Jonathan Hull is the bestselling author of Losing Julia and The Distance from Normandy. His third novel, The Devoted, will be published in July 2012.
Born in Philadelphia and raised in Connecticut and Illinois, Hull joined TIME magazine after graduating from the University of California at Berkeley. Hull spent ten years as a correspondent at TIME, including three as the Jerusalem Bureau Chief. His reporting has ranged from the Gulf War and the Palestinian uprising to presidential politics and the troubled underside of American society. A cover story he wrote on youth violence won the Society of Professional Journalists' prestigious Sigma Delta Chi award for magazine journalism.
A father of two, Hull lives in Sausalito, California.