Fuller, Jack (William)

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FULLER, Jack (William)

FULLER, Jack (William). American, b. 1946. Genres: Novels. Career: Admitted to the bar of Illinois, 1974. Chicago Tribune, IL, reporter, 1973-75, Washington correspondent, 1977-78, editorial writer, 1978-79, deputy editorial page editor, 1979-82, editorial page editor, 1982-87, executive editor, 1987-89, editor, 1990-93, president, 1993-, publisher, 1994-97; U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC, special assistant to the attorney general, 1975-76; Tribune Publishing Co, president, 1997-. University of Chicago, trustee; Field Museum of Chicago, trustee; American Academy of Arts & Sciences, fellow; Inter American Press Association, president. Publications: NOVELS: Convergence, 1982; Fragments, 1984; Mass, 1985; Our Fathers' Shadows, 1987; Legend's End, 1990; The Best of Jackson Payne, 2000. NON-FICTION: News Values, 1996. Address: c/o Tribune Publishing Co, 435 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611, U.S.A.