Morgan worked for many years in public relations, first with Memorial University of Newfoundland, and later with the Newfoundland Teachers' Association. Many of her short stories have been published in small magazines, anthologies, and school textbooks.
In 1992, her first novel, Random Passage, was published. The sequel to her first novel, Waiting for Time (1994), was awarded the 1995 Thomas Head Raddall Award. Her third novel, Cloud of Bone, was released in August, 2007.
In 2002, the four-part TV mini-series Random Passage, produced by Barbara Doran, was aired in Canada by the Canadian Broadcasting Company and in Ireland. The screenplay by St. John's writer Des Walsh, was based on Morgan's first two novels. The film site remained as a tourist attraction after the series ended.
The mother of a son and two daughters, she lives in St. John's.
- Random Passage (1992), ISBN 1-55081-043-X
- Waiting for Time (1994), ISBN 1-55081-080-4
- Cloud of Bone (2007), ISBN 978-0-676-97938-1
- From This Place: A Selection of Writing by Women of Newfoundland and Labrador (1977), ISBN 0-920502-02-4 (edited with Helen Porter and Geraldine Rubia)
- Danielle Fuller. Writing the Everyday: Women's Textual Communities in Atlantic Canada. McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP; 13 October 2004. ISBN 978-0-7735-2806-2. p. 154, 280.
- Lisa De Leon. Writers of Newfoundland and Labrador: Twentieth Century. Jesperson Press; 1 January 1985. ISBN 978-0-920502-58-7. p. 277.
- "In Newfoundland, even the tourist-attraction outport risks disappearing". National Post, Graeme Hamilton. March 20, 2018
- "Random Passage site operators crowdfunding desperately needed repairs". CBC News. Feb 02, 2018
- "Order of Canada a 'surprise' for N.L. author Helen Fogwill Porter". CBC News · Jan 01, 2016
- "Publishers, writers rally against N.L. book tax". Lindsay Bird · CBC News · Apr 25, 2016
- Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Words at Large; Bernice Morgan Interview. Accessed 31 January 2008.