Professor Jason Lee is the author and editor of fifteen books, with work translated into ten languages. His poetry has been published in The London Magazine and has won prizes in the Salisbury International Arts Festival Competition and Aesthetic. His criticism has appeared in The Johns Hopkins University Press journal Philosophy and Literature and books include Pervasive Perversions (Free Association Books, 2005), the novel Unholy Days (Roman Books, 2011) and The Psychology of Screenwriting (Bloomsbury, 2013). His new and selected poems are being published in 2013 by Roman Books. Professor Jason Lee is Professor of Culture and Creative Writing at the University of Derby, where he is Head of Film and Media with Creative and Professional Writing.