Jason Lee is the author of the double volume The Metaphysics of Mass Art-Cultural Ontology (New York: Mellen, 1999) and Pervasive Perversions- Child Sexual Abuse in Media/Culture. He is also the author of five collections of poetry and was a prize winner in the 2005 Salisbury Arts Festival. His collection Lost Passports was compared by David Morley, editor of The New Poetry and Director of Creative Writing at Warwick University, to William Blake. He has taught literature, film and creative writing at the University of Essex, the University of Central Lancashire, the University of Hertfordshire, St Martin's College/the University of Cumbria, and has been a visiting lecturer at Lancaster University, Manchester Metropolitan University and Southampton Solent University.
He is currently working on a book for Rodopi called Celluloid Consciousness and a collection of short stories provisionally entitled Love Through A Lens.