Courtney E. Morgan
Courtney E. Morgan received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Colorado, Boulder, where she has also taught creative writing workshops. Her collection of stories, The Seven Autopsies of Nora Hanneman, was a semifinalist for the FC2 Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Prize and was published by FC2 Press in Spring 2017.
Her writing has also been published in Lunch Ticket, Pleiades, The Red Anthology, American Book Review, and others. She is a recipient of the Thompson Award for Western American Writing, and was longlisted for the Diana Woods Memorial Award at Lunch Ticket and Glimmer Train’s Short Story Award for New Fiction.
Morgan is the founder and managing editor of The Thought Erotic journal on sexuality and gender. She teaches at Lighthouse Writers Workshop, The Gathering Place women's shelter, and personalized on-site and online writing and healing courses. She currently lives in Denver with her son and is working on her next novel.