Morgan Grayce Willow

Morgan Grayce Willow's poetry and prose have received awards from the Loft-McKnight Program, the Minnesota State Arts Board, and the Witter Bynner Foundation. Her poetry collections and chapbooks include Dodge & Scramble (Ice Cube Press), Between (Nodin Press), Silk (Shu-Kuang Press), The Maps are Words (Red Dragonfly Press), and Arpeggio of Appetite (Finishing Line Press).

Morgan's short memoir, "Riding Shotgun for Stanley Home Products," appeared in the book Riding Shotgun: Women Write about Their Mothers (Borealis Press, 2008). Her essay "Signs of the Time" was named honorable mention in the Judith Kitchen Prize at Water~Stone Review (2011). Morgan has used writer's notebooks in developing her work for more than 20 years.