Angela Morales, Ashland MFA Creative Nonfiction Faculty

Angela Morales

Bio

Angela Morales, a graduate of the University of Iowa's nonfiction writing program, is the author of The Girls in My Town, a collection of personal essays. Her work has appeared in Best American Essays 2013, Harvard ReviewThe Southern ReviewThe Southwest ReviewThe Los Angeles Review, Arts and Letters, The Baltimore Review, The Pinch, Hobart, River Teeth, Under the Sun, Puerto del Sol, and The Indianola Review. She was the winner of the River Teeth Book Prize, 2014, and is a MacDowell Fellow.  Her book is the 2017 *winner* of the PEN Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay.

Currently she teaches composition and creative writing at Glendale Community College and is working on her second collection of essays. She lives in Pasadena, CA with her husband Patrick and their two children, Mira and Leo.

Education

MFA, University of Iowa

Events

Oct
21
The title of the anthology Sangre mía / Blood of...Read more
Oct
22
Book Discussion: Our Kids-The American Dream in Crisis. Dauch 115...Read more
Oct
23
Maggie Smith is the author of three books of poetry:...Read more
Oct
27
The Ashland University Choir, Women's Chorus and the Ashland Area...Read more
Oct
28
Ashland University Theatre will hold auditions for its Spring 2019...Read more