Frederica Morgan Davis is a writer, editor, and arts administrator guided by a mission to encourage creativity, amplify the voices of girls, women, and underrepresented communities, and connect artists and audiences. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and studied psychology at Washington University in St. Louis. At UNCW, she was a designer for the award-winning journal Ecotone, worked for Lookout Books, co-hosted the MFA Reading Series, and co-directed the Young Writers’ Workshop. She serves as the prose editor for Shenandoah. Her writing appears in storySouth, the Barely South Review, and Press Pause Press, and is forthcoming in The Normal School and New Limestone Review. She was also a member of the inaugural 2020 One Story Writing Circle, and has studied at Tin House Summer Workshop, Bread Loaf Environmental Writers, Writing x Writers, LitCamp, and Summer Literary Seminars. Previously, she worked as the Events & Communications Manager at the Conservatory of Flowers, and in publicity and marketing for various festivals and art organizations, including SFFILM, SF Sketchfest, and BroadwaySF. She has also received her 250 hours of yoga teacher training at Body & Soul Yoga Collective (formerly Laughing Lotus) and studied songwriting at Esalen.