Lee On Literature

Since June 2011, Lee Miller has been writing a bi-monthly blog for the Santa Fe Reporter called “Lee On Literature” which examines current events through the lens of great books. The 650 word column reexamines lost classics that may be out of public consciousness, resurrecting awareness of forgotten, high quality books. The blogs provide distinct insight upon current events via the “human IQ” of established classics.


Samples of “Lee On Literature”:

What Albert Camus’ The Plague can teach us about ISIS, Gaza and Ferguson (September 2014)

Automated Financial Trading and Kurt Vonnegut’s Player Piano (October 2012)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Oscar Pistorius (March 2013)

Graduation and Ralph Elison’s Invisible Man (June 2013)

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and the New Wave of Mass Shootings (Feb 2013)

Lee On Literature 2014: Year in Review (January 2015)