Scott Tracy Griffin is the author of Tarzan: The Centennial Celebration (Titan Books, 2012), the only authorized illustrated history of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ immortal literary character, and a 2013 Locus Award finalist for Best Art Book.

Griffin’s career as a writer, pop culture historian, and consultant began in 1993. Print publications for which Griffin has written include Cinefantastique, FilmFax, Femme Fatale, The Burroughs Bulletin, Mississippi Magazine, and AlterEgo.  His online editorial contributions have been featured in the Huffington Post, Amazon’s Hollywonk,, MTV Geek, Flavor Wire, Man of La Book, and

Griffin scripted a 13-week arc for United Feature’s Tarzan Sunday comic strip in 1996, and the forward to Tarzan in the City of Gold (Titan Books, 2014). He’s been the moderator for the annual Edgar Rice Burroughs panel at Comic Con International in San Diego since 2012.

He has served as a consultant and on-camera interviewee for numerous Tarzan documentaries, including Arts & Entertainment Biography’s Tarzan: The Legacy of Edgar Rice Burroughs (1996); Canadian InformAction’s Investigating Tarzan (1997); London Weekend Television’s In Search of Tarzan (1999); Tarzan: Silver Screen King of the Jungle (2004) and the award-winning Tarzan, Lord of the Louisiana Jungle (2012). In 1997, Griffin participated in numerous interviews as the “Tarzan expert-on-call” promoting American Movie Classics’ first Tarzan Marathon; subsequent television appearances include CBS This Morning, Turner Network Television’s Rough Cuts, WCBI TV’s Midday (Columbus, MS), WHAS News (Louisville, KY), and the syndicated Eye on L.A. Podcasts and radio interviews include BBC Channel 3, BBC Channel 4, The Bill Moller Show (WGN, Chicago), and Bob Andelman’s Mr. Media.

The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Daily News, Washington Post, San Diego Union-Tribune, Sacramento Bee, Memphis’ Commercial Appeal, New Orleans’ Times Picayune, Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger, Santa Monica Mirror, The Argonaut (Santa Monica), Starkville Daily News, and Town and Gown magazine are among the
well-known publications that have covered Griffin’s work.

A resident of Southern California, Griffin graduated from Millsaps College in Jackson,
Mississippi with a Bachelor’s degree in sociology.

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