T. Haven Morse

T. Haven Morse is a multi-genre writer that also writes (and lives) under the name Jody T. Morse. She's published everything from interview articles for nationally distributed magazines to poetry in well-regarded anthologies, from award-winning flash fiction to numerous blog posts (her own and guest posts for other sites/organizations). Morse has written three pieces for the upcoming 2017 WWG anthology, recently published a collection of her own persona poetry, and is working on her debut fantasy novel "Divinia" (due out later this year). Did we mention she runs a boutique publishing house? Busy woman but not spread too thin to attend almost every Saturday critique session at SHSU and relish her position as 2017 WWG Board Secretary. For more information about Morse, visit :

Flooded By: A Persona Poetry Collection

Poet and curator T. Haven Morse presents Flooded By, A Persona Poetry Collection. The pages within contain the lives of sixty people. Sixty glimpses into psyches and souls of emotionally driven individuals. People like you and me, filled with anger, jealousy, joy, and wonder. Spend time getting to know them, forging connections. See who you fall in love with, who you disdain, who you want to invite out for coffee and who you’d like to forget by the end of the book. Jump into the water and see who and what you’ll be flooded by.

In Media Res: Stories from the In-Between

In Medias Res: Stories from the In-Between is a collection of stories put together by Writespace, a Houston-based literary center. These stores focus on characters who are thrown into or stuck between different cultures, communities, families, races, genders, self-images, dimensions, or continents. They explore the gray area—the uncomfortable, the undefined. These are characters in the middle of it all: middle children, mediators, people in the middle of their lives, in the middle of a mess—“in-between.”

Find Jody's story, "Middle Stream," in this collection.

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