Most recent non-fiction:

Fallen Angel 200x300
Lions Of The West 204x300
Boone 206x300
 

Most recent fiction:

Snowbird 193x300
The Oratorio That Was Time 203x300
As Rain Turns to Snow 195x300
Chasing the North Star 199x300
The Road From Gap Creek 300x193
 

Most recent poetry:

The Oratorio That Was Time 203x300
Dark Energy 195x300
Terroir 194x300
October Crossing 300x193
The Strange Attractor 300x191
 

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Praise for Robert Morgan:

Robert Morgan has long been one of this country's finest poets. Now he shows that his hand is just as steady in fiction.

— James Welsh
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Reminiscent of James Dickey- bearing the same naturalistic marks of clear, clean prose and often disturbing imagery... Morgan casts a stark story peopled with real, believable, and honest characters.

— The Baltimore Sun
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Morgan writes "with an authority usually associated with the great novelist of the last century."

— The Boston Book Review
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In Morgan's hands... details become the stuff of stern, gripping drama.

— The New York Times
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Robert Morgan has a rare and cunning gift: he can sift through the detritus of the past, pluck objects and images from his memory (especially his childhood) and elevate them to the point where they become -- in the sense that Campbell used the word -- 'numinous.'

— Gary Carden, The Smoky Mountain News
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