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Grant CarringtonGrant Carrington

Born in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1938, the middle child of Alfred and Margaret Carrington, Grant Carrington grew up in the suburban town of North Haven, graduating from North Haven High in 1956, getting bachelors and masters degrees in math from NYU and the University of Florida respectively. He has worked as a computer programmer for Goddard Space Flight Center, the University of Florida, the Naval Telecommunications Command, Savannah River Ecology Lab, Westinghouse Corporation, and the Treasury Department of the United States, from which he retired in 2004.

Grant Carrington has published one novel, Time’s Fool, soon to be republished by Variations on a Theme, plus about 40 short stories in science fiction, literary, and men’s magazines, three songs, numerous book & record reviews, several articles, and even a short-lived column, as well as having five plays produced in Baltimore. His CDs, Songs Without Wisdom and Ancient Laughter, are available at CDBaby.

Current Titles
    Grant Carrington Talks About Music and Writing

    Author Grant Carrington appeared February 4th, 2014 on “The Song,” a musical arts program on FCAT.TV.