Jim Lewis

Jim Lewis was born in Cleveland and raised in New York and London. He’s the author of four novels, Sister, Why the Tree Loves the Ax, The King Is Dead, and, most recently, Ghosts of New York. His short fiction has appeared in Tin House and Zoetrope All-Story, among others, and his essays and reportage have been published in a host of magazines, including Granta, the New York Times Magazine, The Yale Review, Vanity Fair, Slate, the Intercept, and Wired. Moreover, he has written about visual art for many magazines, and some 30 catalogs and monographs, published by various galleries and museums, among them, the Whitney in New York, San Francisco–MoMA, Los Angeles–MoCA, and Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.

Books by Jim Lewis
Ghosts of New York