Gary K. Wolf has published five science fiction novels and scores of short stories. He is best known as the celebrated author of Who Censored Roger Rabbit? Walt Disney Pictures and Steven Spielberg turned Wolf’s literary vision of humans cohabitating with animated characters into the blockbuster film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The film got four Academy Awards and won Wolf the Hugo Award.
In perhaps the oddest collaboration ever, Wolf co-wrote his newest science fiction novel, Space Vulture, with his lifelong friend John J. Myers, the Catholic Archbishop of Newark.
Wolf lives in Boston.