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Harold Taw

County: King County




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Harold Taw is a writer whose debut novel, Adventures of the Karaoke King (Amazon Encore 2011), is a karaoke grail quest about people who keep falling just short of their dreams. A participant in the 2009 Artist Trust EDGE Program for Writers and the 2011 Jack Straw Writers Program, he received an Artist Trust GAP Award to research his second novel Saturday’s Child, garnered accolades for his screenplay Dog Park, and had his work featured on National Public Radio and in a New York Times bestselling anthology. Harold graduated from Yale Law School and as a Fulbright Scholar studied prostitution and the AIDS epidemic in rural Thailand.

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