Adam Morgan is a writer, the founding editor of the Chicago Review of Books, and the editor-in-chief of the Southern Review of Books. He writes about place, books, and the arts for The Paris Review, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The AV Club, The Guardian, Poets & Writers, Literary Hub, Chicago magazine, Longreads, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Electric Literature, Strange Horizons, and elsewhere. He moved from Chicago to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2018, where he works as a senior content strategist at Red Ventures.
He is the winner of the 2018 James Friend Memorial Award for Literary and Dramatic Criticism from the Society of Midland Authors, and he’s taught creative writing and English at Roosevelt University, the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, and Montreat College.
Read an interview with Adam at Literary Hub.
He is currently working on his first novel.
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Email Adam at adammorganstephen (at) gmail (dot) com.