‘Walk to Kulentufu’ was set in Bondi and New Guinea and published by J M Dent in hardback. A later paperback edition was published by Heinemann.
‘The Day My Publisher Turned into a Dog’ was on Dymock’s bestseller list.
‘Patent Lies’ was based on colonial divisions and rivalries between James Cook and Joseph Banks (including Morgan's re-write of Cook's diaries) and published by Allen and Unwin.
‘Songs from the Iron Age - A Story of David’ is a recent ebook release and is based on extensive archeological research Morgan conducted in Israel.
Gail Morgan also wrote the music and book for a musical which was a sellout at Wollongong IPAC. ‘Valentino’ was invited to The New York Fringe Festival.
Praise for Gail Morgan:
"Gail Morgan's feel for the power of traditional story - narratives about growing up, weighing the world, confronting your moral lacunae - impresses and attracts."
"This is a closely woven quasi-mystery , clever in its conception, written with flair and imagination. An intellectual pursuit, both astute and darkly humorous"
~ SUZANNE DONISTHORPE, on Patent Lies, Australia Today.
" ..... a Sicilian migrant, a soapie star and others are seeking the lost journal of James Cook, quotations from which are a sheer delight"
~ DENNIS DAVISON, on Patent Lies in The best in new books, The Sydney Morning Herald.
"...this venture into the past is ambitiously original. It doesn't try to copy Broadway musicals. It doesn't try to copy old Hollywood. What it does is entertain."
~ JOHN JORDAN, New York Festival Propaganda Magazine