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.
Damitio, Chris. Lost in Transmediality: Exploring Television's LOST and it's fans. Lulu.com/Existensis, 2009.
Publisher's summary: 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.
Available as book or download at publisher website 
Dougherty, Robert. "Lost Episode Guide For Others: An Unofficial Anthology". IUniverse, 2008.
Kaye, Sharon, ed., "Lost and Philosophy: The Island Has Its Reasons". Blackwell Publishing, 2007.
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.