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The Inklings and King Arthur: Selfies and News

Since the first call for chapters for The Inklings and King Arthur, this not-so-little book has been on its own adventure. Conference panels, keynote talks, digital round-table discussions, and crowd-sourced funding were all part of a long editorial and publication journey, shepherded all the way by editor Sørina Higgins. 978 more words

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The Fox Prince of Prince Edward Island

After I finished Nigel You Never Knew Her, I was looking for a new subject for fabric collage. My friend, Charles Williams, shared an article he wrote for the… 603 more words


"The Grail: Cup, Stone – Santo Caliz? – and the Inklings?" by David Llewellyn Dodds

As I add one last little paper to our ‘baker’s dozen’ of contributions, I look back on them, and the comments by many and varied further hands, with gratitude and delight. 1,743 more words

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"C.S. Lewis’ Arthuriad: Survey and Speculation" by Brenton Dickieson

Whatever else they had in common and apart, one of the features of the central Inklings–J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams–is that they each have left their Arthuriad incomplete. 5,144 more words

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Here, There Be Dragons

The Nitty-Gritty Details 

Title: Here, There Be Dragons
Author: James A. Owen
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Sept. 2006

“What is it?” John asked.

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Call for Papers: 2018 C.S. Lewis & Friends Colloquium at Taylor University

While I am looking forward to the biennial L.M. Montgomery Conference in June here in PEI, and while ISRLC in Europe is pretty cool (Uppsala, SE) and I can’t wait to get to my next… 715 more words

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"Filling the Gaps in History: Mythopoesis as Deep Insight" by Charles Huttar

Many of you will know what a pleasure it is to hear Charles Huttar read a paper, to meet and converse with him – and how fruitful to your knowledge, understanding, and further thought. 2,844 more words

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