Lee, Tom McInnes

University of Western Sydney
Tom Lee is a Sydney based poet who is has just submitted his doctoral thesis on the prose fiction of the late W. G. Sebald. He wrote his thesis as a member of the Writing and Society Research Centre at the University of Western Sydney. His poetry and poetry criticism has featured in Overland Magazine, Southerly Journal, Blackbox Manifold, Steamer, whenpressed.net and The Reader. His poem 'Plateau' was commended in the 2008 Judith Wright Poetry Awards. A selection of his creative and critical work is viewable at http://tomfredlee.wordpress.com


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    Since the late 1990s, W. G. Sebald’s innovative contribution to the genre of prose fiction has been the source of much academic scrutiny. His books Vertigo, The Rings of Saturn, The Emigrants and Austerlitz have provoked interest from diverse fields of inquiry: visual communication (Kilbourn; Patt; Zadokerski), trauma studies (Denham and McCulloh;...Read more