Author Clifford Garstang is Recipient of the Library of Virginia Literary Award for Fiction
Clifford Garstang has volunteered with the Peace Corps in South Korea, practiced international law in Singapore, Chicago, and Los Angeles, and worked with the World Bank in Washington D.C. as Senior Counsel for East Asia.
Garstang is also an author. He now resides in Staunton, Virginia, and has published two books with Winston-Salem-based Press 53. His most recent book is titled What the Zhang Boys Know. The stories in the novel tell of the intersecting lives of a group of tenants who live in a condominium building near Washington D.C.’s Chinatown.
In 2013, Garstang received the Library of Virginia Literary Award for Fiction, an award given to outstanding Virginia authors.
Garstang is currently working on an upcoming anthology for Press 53, and serves as the editor-in-chief for Prime Number Literary Magazine. For an extended interview, tune in to Triad Arts Weekend Friday at 1:00pm and Sunday at 4:00pm.