Simon Lee

Simon Lee is a British scholar and critic currently based in Los Angeles. He has published numerous articles on British literature and culture, specifically focusing on the intersections of space and working-class history. He teaches at the University of California, Riverside.


What Makes an Immigrant Good?

Simon Lee reviews "The Good Immigrant: 26 Writers Reflect on America," which offers a range of perspectives on assimilation, pluralism, and Othering....

After The Fall

The untold story of Manchester’s post-punk outfit The Fall and its talented, volatile lead singer Mark Edward Smith....

"Autobiography: Morrissey": Two Reviews

Bigmouth Strikes: Simon Lee on Autobiography: Morrissey, by Steven Patrick Morrissey "Much of Morrissey’s identity — and indeed, his career — has ...

“Autobiography: Morrissey”: Two Reviews
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