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Post the Hundred and Fourth: In Which We Visit Prison

Gentle Reader, a lot of people don’t seem to know that I have an older sister, or had an older brother. They were teenagers when my parents married*; I wasn’t born until a year or two later. 673 more words


Fantasy and languages: Tolkien was a sort of cool guy

I think it’s time to write about fantasy and languages again. Seeing as I am very preoccupied with both linguistics and that I read lots of fantasy literature, I end up having a lot of thoughts about these things which I do not process in any kind of coherent or sane way. 2,199 more words

Fantasy And Linguistics

C.S Lewis: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

If you have left the house in the last few months, you’ll know that winter has well and truly arrived.

Luckily, Christmas is fast approaching to make up for all the wind and rain, so what better way to celebrate the holiday than with a book by the fireplace, illuminated by the lights from your Christmas tree? 293 more words


On the Conversion of The Atheist

In the Bible, some of the people ask Jesus for a sign. They ask that he prove his identity and authority, probably they have something bright and flashy in mind: lightning from heaven, spheres of fire, something like this. 546 more words


Five Fascinating Facts about C. S. Lewis

C. S. Lewis was born on this day in 1898, so we’ve gathered together our five favourite interesting facts about Lewis and his work. Some of the interesting facts about C. 766 more words


NaBloPoMo 2014 Day 24, Part 2: Always Winter...

…but never Christmas. As winter settles in, I cannot help but think of this beloved story.

This illustration was drawn and painted by my dear friend Courtney Pritchard as one commission of three for my daughter’s bedroom to fulfill the  82 more words

Personal Reflection


I had a lot of fun making this one.

Puddleglum is a character in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair, by C.S. Lewis. He was a marshwiggle with an amusing pessimistic outlook on things. 675 more words

Emmanuel Onimisi