Katie Da Cunha Lewin

Katie Da Cunha Lewin is a researcher based in London. She has a PhD in literature, focusing on the novels of J. M. Coetzee and Don DeLillo. She is the co-editor of Don DeLillo: Contemporary Critical Perspectives, published by Bloomsbury, and recently wrote an entry on Don DeLillo for the Dictionary of Literary Biography. She teaches courses on literature, theory, and film at the University of Sussex, the IF Project, and Picturehouse Cinemas.


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Shape Made of Smoke: Ben Marcus’s “Notes from the Fog”
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