Turner is the author of the poetry collection Not Moving, and the translator of Lu Xun’s collection of prose poetry, Weeds. His essays and reviews can be found in Los Angeles Review of Books China Channel, Hyperallergic Weekend, Music & Literature, Cha, and other journals. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and co-translator, Haiying Weng.;Haiying Weng is from Beijing. She is co-translator, along with Matt Turner, of Hu Jiujiu’s collection Fog, Yan Jun’s poetry collection 100 Poems of 1000 Elephants, Chan Chi Tak’s Hong Kong Lights, and several other titles, along with essays by art critic Ou Ning. She worked at the Tang Center for Early China, at Columbia University, and lived in Brooklyn at the time of publication.