Michael Lewis pursued a career on Wall Street for several years until he left to write a book about it-Liar's Poker. He is also the author of The Money Culture and The New New Thing. A regular columnist for The New York Times Magazine, he has been a senior editor at The New Republic, as well as the American editor of The Spectator. He grew up in New Orleans and now lives in Paris, France.
"A fresh, hilarious must read... [Losers] is a winner."-
"Hilarious, genuinely funny, and insightful, the work of a truly gifted writer."- The Wall Street Journal
"A great book... Hilarious, unsettling... [and] wonderfully observed."- Dave Eggers, Salon
"Unveils the pomposities and absurdities of spinning campaign life with wit and restraint, with a touch, in other words, that is all the more devastating for its lightness."- Newsday