Literary Lost, the book

“Lost and Lit” is a weblog dedicated to the critical examination of the hit series Lost (abc) through the lens of other narratives in different media, especially literary fiction.  I provide commentary on diegetic works of literature, those that are actually featured in scenes such as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, but also texts that may have inspired a certain theme or idea but are never explicitly referenced on the show. Most of the material here is based on season 6, but I’m currently working on a book that will approach the narrative as a whole. If you would like more information on the book, Literary Lost: Viewing Television Through the Lens of Literature, please contact me at the email address below.


Sarah Clarke Stuart teaches composition and literature at the University of North Florida. She is an enthusiastic viewer of Lost and an active participant in the online discourse surrounding the show. In 2008 she began developing a course at the university using Lost as the central narrative; now she has several special topic courses based on the series. She has also taught Lost classes for the general public in downtown Jacksonville and at UNF’s Continuing Education Center.

Stuart is a writer of both fiction and non-fiction and has been teaching college writing and literature for several years. Currently, she spends her nights writing about the literary adventures of Lost.

Contact:  lostandlit@gmail.com


One Response to “About”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    is that your jerk of an ex husband on the cover

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