Morgan Harlow

Occupation Writer
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Books by Morgan Harlow
  • by Morgan Harlow
    Eyewear Publishing, 2012-04.
  • About Me

    I write poems, fiction and reviews with work appearing in Burnside Review, Otoliths, Seneca Review, The Moth, E·ratio, Verse Wisconsin and elsewhere. My debut poetry collection is Midwest Ritual Burning (Eyewear, 2012) available from Eyewear Publishing and Amazon UK

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    Morgan Harlow's Wall

    James Robison – Feb 01, 2010

    Thank you for your star. Shines bright in my world.

    Ann Bogle – Jan 18, 2010

    Morgan, so glad to revisit your poem, "On the Way to Your First AA Meeting" via Gary Percesepe's appreciation of it at the Fictionaut blog. He is so right that your perceptive comments go beyond the ordinary. You wrote that hierarchies are defied in some of my writing; it opened my eyes to know it could be read that way.

    Julie Innis – Jan 08, 2010

    Morgan, really enjoying what you've posted here at F'naut. Excited to see what's next for you in the year ahead!

    Jacob Russell – Dec 28, 2009

    Thanks, Morgan

    Carol Novack – Dec 26, 2009

    Thanks for the comments, Morgan. I've never read a word writ by Leonora Carrington.

    Tracey Curzon-Manners – Dec 09, 2009

    Thanks for the comment and for stopping by, Tracey.

    Nora Nadjarian – Dec 07, 2009

    Morgan, thanks for commenting on my story "Gardening". i appreciate it :-)

    Susan Gibb – Nov 27, 2009

    Thanks Morgan, for reading and commenting on Thanksgiving Day 2039. I pulled it out only because it seemed to be making a political statement that wasn't something I wanted to push on a day of giving thanks.

    M.H. – Oct 04, 2009

    Thank you Morgan for your kind comments on Off Island. I'm so glad you enjoyed it! "On the Way to Your First AA Meeting" has really stuck with me. It's such a beautiful piece.

    M.H. – Aug 29, 2009

    Thank you Morgan for your comment on Get Some Strange - You made my day :)

    John Minichillo – Aug 26, 2009

    Thanks for the comments. Have you seen there is a poetry group? I think you must join.

    Kathy Fish – Aug 21, 2009

    Thanks for reading and commenting on my story, Morgan!

    Kendra Fish – Aug 19, 2009

    Thank you, Morgan!

    Jensen Beach – Aug 18, 2009


    Thanks for the nod and the comment on my story "Training Exercise." I really appreciate your kind comments. Looking forward to checking out your work.

    C. Kaminski – Aug 16, 2009

    Thanks for the welcome back, Morgan. I've got a lot of catching up to do!

    ABxx – Aug 02, 2009

    Hi Morgan,

    Great to get this latest commentary from you! I've been away from Fictionaut for a while and had put some of my writings aside for a few months. Your feedback has inspired me to continue moving forward.

    Warm regards,

    Darryl Price – Jul 27, 2009

    Morgan--thank you very much for taking the time to comment on my poem. Very much appreciated.

    Laura Ellen Scott – Jun 06, 2009

    thanks for the comments re: social aid & pleasure. I yanked it already because the feedback helped me figure some important stuff out.

    David Erlewine – May 05, 2009

    THANK YOU SO MUCH! Your comments/faving of the Craig Biltman piece go a long long way as I push thorugh this novel, fighting self doubt!!!!

    Ethel Rohan – Apr 04, 2009

    Morgan, thanks so much for taking the time to read "Cracking Open" and to comment. I truly appreciate it.

    James Robison – Mar 27, 2009

    Surprised and happy you could find that in the library and flattered you'd take the trouble.

    ABxx – Mar 25, 2009

    Hi Morgan,
    Thanks for adding my story to your list of favorites. Best, Isabell

    Laura Ellen Scott – Jan 20, 2009

    thanks for your note and the fave! I'm really glad the character makes sense to someone else.

    Jane Delury – Nov 14, 2008

    Morgan, thanks for reading my story and for your kind comments. I enjoyed reading your work as well. In particular, I like the whimsical voice in "Rehabilitating My Cat."

    Tom Maremaa – Nov 02, 2008

    Thanks, Morgan, for your comment on "Seishin," which is a small piece from my sprawling, 700-page novel "Grok," but still very important in establishing the character of Hiro Nakazawa as a rival to Grok, the young computer prodigy on this global quest to solve the Turing Test. Japanese culture really absorbed me for a number of years and required intense study of the language, history, and people in order to create the character of Hiro. I see that you've been keeping a reader's journal, which is terrific. It's the best way to expand one's knowledge and understanding of literature. Good luck with your novel and book of poems!

    Richda McNutt – Oct 21, 2008

    Thank you for your kind attention to my story. This is the first one I've done, and I hope I can continue.

    John Leland – Sep 29, 2008

    Thanks for the greeting, Morgan. I'm still finding my way outside the nonfiction world. btw, my son is a sophomore at Wisconsin, preparing for his second Madison winter.

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