A garden fed by lightning

Marshall MOORE

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    Abstract

    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.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationHong Kong
    PublisherSignal 8 Press
    Number of pages222
    ISBN (Print)9789881219831
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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    MOORE, M. (2016). A garden fed by lightning. Signal 8 Press.