Author: Morgan Christie

Morgan Christie's, a Canadian writer born in Toronto, work has appeared in Room, Aethlon, The Hawai'i Review, Obra/Artifact, Blackberry, Little Patuxent Review, Alternating Currents, as well as other publications. Her writing has been anthologized in such presses as BLF Press's Black to the Future and the Resonance Network's Black Freedom Beyond Borders: Re- imagining Gender in Marvel's Wakanda, which underlined a feminist and queer rhetoric alongside the socio-political and racially effective prose she seeks and continues to craft. Her poetry chapbook Variations on a Lobster's Tale was the winner of the 2017 Alexander Posey Chapbook Prize (University of Central Oklahoma Press, 2018) and her second poetry chapbook Sterling was recently released (CW Books, 2019). Morgan's off-broadway play When We Talk About Watermelons won the 2017 Player's Theatre Prize during its run in New York, NY and she is the recipient of multiple scholarly and writerly awards, including a President's prize and Rotary International Scholarship as the Global Basic Education and Literary Fellow. She is also the winner of the 2018 Likely Red Fiction Chapbook contest and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net.

These Bodies
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These Bodies

Tolsun Books

Fiction. Short Stories. African & African American Studies. THESE BODIES, a collection of eleven stories by Morgan Christie, explores the complexities of relationships, specifically those of people of color. Each story highlights the subtleties and ...

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