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Jarosław Grzędowicz (born May 3, 1965 in Wrocław) is a Polish science-fiction and fantasy writer. His first published piece was a short story in 1982. He was one of the founders of Fenix magazine in 1990 and its chief editor from 1993 till its closure in 2001. In the meantime he has published several short stories and translated several comic books. He has been a journalist of Gazeta Polska. His first short story collection was published in 2003. His first novel (Pan Lodowego Ogrodu) was published in 2005, his second, Popiół i kurz., in 2006. In 2006 he received Janusz A. Zajdel Award in both possible categories: for novel Pan Lodowego Ogrodu, tom I and short story Wilcza zamieć, and in 2007 Popiół i kurz won in the novel category. He is married to Maja Lidia Kossakowska, also a Polish fantasy writer.