Chris Bull is a book author and contributor to USA Today, The Washington Post Magazine and GQ. He was national correspondent for The Advocate where he covered congress, the White House, Supreme Court and federal agencies. He has written on hate crimes, political activism, and education issues.
Chris Bull is co-author of Perfect Enemies: The Battle between the Religious Right and the Gay Rights Movement and The Accidental Activist. He is co-editor of At Ground Zero: 25 Stories from Young Reporters Who Were There. Bull is a recipient of an Alicia Patterson Journalism Foundation Fellowship for 2000, the recipient of NLGJA Honors for a series of articles and a finalist for the Livingston Award.