Andrew Morgan is a professor, poet, editor and volunteer whose work can be found in magazines such as Conduit, Verse, Slope, Stride, Fairy Tale Review, Country Music, GlitterPony, Pleiades (as part of a "Younger American Poets" feature) and included in the anthology Disco Prairie Aid and Pleasure Club. He is the recipient of a Slovenian Writers' Association Fellowship which sponsored a month long writing residency in the country's capital city of Ljubljana, served as the Juniper Fellow at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where he facilitated the Visiting Writers Program, has worked as an Editorial Assistant for Verse Magazine, as an Assistant Managing Editor for Verse Press and has served as a manuscript reader for the Massachusetts Review's "Juniper Prize" as well as for the "Verse Prize" at Verse Press. His manuscript of poetry "Month of Big Hands" was recently selected for publication by Natural History Press out of Boston and will be released in May 2013.
While his primary role at New England College has been teaching first year writing students, Professor Morgan also teaches humanities courses as part of NEC's Liberal Core Curriculum (LCC), courses in the Professional Writing minor and has served as Content Editor for the college's bi-annual sports magazine Edge Sports NH for the past five years. Since the summer of 2009, Professor Morgan has designed, developed and consistently offered a variety of writing and humanities courses at the New Hampshire State Prison for Men in Concord where he also serves as a member of the institution's Craft Board. In May of 2012 he was the graduation speaker for Granite State High School (also at the prison) and in November of 2012 presented on his work at NHSP for the annual conference of the Association for Humanist Sociology in Nashville, TN.
- Bachelor of Arts: English/Writing: Plymouth State College (2001)
- Master of Fine Arts: Poetry: University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2006)