Author Jonathan Hull spent 10 years working at Time magazine from 1988-1991 as the Jerusalem Bureau Chief and then as a National Correspondent. He has won several prestigious awards including the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi Award for Magazine Journalism. Hull now writes fiction full time and lives in Marin County with his wife and two children.
Losing Julia, Hull's first novel, is the story of a WWII vet who falls in love with the wife of his comrade in arms and their tumultuous relationship.
Listen now to Ralph Waite reading from Hull's fiction debut, Losing Julia (BDD Audio).