C.E. Morgan (b. 1976) is an American author. She won the 2016 Windham–Campbell Literature Prize, among other honors.
As an undergraduate, Morgan studied voice at Berea College, a tuition-free labor college for students from poor and working-class backgrounds in Appalachia. In exchange for a free education, all students work for the college while enrolled. Morgan also attended Harvard Divinity School, where she studied literature and religion. She wrote All the Living while at Harvard. She lives in Kentucky.
Books in order of publication:
All the Living – 2009
The Sport of Kings – 2016
31 Verses: Thirty One Inspirational Biblical Verses And Inspirational Quotes For The Recovering Addict – 2017