"Fei Dao" (the name should be treated as a single indivisible unit) is the pen name of Mr. Jia Liyuan. Born in 1983 in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China, Fei Dao received his Ph.D. in Literature from Tsinghua University. Currently, he pursues research at Beijing Normal University. He is the author of short story collections Innocence and Its Fabrications, The Storytelling Robot, Chinese Scifi Blockbusters, and The Long Journey to Death. Previous publications in translation include Italian and English editions of "A Story of the End of the World" and "The Demon's Head." He has also been published academically in journals such as Science Fiction Studies, Literary Review, Contemporary Writers Review, Dushu, and Comparative Literature in China.

Fei Dao has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

The Robot Who Liked to Tell Tall Tales

FICTION by Fei Dao, translated by Ken Liu in Issue 127 – April 2017

Once upon a time there was a king. He was brave and clever and blessed with good luck. As you might expect, he ended up unifying the world, and even made plans to conquer the sun. Most remarkably, he did everything aboveboard and never lied. The people loved him and wanted to emulate his example. […]
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