"(Weston Morrow) must have SOMETHING going on words-wise to get included on this bill. Also, it's free and there will be light appetizers."
- The Yakima Herald
Weston Morrow is a poet, essayist, and former print journalist. He serves as assistant poetry editor for Crab Creek Review and works with the Bagley Wright Lecture Series. He holds a master's degree in English Literature from Central Washington University and, in fall 2020, will enter the MFA program at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
His recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Sundog Lit, Western Humanities Review, Up the Staircase Quarterly, and Glass: A Journal of Poetry.
His essays, reviews, and criticism have appeared or are forthcoming in Blackbird, Western Humanities Review, and McNeese Review's online home Boudin. He can be found on Twitter @WMorrow.