Pamela Turner is an Atlanta-based but Pacific Northwest-bred writer, director, and dramaturg with original playwriting credits in the U.S, Germany, Guam, and Ireland. Selected U.S productions include Ravenwood, (podcast play) commissioned by Found Stages Theatre; Free-Dum (devised), commissioned for Alliance Theatre’s Civil War (Collision) Project; Burning Man, Circle Ensemble Theatre Company; Hidden Man, 7 Stages Theatre and UGA University Theatre; Voices Deux, Atelier Stage New Play Series; Cosmeticos, Center for Puppetry Arts XPT Adult Series; Funny Valentine, LiveWire Theatre, Chicago and  2004 Piccolo Spoleto Festival, also winner American Theatre Co-op Playwriting Award; The Lady and The Poet (commission) Theatre Gael and 2003 Piccolo Spoleto Festival; Valentines Day, Pulse Theatre Ensemble; The Further Adventures of Louise Heavingbodice, Independent Actors Theatre; The Judas Gospel, 2009 Chester Horn Festival (2009); Male Man, 2008 Chester Horn Festival and winner “Outstanding Playwright”, also finalist for Heideman Award.
 Other selected projects include Keester recipient of a 2017 Dramatist Guild Fund grant/staged reading with Out of Box Theatre, a 2015 Ethel Wilson Award winner, and O’Neill Playwrights Conference semi-finalist; FACES, commissioned by 7 Stages Theatre, also a 2014 competition semi-finalist for Multi Stages-NYC and (2012) Red Theater Chicago; Mother/Monster, multi-media collaboration with Cine-Majik Design,LA; Majik!, selected for Theatre Emory’s Brave New Works II series and the opening of Emory University’s Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Other commissions include Frijoles on the Side (Fly-By Theatre) and Voices (1996 Cultural Olympiad).
 Pamela is Atlanta Regional Rep for The Dramatists Guild,co-Founding Artistic Director of multiShades.atlanta, and F1 Racing fanatic