"(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 of Arts 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 Lake Effect, Sundog Lit, Western Humanities Review, Up the Staircase Quarterly, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, and elsewhere.
His essays, criticism, and writings on craft have appeared or are forthcoming in Poetry Northwest, Blackbird, Western Humanities Review, and McNeese Review's online home Boudin. He can be found on Twitter @WMorrow.