Jeffrey Miller has spent over three decades in Asia as a university lecturer and writer, including six years as a feature writer for The Korea Times, South Korea’s oldest English-language newspaper. Originally from LaSalle, Illinois, he relocated to South Korea in 1990, where he nurtured a love for spicy Korean food, Buddhist temples, and East Asian History. He is the author of eight novels and two collections of short stories. His first novel, War Remains, won first prize in literary fiction from the Military Writers Society of America in 2011. Other works include Ice Cream Headache, Bureau 39, The Day the Earth Swallowed Louis, and The Hatchet Man.