Kass Morgan is a young-adult fiction writer and editor. She is the author of The 100 book series, which includes The 100, Day 21, Homecoming, and Rebellion. The eponymous TV series is based off her works.
Morgan was born in New York July 21, 1984, and lives in Brooklyn. She studied literature at Brown University (Bachelor's degree) and Oxford (Master's), and is a fan of science fiction and Victorian novels.
In the afterword of The 100, she thanks her family—father, Sam Henry Kass; mother, Marcia Bloom; brother, Petey Kass; grandparents, Nance, Peter, Nicky, and David; and the Kass/Bloom/Greenfield clans.
- Gossip Girl: It's the End of the World and I Love It (2013 novella)
- Morgan, Kass (26 March 2014) "11 Things You Learn When Your Book Is Turned Into A TV Show" Huff Post Books.
- The 100 book series:
- Light Years book series:
- Light Years (October 9, 2018) (ISBN 978-0316510448)
- Visited the set of TV series in the week of September 7 while filming Season Two.
- Called in on the internet episode of After Buzz for the last episode of season two review.
- Revealed she follows William Shatner on twitter, and he is a huge fan of the show.
- Kass Morgan background in classic literature works its way into the story ― many of her characters are named after popular science fiction writers.
- Clarke Griffin - Arthur C. Clarke, was a British science fiction writer, science writer and futurist.
- Wells Jaha - H. G. Wells, an English writer in many genres, and called father of science fiction.
- Octavia Blake - Octavia E. Butler, Female writer, first science fiction writer to win the Genius Grant.
- Bellamy Blake - Edward Bellamy, American author and socialist, and futurist writings.
See Also Edit
|The 100 Book Series|
- Kass Morgan Bio at Alloy Entertainment
- Kass Morgan on Wikipedia
- Kass Morgan on Twitter @kassmorganbooks
- ↑ http://www.ew.com/article/2016/05/09/kass-morgan-100-rebellion
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Phone interview with Kass Morgan on AfterBuzz TV Season 2 Episode 16 Review
- ↑ Author Of 'The 100' Series On The Centuries-Long History Of Dystopias, The Huffington Post, 07/08/2016