Jason Lee (CJP Lee) is the author/editor of 20 books examining the central issues of our time, from child abuse, technology, neo-Nazism, and mental health. Lee edits two book series on transgression and is the author of four crime novels. Unholy Days was featured in The Telegraph and is a set text on literature courses in the UK and Spain. Spit Roast was compared to the work of James Joyce by Football Book Reviews. Will Self wrote that Dr Cipriano’s Cell was “Foucault on ketamine, a change in the weather”. Professor of Film, Media, and Culture at De Montfort University, Lee is a chartered psychologist and was previously Professor of Culture and Creative Writing and founding head of DMU’s media school/deputy dean.
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