Clay Morgan is a writer, professor, and speaker from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who writes about pop culture, history, and the meaning of life. He is the author of Undead: Revived, Resuscitated, and Reborn--a look at spiritual life and jaw-dropping biblical miracles through the lens of pop culture and quirkiness.
Most days you can find Clay doing his best Dead Poets Society impersonation at a couple of local colleges where he teaches history and political courses. He believes that most everything can be explained via movie references, song lyrics, and humor.
A proud Gen Xer, Clay has dined with a European president, moonlighted with a Russian spy, walked away from more car wrecks than Evel Knievel, and once took second place in a roller skating limbo contest. Read about similar adventures and more at ClayWrites.com.