Ron Wolfe is the co-writer of Old Fears with John Wooley. Their collaborations include two other horror novels, Death’s Door and Full Moon, a tale of lunacy under the pseudonym Mick Winters, and a failed try as greeting card writers. Wolfe is a retired newspaper feature writer and cartoonist, turned freelance writer and illustrator. His work includes the graphic novel of zombies in Camelot, Knights of the Living Dead (illustrated by Dusty Higgins); Nebula-nominated fantasy novella Our Friend Electricity, and cartoon-illustrated book of state history, Arkansas in Ink: Gunslingers, Ghosts and Other Graphic Tales. He wrote for the original comic book series of Hellraiser, creating the Cenobite sisters Bright Eyes and The Voice. His most recent work is a children’s picture book, Otto the Otter and the Great Arkansas Mystery — but still, there’s something in the woods.