Jonathan Wilson is the author of A Palestine Affair, The Hiding Room, Schoom, and An Ambulance Is on the Way: Stories of Men in Trouble; and of two critical studies of the fiction of Saul Bellow. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, and Best American Short Stories, among other publications. A professor of English at Tufts University, he lives with his family in Newton, Massachusetts.
Praise for Jonathan Wilson's A Palestine Affair
"Like the best of historical fiction, Wilson's story is placed in an imagined past, but it is really happening right now . . . You're likely to stay up late reading."
- The Washington Post Book World
"An engrossing, complex, and fearless tale of politics, arts, murder, sex, and history (personal and global)."
-Anita Diamant, author of The Red Tent
"A Palestine Affair evokes, quite tangibly, the days of the Mandate. This is a true and touching act of the imagination. The book's very sexy, a nostalgic and provocative envisioning of that time. I recommend it highly."
"Worth reading? An Englishman might say: 'Rather.' An American would put it differently: 'You bet it is!' "