Chris Morgan

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Chris Morgan’s writing has appeared in a variety of magazines and literary journals, including Nowhere Magazine, North Carolina Literary Review, Red Wheelbarrow, and Potomac Review.

Chris’s story, "Pablo Neruda and the Caffeinated Madness of Love," recently won the TulipTree Stories that Need to Be Told Contest (passion category). His work has also been selected for Nowhere Magazine's Print Annual for best works of the previous year, earned honorable mention in the Glimmer Train Family Matters Competition, and been named as a semi-finalist for Gulf Stream Magazine's John Dufresne Creative Non-Fiction Award.

Chris has a Ph.D. in Poetry from the University of Wales. He's currently a student in the Johns Hopkins MA in Fiction Writing Program where he's working on a collection of short stories. You can check out his website at www.jchristophermorgan.com.

Contributions by Chris Morgan

Fall 2018 Issue

Cherry

First Prize, 2018 Literal Latte Fiction Award.
Fifty-year-olds don’t climb trees. They don’t trespass either, although it was a question whether I was actually trespassing. Hadn’t I gone to school here? Wasn’t this my church once, back when I believed in churches? I grasped the forked branch above me and used it to drag myself a few more inches along the rough limb I was straddling. A little closer to the sky. A little closer to the past….

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