"Dark but soft aesthetic."
Morgan has been a fan of horror since they spent their class reading periods poring over Goosebumps rip-offs, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, and Bunnicula. They thank their grandmother for traumatizing them with Jurassic Park and Alien at seven years old. As one of those "October 365/24/7" kinda folks, they're a huge fan of bats and black lipstick.
Inspired by the oeuvre of Cradle of Filth, they've loved studying gothic and strange literature for years. Before they graduated with her BA in English from Kennesaw State University, they worked as a social media coordinator for their university's writing center, which sprung from an internship.
They're a fiction editor for Exhume, the social media and web editor for Doubleback Review, and a fiction contributor for Marias at Sampaguitas. In 2020, they earned their MA in professional writing with a main concentration in technical writing and a secondary concentration in creative writing.
Morgan published their first novel, Dove Keeper, in October 2018. Their specialties are horror, fantasy, and LGBT fiction. They're inspired by speculative fiction writers like Angela Carter, Mary Shelley, Octavia Butler, Bram Stoker, Toni Morrison, and Neil Gaiman.
They live in North Georgia with their family, including a menagerie of dogs and cats.
Morgan is a proud member of the queer community, and they support authors and readers having an array of characters like them. To that end, Morgan hopes what they create will help others feel less alone.
Note: Morgan's older works (Dove Keeper and Rabbit Heart) and most of their short works were published under a different name.