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Hello! Below you’ll find a lovely third-person bio, but I’d rather give you a different first impression.
My name is Kameron. My pronouns are they/them, I’m genderqueer, and I’m bisexual.
I’m also a writer. I think that’s really the most important thing about me. If you really want to help me out, support me on Patreon. I’m hoping that there’s something I do that brings you joy, and with Patreon, I can give you a little of that joy every week. There you’ll find reflections on my published works, exclusive zines, and a series I call ‘Writing on Writing’ that includes short essays, writing exercises, and the art I’m consuming that help feeds my creativity. At higher tiers, you’ll have access to Tarot readings and monthly postcards.
Regardless of your ability to give, I make sure there’s free content on my website for everyone to enjoy. Take a look around, and by all means, reach out! Connecting with people, especially people who love writing, is one of my favorite things to do.
Kameron Ray Morton is an MFA candidate in fiction and translation at Columbia University. Their prose has appeared or is forthcoming in Eclectica Magazine, Permafrost Magazine, and Valparaiso Fiction Review, among others. Their flash fiction “Broken” received Honorable Mention in Coastal Shelf‘s Ceiling 100 Contest. Currently, they work as a Senior Prose Editor for Typehouse Literary Magazine. They feel pressured to drink less coffee, but find their best ideas emerge from a caffeine-induced high. Follow them on Instagram @tallsoyflatwhite.