Peter Gethers is the president of Random House Studio, an editor-at-large for Random House, Inc., a television and film writer and producer, the author of eleven books, and a playwright. Among his books: the bestselling non-fiction trilogy about his extraordinary cat Norton, The Cat Who Went to Paris, A Cat Abroad, and The Cat Who'll Live Forever, and his latest novel, Ask Bob. He has written several television series, including Kate & Allie, and currently is an Executive Producer on the hit Food Network show, Heartland Table. In the theater, in addition to being the co-creator of Old Jews Telling Jokes, he is the co-creator of A Bed and a Chair: Love in New York, the first collaboration between Stephen Sondheim and Wynton Marsalis. As a book editor and publisher he has worked with Lidia Bastianich, Roy Blount, Jr., Jimmy Carter, John Feinstein, William Goldman, Pete Hamill, Carl Hiaasen, Robert Hughes, Bill James, Kitty Kelley, Caroline Kennedy, Stephen Sondheim, Barbara Walters and many others. He is one of the co-creators of Rotisserie League Baseball and, as a result, is the longest continuous fantasy sports player in the world. As you read this, he is probably trying to take a nap.