Marshall Moore is an American author, publisher, and academic based in Cornwall, England. He is the author of four novels (Inhospitable, Bitter Orange, An Ideal for Living, and The Concrete Sky) and three short-fiction collections (A Garden Fed by Lightning, The Infernal Republic, and Black Shapes in a Darkened Room). With Xu Xi, he is the co-editor of the anthology The Queen of Statue Square: New Short Fiction from Hong Kong. His short stories have appeared in Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, Asia Literary Review, The Barcelona Review, and many other journals and anthologies. Recent work has appeared in the anthology Hong Kong Noir (Akashic, 2018) and the journals Menacing Hedge and Bewildering Tales. His next book is a co-edited (with Sam Meekings) book from Bloomsbury. The title is The Place and the Writer: International Intersections of Teacher Lore and Creative Writing Pedagogy. He holds a PhD in creative writing from Aberystwyth, and he teaches at Falmouth University. For more information, please visit www.marshallmoore.com.