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"The Delights of Anticipation"

It’s rare that I hear about a new book before it’s published; it’s even rarer that the book turns out to be something I want to read. 333 more words

Ray Bradbury

The Place of the Lion in C.S. Lewis’ Fiction

A couple of years ago, I had the pleasure of being a guest blogger for The Oddest Inkling in a series on Charles Williams’ The Place of the Lion… 1,784 more words

C.S. Lewis

Dambuster Memorial unveiled as many pay tribute

Pic: Wim Govaerts

Several hundred people gathered on Sunday 17 May 2015 on the edge of a small wood in Haldern, north western Germany, to pay tribute to the crew of Dams Raid Lancaster AJ-E, piloted by Flt Lt Norman Barlow DFC. 671 more words

Norman Barlow

That Time C.S. Lewis Made Fun of Benedict Cumberbatch

Well, not quite. Benedict Cumberbatch had the audacity to be born 15 years after C.S. Lewis died. But Lewis would have mocked him, and mocked him hard, had he the chance. 559 more words

C.S. Lewis

On the Deaths of Charles Williams and Harold Ladoo

On this day, 70 years ago, Charles Williams passed away in hospital. His death came as a shock to his family, his closest friends, and his many followers. 1,256 more words

C.S. Lewis

In Memoriam…

It’s Friday, and I haven’t had the time to even look at the blog, much less write something for it.
But today is a rather auspicious day, in a rather sad way. 279 more words

An Appreciation

'City of Man' by Charles Williams

‘City of Man’

by Charles Williams

“How shall we build the city of men,
Love and our mays and we,
Who are not sons of the bondwomen… 255 more words

Poetry