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Why is Merlin in That Hideous Strength?

            I am writing a paper on C.S. Lewis and the Arthurian tradition for Sørina Higgins’ collection, The Inklings and King Arthur. As I trawl through the materials one common theme keeps coming back: How do we explain the sudden appearance of Merlin in… 3,128 more words

C.S. Lewis

Steve reblogged this on Khanya and commented:

I reblogged a post from Brenton Dickieson in The oddest Inklong blog, and now one from his own blog, both relating to links between C.S. Lewis and Charles Williams, and both with much food for thought.

Do I Read This Sequel Or Not? Consult the Flowchart

Sequels: they’re everywhere. It seems like half my reading life is consumed by the reading, or consideration of reading, a book that’s part of a series. 215 more words

Fun

The Magic of Luna 'Loony' Lovegood

“Mistletoe,” said Luna Lovegood dreamily, pointing at a large clump of white berries placed almost over Harry’s head. He jumped out from under it. “Good thinking,” said Luna very seriously. 1,242 more words

"The Chapel of the Thorn" launched at Ekphrasis

On Monday (January 5th), my edition of Charles Williams’ play The Chapel of the Thorn celebrated its official release with a nice little Book Launch Party at Ekphrasis. 114 more words

Release Day for Call Sign Karma-Through My Eyes

It’s HERE! It’s finally HERE!! Today is the release day for CALL SIGN KARMA!!!

I have no words to describe the emotions that a debut author experiences through this process. 580 more words

Jamie Rae

Breathing air into ideas: thoughts on the need for community

We need community! When we lived in Virgina, our family experienced life within an exceptional community. It is what happens in academia. Individuals, like minded or not, but like-passioned, live and work near each other, exchange ideas, develop their thoughts through discussion. 852 more words

Virtue

i&* ~ Why This Jubilee? [part 1]

Why This Jubilee?
Or, What the Old Testament & My Alma Mater Have in Common

A Christmas word study in 2 or 3 parts & perhaps in time for this Christmas ~ 1,078 more words

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