Matthew Cheney's collection Blood: Stories (Black Lawrence Press, 2016) won the Hudson Prize, and his most recent book is Modernist Crisis and the Pedagogy of Form: Woolf, Delany, and Coetzee at the Limits of Fiction (Bloomsbury Academic, 2020). His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Where Thy Dark Eye Glances: Queering Edgar Allan Poe (ed. Berman; Lethe Press, 2013), Logorrhea: Good Words Make Good Stories (ed. Klima; Spectra, 2007), Interfictions: An Anthology of Interstitial Writing (eds. Sherman and Goss; Small Beer Press, 2007), Conjunctions, One Story, Strange Horizons, Nightmare Magazine, Weird Tales, Outlook Springs, SF Site, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Internet Review of Science Fiction, Electric Velocipede, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, and elsewhere. He wrote the introductions to Wesleyan University Press's editions of Samuel R. Delany's The Jewel-Hinged Jaw (2009), Starboard Wine (2012), and The American Shore (2014). He is the former series editor for Best American Fantasy (Prime Books, 2007, 2008; Underland Press, 2010) and the co-editor, with Eric Schaller, of the occasional online magazine The Revelator. His blog, The Mumpsimus, was nominated for a World Fantasy Award in 2005, and he has been a juror for the Speculative Literature Foundation's Fountain Award and the 2011 Shirley Jackson Awards. He lives in New Hampshire, where he is Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at Plymouth State University.