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Ken Grimwood

Kenneth Milton Grimwood (Alabama, 1944 – California, 2003) was an American author who wrote five novels, including ReplayBreakthrough, and The Voice Outside. Grimwood graduated from Bard College, after living in Paris and London. From his home in Pensacola, Florida, he began a career in broadcast journalism that eventually led to a decade as a news editor in Los Angeles. In his speculative fiction, Ken Grimwood combined themes of life-affirmation and hope with metaphysical concepts. Replay, his best-known novel, was nominated for a Nebula Award, won the World Fantasy Award, and is currently in print in seven languages.