Stephen Hunter is currently an acclaimed film critic for The Washington Post, and prior to that, for many years, the much-praised and admired film critic of the Baltimore Sun.
He’s also in the top-tier of active American novelists, with bestsellers ranging from Black Light to Hot Springs to his most recent, Pale Horse Coming (2001).
The 1998 winner of the prestigious 1998 American Society of Newspaper Editors “Distinguished Writing Award” for his film criticism, he has been repeatedly nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, and was a finalist in 1995 and 1996.
Several of his books are in development as movies.
Born in Illinois, and a graduate of Northwestern University, Hunter today lives in Baltimore, MD, his adopted hometown.