Carol Wolf

Carol Wolf is an award-winning playwright whose work has been seen on both coasts and five continents. She has written more than 20 plays including The Terrible Experiment of Jonathan Fish, Eddie and Molly’s Garden, Day/Blacknight/Morning, and The Thousandth Night, which won the London Fringe First, the Bay Area Critic’s Circle Award and the L.A. Drama Critic’s Award. She also wrote scripts for the blockbuster video games Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, and Legacy of Kain: Defiance. She has written and directed feature films, The Valley of Fear and Far From the Sea, and is currently in production with a documentary, Letters to My Grandchildren.
She graduated from Mills College and was the Levin Scholar for Playwrighting at the Mason Gross School of Arts at Rutgers. She was also the fifth woman to be knighted by the Society of Creative Anachronism—she is an expert with the broadsword.
She lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas with her husband, two border collies, and a varying number of sheep. Carol is good friends with bestselling fantasy authors Katharine Kerr and Kate Elliot and both have agreed to blurb this book.