Reading ➿ A Garden Fed by Lightning Author Marshall Moore –

A Garden Fed by Lightning 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.

About the Author: Marshall Moore

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

10 thoughts on “A Garden Fed by Lightning

  1. says:

    Marshall Moore is as great as ever Here are eerie stories filled with the weirdness that makes me love his writing.

  2. says:

    A Garden Fed by Lightning is a fascinating collection of short stories ranging from only slightly odd to full blown horror There s definitely a story that will appeal to everyone There were a few stories that I felt a little indifferent about They were good, and there wa

  3. says:

    Short ReviewA Garden Fed by Lightning is a collection of eclectic short stories that shouldn t workbut do Full ReviewI am a big fan of short story collections, and A Garden Fed by Lightning was just my type of book A book full of bizarre stories in various genres Sign me up The

  4. says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, sorry it took me so long to read, the holidays really threw me off scheduled The stories cover a wide array of topics, from The dark side of the moon to a wine ...

  5. says:

    I won this book via Goodreads Firstreads Giveaway I received a paperback copy.

  6. says:

    This collection of short stories left me reeling I wasn t sure what to expect going in, and I was definitely not prepared for the rich, dark, and quirky stories that awaited me After the first few stories, I became familiar with Moore s writing and his propensity to twist each story at its end also

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