A graduate of the University of North Carolina and Duke Law School, James Garrison practiced law until returning to his first loves: writing and reading good literature. His novel, QL 4 (TouchPoint Press 2017), set in the Mekong Delta during the Vietnam War, has won awards for literary and military fiction, and it was a finalist for the 2018 Montaigne Medal. His most recent novel, The Safecracker (TouchPoint Press 2019), has won legal thriller awards, and it was a category finalist in the 2020 Eric Hoffer Book Awards. His creative nonfiction and fiction works and poems have appeared in literary magazines and anthologies. Sheila-Na-Gig nominated 'Lost: On the Staten Island Ferry' for a 2018 Pushcart prize. His most recent novel, What Seems True, set for release by TouchPoint Press on September 2021, was inspired by the 1979 murder of the first Black supervisor at a Texas Gulf Coast refinery, a crime for which the shooter was never convicted.
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