Jon Courtenay Grimwood

Jon Courtenay Grimwood was born in Malta and christened in the upturned bell of a ship. He grew up in the Far East, Britain and Scandinavia. Apart from writing novels he works for magazines and newspapers. For five years he wrote a monthly review column for The Guardian.

JCG's novels Felaheen and End of the World Blues, won
the BSFA Award for Best Novel. He has been shortlisted twice for the
Arthur C. Clarke Award, and shortlisted for the British Fantasy Award,
the August Derleth Award (UK), John W Campbell Memorial Award (US),
among other awards.

He is married to the journalist and novelist Sam Baker, currently editor-in-chief of Red. They divide their time between London and Winchester.

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Jon Courtenay Grimwood was born in Malta and christened in the upturned bell of a ship. He grew up in the Far East, Britain and Scandinavia. Apart from writing novels he works for magazines and newspapers. For five years he wrote a monthly review column for The Guardian.

JCG's novels Felaheen and End of the World Blues, won
the BSFA Award for Best Novel. He has been shortlisted twice for the
Arthur C. Clarke Award, and shortlisted for the British Fantasy Award,
the August Derleth Award (UK), John W Campbell Memorial Award (US),
among other awards.

He is married to the journalist and novelist Sam Baker, currently editor-in-chief of Red. They divide their time between London and Winchester.

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