Chris Morris is the deputy Living Arts editor at The Boston Globe. She oversees the Globe's award-winning Food and Travel sections for print and digital, as well as the Parenting Unfiltered newsletter and column. She came to the Globe in 2002 and previously served as the Globe’s Night Editor and Sunday Page One editor. Prior to coming to the Globe, she was a reporter and editor at the Concord Monitor in Concord, N.H. Occasionally Chris finds the time to write, such as when her home was invaded by bats and when her optician gave her a hard time about wanting to order glasses online to save money. She’s also written about mothers and daughters bonding over Taylor Swift and, for Survey Says (a column she shares with travel writer Christopher Muther about random, absurd, and occasionally useful polls from the world of travel), about how some people in Massachusetts long to move to New Hampshire. She is also the creator of the Back to Boston section, a comprehensive, post-pandemic guide to eating, drinking, and staying in Boston, full of ideas for tourists and residents alike. Chris would like to hear from you about anything related to food, travel, and life in general. Reach her at email@example.com and follow her on X (Twitter) at @morrisglobe.