Simon Lee

Simon Lee is assistant professor of English at Texas State University. He researches and writes about British literature and culture, specifically on the intersections of space, identity, and working-class culture. He splits his time between Los Angeles and Austin.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

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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