Anna Gordon Keown

    Anna Gordon Keown (1899 - 1957) was an English author and poet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Gordon Keown)

  • Anna M. Cienciala

    Anna M. Cienciala (November 8 1929-) is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Kansas, [publishing and teaching the history of Poland Russia and Eastern Europe.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna M. Cienciala)

  • Anna Maria Goldsmid

    Anna Maria Goldsmid (1805 – 8 February 1889, London), benefactor and translator, was the eldest child of Isaac Lyon Goldsmid and the sister of Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Goldsmid)

  • Anna David (journalist)

    Anna Benjamin David (born June 6, 1974) is an American journalist and television personality specializing in relationship and sex advice.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna David (journalist))

  • Anna Świrszczyńska

    Anna Świrszczyńska (1909-1984) was a Polish poet whose works deal with a variety of themes, including her experiences during World War II, motherhood, the female body, and sensuality. She was born in Warsaw and grew up as the poor daughter of an artist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Świrszczyńska)

  • Anna Margolin

    Anna Margolin () is the pen name of Rosa Harning Lebensboym (1887-1952) a twentieth century Jewish Russian-American, Yiddish language poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Margolin)

  • Anna Soubry

    Anna Soubry, (born in 1956, Worksop, Nottinghamshire) is a British Conservative Party politician and prospective parliamentary candidate. She is a single mother of two children.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Soubry)

  • Anna Williams (poet)

    Anna Williams (1706 – 6 September 1783) was a poet and companion of Samuel Johnson.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Williams (poet))

  • Anna Marcet Haldeman

    Anna Marcet Haldeman (1887—1941) was an American feminist, playwright, editor, author, and bank president. She was the wife of activist E.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Marcet Haldeman)

  • Anna Lee Walters

    Anna Lee Walters (born 1946) is a Pawnee/Otoe-Missouria author from Oklahoma.VG: Artist Biography: Walters, Anna Lee She works at the Diné College, where she directs the college press.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Lee Walters)

  • Anna Rozen

    Anna Rozen is a French writer, best known for her short stories. Born at Algiers in 1960, she lived there for two years, but then grew up in France, first in Lorient and later, and for longer, in Toulouse; however she has spent the greatest part of her life in Paris.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Rozen)

  • Anna Goldsworthy

    Anna Goldsworthy (born 9 June 1974) is an Australian writer and classical pianist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Goldsworthy)

  • Anna Lee Waldo

    Anna Lee Waldo is an American historical fiction author. She is most noted for her novel, Sacajawea.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Lee Waldo)

  • Margaret Anna Cusack

    Margaret Anna Cusack (6 May 1832 – 5 June 1899) was a Catholic nun and the founder of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Margaret Anna Cusack)

  • Anna Goodman

    Anna Goodman is an American songwriter who was married to Ben Folds from 1987 to 1992. She co-wrote several Ben Folds Five songs including Kate (Whatever and Ever Amen), Alice Childress (Ben Folds Five), The Last Polka (Ben Folds Five), Smoke (Whatever and Ever Amen), and Lullabye (The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Goodman)

  • Anna Burns

    Anna Burns (born 1962) is an Irish author. She was born in Belfast and moved to London in 1987.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Burns)

  • Anna Louisa Karsch

    Anna Louisa Karsch is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Louisa Karsch)

  • Anna Russo

    Anna Russo born in Naples, Italy,her debut as a writer partly came about after she received a major literary prize for travel writing: The Next Generation. As a result of the grant she lived for twelve years in Southern France where she became close to the gypsies, particularly two of the "grand" families of Reyes and Baliardo.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Russo)

  • Anna Song (journalist)

    Anna Song is an American broadcast journalist who works at KATU in Portland, Oregon. She previously worked at Los Angeles' ABC NewsOne and held an internship at KABC-TV in Los Angeles.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Song (journalist))

  • Anna de Koven

    Anna Farwell de Koven (November 19, 1862 - January 12, 1953) was an American novelist, historian and socialite. The wife of famed composer Reginald de Koven and the daughter of senator Charles B.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna de Koven)

  • Anna Kohler

    Anna Kohler (alternative spelling: Anna Köhler or Anna Koehler) is a New York theater actress, director and translator.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Kohler)

  • Anna Seidel

    Anna Katharina Seidel (1938 – September 29, 1991) was a German Sinologist who was regarded as an authority in the study of Taoism. During her 22 years at the Institut du Hobogirin of the Ecole Francaise d’Extreme-Orient in Kyoto, Seidel had become the centre of gravity for the many Western scholars of East Asian studies who ventured to the ancient Japanese capital to conduct research.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Seidel)

  • Anna Talbott McPherson

    Anna Talbott McPherson wrote more than 22 biographies of famous Christians. Many of these books are still being read in Christian schools, and as part of the curriculum for home school English programs.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Talbott McPherson)

  • Anna Blackburne

    Anna Blackburne (1726 – 1793) was an English naturalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Blackburne)

  • Anna Maria Thelott

    Anna Maria Thelott (1683–1710) was a Swedish artist, and one of the first self-supporting and professional female artists in Scandinavia. She was an engraver, an illustrator, a woodcut-artist, and a miniaturist painter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Thelott)

  • Anna Maria Busse Berger

    Anna Maria Busse Berger is professor of music history at University of California, Davis. She is a scholar of Medieval and Renaissance History and Theory and chair of the UC Davis music departmentwas the 1991 recipient of the American Musicological Society]'s Alfred Einstein Award for best article by a young scholar.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Busse Berger)

  • Anna Williamson

    Anna Williamson (born 1981) is a British television presenter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Williamson)

  • Anna Nicholas

    Anna Nicholas (born 1961, Rochester, Kent) is a British travel writer and author based in Majorca, Spain.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Nicholas)

  • Anna Livia Julian Brawn

    Anna Livia Julian Brawn (November 13, 1955 in Ireland – August 5, 2007 in California). Her pen name for her novels was Anna Livia, she was a "widely read lesbian feminist writer and linguistic theorist", well-known for her fiction and non-fiction regarding issues of sexuality.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Livia Julian Brawn)

  • Anna Elisabet Weirauch

    Anna Elisabet Weirauch (7 August 1887, Galaţi — 21 December 1970, West Berlin) was a German author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Elisabet Weirauch)

  • Anna Rutgers van der Loeff

    Anna Rutgers van der Loeff (1910–1990) was a Dutch writer of children's novels.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Rutgers van der Loeff)

  • Anna Catharina Materna

    Anna Catharina Materna (née von der Luhe) (1731–1757) was a Danish actor and playwright. She belonged to the first pioneer-troupe of actors at the Royal Danish Theatre, and later became one of the first female playwrights to have her plays performed there.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Catharina Materna)

  • Threes Anna

    Threes Anna (pseudonym of Threes Schreurs, born in Vlaardingen, The Netherlands, 1959) is a novelist, theatre and film maker.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Threes Anna)

  • Anna Bülow

    Anna Fickesdotter (Bülow), (d. 1519), was a Swedish writer and translator and abbess of the Bridgittine Vadstena Abbey between 1501-1519.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Bülow)

  • Anna Åkerhjelm

    Anna Åkerhjelm, née Anna Agriconia, (born in Nyköping, Sweden sometime before 1647, died in Germany 1693), was a Swedish writer and traveller and the first woman in Sweden to have been ennobled for her own actions (1691).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Åkerhjelm)

  • Anna Pylypchuk

    Anna Pylypchuk (born on March 12, 1992), is a native Ukrainian, an artist, and one of the youngest illustrators. She has illustrated a children's book, Crash by a Puerto Rican author, Mayra Calvani; the book was released on March 31, 2008 and is available from Amazon.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Pylypchuk)

  • Anna Langfus

    Anna Langfus (born Anna-Regina Szternfinkiel in Lublin on January 2, 1920; died May 12, 1966 in Paris) was an award-winning Polish/French author. She was also a concentration camp survivor.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Langfus)

  • Anna McPartlin

    Anna McPartlin is an Irish novelist. Her novel Pack Up the Moon (2006) was her debut feature.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna McPartlin)

  • Anna Genover-Mas

    Anna Genover-Mas is a Catalan journalist and writer of children's books, one of which won the Vicenta Ferrer Vila de Paterna prize for the best children's literature book of 2007.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Genover-Mas)

  • Anna Godbersen

    Anna Godbersen is an American writer. She is the author of the The Luxe series, with The Luxe, the first book in the series,(her debut novel) published on 23 November 2007 by HarperCollins.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Godbersen)

  • Anna Winger

    Anna Winger (born 1970) is an American writer and artist who lives in Berlin, Germany. She was raised in Kenya, Massachusetts and Mexico, and educated at Columbia University in New York.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Winger)

  • Anna Richardson

    Anna Richardson is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Richardson)

  • Anna Banti

    Anna Banti (born Lucia Lopresti in Florence on June 27, 1895; died in Massa on September 2, 1985) was a novelist, art historian, and translator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Banti)

  • Anna Soler-Pont

    Anna Soler-Pont (b.1968) , is a Spanish writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Soler-Pont)

  • Anna Sophia Holmstedt

    Anna Sophia Holmstedt (1759-1807) as married Anna Sophia Bleumortier, was a Swedish ballet dancer and translator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Sophia Holmstedt)

  • Anna Kisselgoff

    Anna Kisselgoff (born 12 January 1938 in Paris) is a dance critic and cultural news reporter for the New York Times. She began at the Times as a dance critic and cultural news reporter in 1968, and became its Chief Dance Critic in 1977, a role she held until 2005.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Kisselgoff)

  • Anna Whelan Betts

    Anna Whelan Betts is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Whelan Betts)

  • Anna Boden

    Anna Boden is an American film director, cinematographer, editor, and screenwriter best known as the co-writer of the 2006 film Half Nelson. She is known for her collaborations with fellow filmmaker Ryan Fleck.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Boden)

  • Anna Maria Rückerschöld

    Anna Maria Rückerschöld (1725–1805), born Rücker, was a Swedish author who wrote several popular books on housekeeping and cooking in the late 18th and early 19th century. She was an advocate of women's right to a good education in household matters and propagated this view in public debate through an anonymous letter in 1770.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Rückerschöld)

  • Anna Laetitia Waring

    Anna Laetitia Waring (or Anna Letitia Waring) (April 19, 1823 – May 10, 1910) was a Welsh poet and hymn-writerhttp://rpo.library.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Laetitia Waring)

  • Anna Louise Stevnhøj

    Anna Louise Stevnhøj (born 1963) is a Danish journalist and writer. She is especially known for her writing about children, sexuality, youngsters and health.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Louise Stevnhøj)

  • Anna Aguilar-Amat

    Anna Aguilar-Amat (born 1962, Barcelona) is a Catalan poet, translator and university professor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Aguilar-Amat)

  • Anna Timiryova

    Anna Vasilyevna Timiryova () (July 18, 1883 Kislovodsk - January 31, 1975 Moscow) was a Russian poetess. Born Anna Safonova, she was the daughter of composer Vasily Ilyich Safonov.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Timiryova)

  • Anna Coddington

    Anna Coddington is a New Zealand singer-songwriter. Anna is notable for her role as a backing vocalist for Anika Moa and other successful New Zealand artists.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Coddington)

  • Anna Novakov

    Anna Novakov is a Serbian-American art historian, critic, educator and curator based at Saint Mary's College of California. A prolific writer, Novakov has received numerous awards and grants for her research and art criticism.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Novakov)

  • Anna Ryder

    Jacksonville, Florida, United States... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Ryder)

  • Anna Sophia II, Abbess of Quedlinburg

    Landgravine Anna Sophia of Hesse-Darmstadt (17 December 1638 – 13 December 1683) was a German noblewoman who reigned as Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg under the name Anna Sophia II.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Sophia II, Abbess of Quedlinburg)

  • Anna Journey

    Anna Journey (born Arlington, Virginia) is an American poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Journey)

  • Anna Ottendorfer

    Anna Ottendorfer (13 February 1815 Würzburg, Bavaria - 1 April 1884 New York City) was a United States journalist and philanthropist. She was associated with the development of the German-language New Yorker Staats-Zeitung into a major newspaper.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Ottendorfer)

  • Anna Maria Bunn

    Anna Maria Bunn (1808–1899) was the anonymous author of The Guardian: a Tale (by an Australian) (1838)The Guardian: a Tale/by an Australian, Sydney: Printed by J Spilsbury, 1838 (copy in Mitchell library, Sydney), the first novel published on mainland Australia and the first in the continent by a woman.Clarke, Patricia ‘Anna Maria Bunn and The Guardian’ in Margins no.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Bunn)

  • Anna Del Conte

    Anna Del Conte (born 1925) is an Italian-English food writer whose works cover the history of food as well as providing recipes. Resident in England since 1949, she has been influential in raising the country’s awareness of Italian cuisine: her 1976 Portrait of Pasta has been described as ‘the instrumental force in leading [the English] beyond the land of spag bol, macaroni cheese and tinned ravioli’.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anna Del Conte)

  • Anna Mendelssohn

    Anna Mendelssohn (born Anna Mendleson,Her name is frequently given as Anna Mendelson. 1948 – 15 November 2009), who wrote under the name Grace Lake, was a British writer, poet and political activist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Mendelssohn)

  • Anna Jansson

    Anna Jansson is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Jansson)

  • Anna Ogino

    Anna Ogino (荻野アンナ, born November 17, 1956) is a Japanese author and professor of literature at Keio University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Ogino)

  • Anna Szatkowska

    Anna Szatkowska (born 15 March 1928, Cieszyn) was a World War II member of the Polish Home Army which she joined at the age of 16 to help in liberating Warsaw from German occupation. She served as first-aider.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Szatkowska)

  • Anna Maria Hussey

    Anna Maria Hussey (5 Jun. 1805-26 Aug.... ( from the wikipedia article on Anna Maria Hussey)

  • Anna Hanson Dorsey

    Anna Hanson Dorsey (born at Georgetown, District of Columbia, U.S.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anna Hanson Dorsey)

  • Anna Fárová

    Anna Fárová (June 1, 1928 - February 27, 2010) was a Czech art historian who specialized and catalogued Czech and Czechoslovakian photographers, including Frantisek Drtikol and Josef Sudek. She was one of the pioneers of writing on history of photography.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anna Fárová)

Anna

Gender: more often female

Meaning: Gracious and One who gives

Origin: Hebrew and Biblical

Lucky Number: Three

Popularity: Position 2 in 1899, currently decreasing

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