Ken Baker is an author, journalist and TV personality. Ken's debut novel "Fangirl" tells the story of a pop star who falls for a devoted fan and gets caught up in a tabloid-ready love triangle. Ken has cited as inspiration for the teen love story his front-row seat to the world of celebrity fandom as E! Entertainment's Chief News Correspondent.
The Buffalo, New York, native's first foray into writing was the keeping of a personal journal, which he kept through his college years at Colgate University and later at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. His early penchant for personal reflection laid the foundation for his first book, "Man Made: A Memoir of My Body," which told the story of his battle with a brain tumor that he overcame at age 28. Ken followed up that critically-acclaimed book with another memoir, "They Don't Play Hockey in Heaven," which chronicled the year he spent as a pro hockey goalie after recovering from his health crisis.
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