Sam Aaron Morgan
Sam Aaron Morgan has been published in the Louisville Review, the Writer’s Chronicle, and the Encyclopedia of American Indian History. He received a literature degree from Duke and an MFA in fiction from Chatham University. He became a novelist by way of filmmaking and previously interned at DreamWorks and edited videos for the Smithsonian to distribute to Native American tribal governments.
Growing up as a military brat also turned Sam into a bit of a nomad. After living in Australia and studying its literature and culture, he migrated on to work for AWP, MIT, Creative Nonfiction, and the Virginia Film Office. He also taught writing as an adjunct with Chatham University after completing his degree there.