Marshall Moore S Short Fiction Is Propelled By A Scathing Wit And A Dark Imagination, And He Does Not Shy Away From Taking Readers Down Roads That Are Less Traveled And Rarely Even Mapped In The Title Story, A Con Man Cons A Beguiling Con Artist Or Does He In Grape Night, A New Arrival In Hong Kong Enjoys The Pleasures And Terrors Of A Wine Tasting Party With Visiting Gods From The Greek Pantheon In Underground, The Minotaurs Who Secretly Control Urban Life Welcome A New Member Of Their Bloodthirsty Elite And In Cambodia, A Country S Genocidal Past And Its Cosmopolitan Present Collide Atop A Ruined Temple In A Garden Fed By Lightning, As In His Two Previous Short Story Collections, Moore Spans Multiple Genres Of Fiction And Subverts Them All.
Marshall Moore is the author of several books The Concrete Sky Haworth Press, 2003 Black Shapes in a Darkened Room Suspect Thoughts Press, 2004 An Ideal for Living Lethe Press, 2010 The Infernal Republic Signal 8 Press, 2012 Bitter Orange Signal 8 Press, 2013 and A Garden Fed by Lightning Signal 8 Press, 2016 He has also published two e chapbooks One is in Italian Il look del
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- 12 September 2017 Marshall Moore