Tee Morris has always been a writer at heart, gaining accolades for his works in high school with an original satirical piece, Forensics: Why Bother?, winning him the title at the 1987 Mid-Atlantic Forensic and Debate Invitational. His writing appeared on stage and in print at James Madison University where he received his degree in Mass Communications and Theatre, and at The Maryland Renaissance Festival, one of the largest festivals of its kind on the East Coast. It was here portraying the character of Rafe Rafton his historical fantasy epic would take shape.
In 2002, Tee Morris makes his professional debut with three premieres. His science-fiction short story, "Asleep at the Wheel," is featured in the CrossTIME Anthology, available at Crossquarter Publishing. He can also be found contributing several sections to the e-book, The Complete Guide to Writing Fantasy, written by the members of the IFWA (Internet Fantasy Writers Association) and available at Twilight Times.
Currently, Tee is working on his first solo novel, Billibub Baddings and the Case of the Singing Sword.
Biography provided by the author, August 2002