Lewis has a rich and complex relationship with American culture, upon which his writing has drawn as deeply as it has influenced. This quartet is a four novel series, each of which follows the leaders of American culture through a decade of their lives, thereby tracing the very substance of America's contemporary history through its unfolding.
Jeffrey Lewis is an American author whose most influential and wildly popular writing went unread by his many devoted fans and supporters. Instead, they watched Hill Street Blues in their millions. He has won a string of awards for his novels including the Independent Publishers Gold Medal for Literary Fiction. He has also received two Emmy Awards and the Writer’s Guild Award for his work as a television writer and producer.