Morgan Wade’s first novel, The Last Stoic, edited by Helen Humphreys, was long-listed for the ReLit Prize. His second novel, Bottle and Glass, was featured in the Kingston Writers Fest 2016. In conjunction with Theatre Kingston, Morgan adapted the novel into a site-specific, immersive play that ran through five sold out shows in October 2016.  Audience members followed the story through the streets and pubs of Kingston, walking and drinking along with the characters. In the spring of 2017 he collaborated with the Thousand Islands Playhouse in Gananoque to develop a new script for the Sunset Ceremonies at Fort Henry.  In December 2019, he launched Paper and Rags, the sequel to Bottle and Glass.  His short stories and poems have been published in Canadian literary journals and anthologies, including, The New Quarterly and The Nashwaak Review. Morgan attended the Humber School of Writing and worked with mentor Michael Helm. He lives in Kingston, Ontario.

When not writing, he earns his keep as a software engineer.

Morgan lives in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Email: morgan [at]