Bibliography: Lost has generated a good deal of critical analysis and writings published elsewhere. This page collects an annotated and alphabetical list of critical and academic articles, books, and resources about the show. It is not a collection of news stories, reviews, novels, or general websites.
Meg Donhauser, Heather Hersey, Brien Gorham, & Cathy Stutzman, "Nobody Does It Alone: Whispers from the LOST Community".
Recapture of the magic of television's LOST through the eyes of its devoted fan base. "Losties" from all around the globe recount their favorite moments and discuss the show's themes and mysteries through the lens of their own lives. It's time to go back to the Island once more.
by Pearson Moore, Nikki Stafford, Paul Wright PhD, Jo Garfein, Erika Olson, Jennifer Galicinski, C. David Milles, Sarah Clarke Stuart, Amy Bauer PhD, Michelle Lang PhD, Antonio Savorelli PhD, Abby Letak, Jeffrey Frame "LOST Thought University Edition: Leading Thinkers Discuss Lost".
Among the 500-plus large-format pages of LOST Thought University Edition you will find 32 compelling questions posed by two dozen of the world’s leading authorities in literary analysis, film theory, theatre, art, theology, language, and music—as well as the most recognized names in the LOST blogosphere. With fascinating discussions touching on thousands of novel ideas, you will discover new ways of thinking about the thesis, major themes, character arcs, and original concepts given form and substance in one of television’s greatest artistic achievements..
Pearson Moore, "LOST Reality: The Sideways World of Season 6".
Damitio, Chris. "Lost in Transmediality: Exploring Television's LOST and it's fans".
Available as book or download at publisher website 
A look at the hit television series LOST. In this anthropological study, the author looks at the production team, the actors, and the story of LOST while delving into what it is that makes this show a hit with the fans. Never before published interviews with the producers, in depth looks at the fan community, and an examination of what it takes to make a show like LOST.
Dougherty, Robert. "Lost Episode Guide For Others: An Unofficial Anthology".
Anderson, Christopher, "Television Networks and the Uses of Drama," in Thinking Outside the Box: A Contemporary Television Genre Reader, edited by Gary Edgerton & Brian Rose (Lexington: *University of Kentucky Press, 2005), 65-87.