Wen-Hua Wang lives in the rural village of Puli, Taiwan. He teaches at a school surrounded by mountains. Wang is the recipient of the first prize at the Mandarin Daily News Reed Pipe Awards, and received the Golden Tripod Awards for his books The Principal Cello and The Possibility School’s Mission: Love Earth.Wang’s favorite season is autumn. In the cool autumn nights when the moon lights the skies, story worms seem to come into his head one by one. They line up standing in the moonlight, rushing to tell their own story.
Wang is busiest during this time, he quickly brews coffee, burns mosquito coils, and opens up dozens of files to take down these stories. He wishes he had 16 hands and eight keyboards to type up all the stories told by the story worms in his head. After so many years, he’s listened to the stories of these story worms, and has written many great books. For more on the author, please visit his website at fest5.myweb.hinet.net, or add him as a friend on Facebook!