About P. J.

Period drama class with supervillain sass.

P. J. Morgan is lost somewhere in the wilds of Central Oregon, subsisting on subversive stories, cat snuggles, and an extremely well-loved copy of Right Ho, Jeeves.

She is a queer and non-binary (she/they) storyteller and actor with a love for playing complicated characters and wearing a dapper suit whenever possible. P. J.’s favourite roles include a darkwave-meets-Sunset-Boulevard Lady Macbeth, and a jogger who discovers a dead body on a true crime reenactment show; while her dream role is Victoria in a stage production of Victor/Victoria. P. J. holds a degree in Linguistics from UC Berkeley, and had a decade-spanning career in web development and information security before becoming a full-time narrator.

P. J. has narrated over 150 titles to date for Brilliance Audio, BeeAudio, Audible Studios, Pink Flamingo Productions, Findaway Voices, Spoken Realms, Audibly Addicted, Read Me Romance, and many independent authors.

P. J. plays both sympathetic villains and prim aristocrats with empathy and their unique brand of quirk. Their self-assured, spunky voice lends itself to Young Adult, Sci-Fi, mystery/thriller, classics, and romance. Favourite stories include workplace comedies on (space)ships, queer horror, heroes who don’t fit in, and found family.

When not in the booth, P. J. spends most of her time outside with her horses, crafting vegan meals, and diving into new hobbies with the fervour and attention span of a toddler high on breakfast cereal. She has completed National Novel Writing Month fifteen years in a row, and is currently working towards publication. She speaks French with academic fluency, and is currently obsessed with learning Thai.


P. J. narrates in their home studio using professional, industry-standard equipment:

  • VocalBooth Gold series with added bass traps
  • CAD Equitek E100S microphone
  • Audient iD14 interface
  • Studio One Artist using Punch and Roll
  • Izotope RX Standard

Skills and training:

  • Audiobook Narration training with Paul Alan Ruben, Carol Monda, Sean Allen Pratt, Elise Arsenault, Emily Woo Zeller, Andi Arndt, and Tanya Eby
  • Studied opera with Zachary Gordin and Layne Littlepage
  • Many years of musical ensemble experience with a wide variety of instruments, especially soprano recorder and bass guitar
  • Over a decade of theatre experience (from avant garde to professional), network TV and feature film credits
  • Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics (emphasis on Phonetics), minor degree in French Language Studies
  • Prior career designing voice user interfaces for Fortune 500 clients and casting and directing voice talent, audio editing

Accents and languages:

  • Native speaker of “General American” (California) English
  • Able to narrate long-form in the following accents: US – General, Boston, Southern soft ‘R’, Southern hard ‘R’; UK – RP, Estuary, Cockney
  • Conversational accents: Russian, German, Irish, Scottish, Texas, Midwestern US, Australian, French
  • Conversational and academic fluency in the French language
  • Basic language skills in Thai, German, Welsh, Spanish, and Latin
  • Proficiency in learning new languages and dialects quickly and accurately
  • Well versed in the International Phonetic Alphabet


  • Queer studies, especially in the horror genre
  • Veganism, animal rights activism (vegan for over 20 years)
  • Life-long horse owner and trainer – natural horse keeping (paddock paradise, barefoot trimming, enrichment, and enlightened training)
  • National Novel Writing Month (Municipal Liaison volunteer since 2008)
  • Crafting: crochet and knit
  • Social justice and DEI work
  • Dialectology, second language acquisition
  • IT security, Identity and Access Management (IAM), web and software development (20 year career), programming languages (python and PHP)
  • Hiking, strength training, roller derby