Adam Morgan is the founding editor of the Chicago Review of Books and the editor-in-chief of the Southern Review of Books. His writing about place, books, and the arts has appeared in The Paris Review, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Chicago magazine, The AV Club, The Guardian, Poets & Writers, Literary Hub, Longreads, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, and elsewhere. Here’s a list of selected works.
Previously, he taught writing at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, StoryStudio Chicago, and Roosevelt University, where he completed an MFA. He is the winner of the 2018 James Friend Memorial Award for Literary and Dramatic Criticism from the Society of Midland Authors, as well as a National City and Regional Magazine Award for “Best Online Column” for his work in Chicago magazine.
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