SnowTurner is a collection of short stories, a travel journal, and hopefully one day a series of novels. There’s no concrete plan–no overarching, unifying theme–just a mess of work published under one pseudonym: SnowTurner. Some of the writing is non-fiction. A lot of it isn’t, and there’s no clear line separating what’s real and what’s not.
If you’re just trying to get a quick and dirty fix of the latest SnowTurner approved writing, check out The Feed. My latest posts will appear there, irrespective of category. It’s just one big, happy mosh pit of the latest Travel Journal posts and Short Story chapters. If you want to know more about what those are, click on their tabs located at the top of this page.
Thanks for visiting my site. Enjoy at your own pace.
Zachary Turner is the site’s author. He attends the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was born in New Hill, NC.
His favorite color is blue.
He likes Ben Folds and Jay Z, getting lost in the woods and sitting by the sea. He’s well read, and read well the only two books he has read in his life: Le Petit Prince and Blogging for Dummies. His influences include Walt Whitman, Robert Frost, Chance the Rapper, thunderstorms and this one time that he ran away from home with his cat.
When he was a kid, he wanted to be Steve Irwin.