Jeremy Lewis

After leaving Trinity College, Dublin, in 1965, Jeremy Lewis worked for many years in publishing: he was a director of Chatto and Windus for ten years, and Deputy Editor of the ‘London Magazine’ from 1991 to 1994. A freelance writer and editor, he has written introductory essays to reissues of books by Surtees, Sapper, Roy Fuller, E.W. Hornung, H.G. Wells, Anthony Hope, Mr Pooter and Sinclair Lewis; he contributed an essay on ‘Office Life’ to D.J. Enright’s ‘Fair of Speech’, and edited ‘The Chatto Book of Office Life’. He is currently writing the authorised biography of Cyril Connolly. A committee member of the R.S. Surtees Society and a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, Jeremy Lewis is married with two daughters and lives near Richmond Park.

Books by Jeremy Lewis