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The Chapel of the Thorn

The Chapel of the Thorn: A Dramatic Poem by Charles Williams
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An early play by Charles Williams, long thought to have been lost, and edited and prepared for publication by… 592 more words


Taliessin through Logres

We’ve recently published the second of Charles William’s collections of Arthurian poetry.

In them, Charles Williams, a friend and comrade of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. 218 more words

The King and The Healing of Faramir

It is not so much the wound that Faramir received in battle that brings him close to death. Aragorn reaches the heart of the matter when he says to Imrahil, “Weariness, grief for his father’s mood, a wound, and over all the Black Breath”. 670 more words

J.R.R Tolkien

When Tolkien reinvented Atlantis and Lewis went to Mars

Discovering the dates of The Fall of Númenor and Out of the Silent Planet

A few months ago I revealed what I think is an exciting new find about the origins of J R R Tolkien’s Atlantis story, … 1,744 more words

Tolkien's Writing

Canisius College goalie Charles Williams named Hobey Baker Award finalist

Canisius College goaltender Charles Williams is a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, the coveted prize for the top NCAA Division I men’s hockey player. 226 more words

Hockey is flowing for Akil Thomas and Charles Williams like Niagara Falls

Is it something in the Niagara Falls water?

Two hockey players of color on both sides of the border are rolling like the water down the Falls – playing some of the best hockey in their league and their conference. 382 more words

Canisius College scores on a rebound year from goalie Charles Williams

Charles Williams felt he wasn’t finished.

He had a decent career in goal at Ferris State University, graduating from the NCAA Division I school in Big Rapids, Michigan, with a 22-15 record, 3.00 goals-against average, and a .899 save percentage. 937 more words