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Wordsworth wrote an endless poem in blank verse on” the growth of a poet’s mind.”  I shall attempt a more modest feat for a more distracted age: a blog, “Things which a Lifetime of Trying to Be a Poet has Taught Me.” 699 more words

Donald Williams

On the Anniversary of the Death of C. S. Lewis

A Google search for C. S. Lewis will produce nearly 58 million hits. If a person were to look at each site for 30 seconds, then go on to the next one, and do this without stopping to eat or sleep or take any kind of a break, it would take over 50 years. 651 more words


The Descent of the Dove by Charles Williams - An Extract

Another week, and another book by Charles Williams that I am thrilled about.  This week the Erewash Press brought out The Descent of the Dove… 3,660 more words

Charles Williams said he owns most of Barbados

BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — IS HE BLACK OR WHITE?  CHARLES WILLIAMS is on video where it is stated that you’d be hard pressed to find any land in Barbados that is not owned by him.   256 more words


Taliessin through Logres: Arthurian poetry, Charles Williams and the Inklings

A week ago the Erewash Press brought out a book I’m particularly excited about.  It’s entitled Taliessin through Logres, and it’s a collection of Arthurian poetry by Charles Williams.  1,464 more words

ZONA CALIENTE de Charles Williams

Charles Williams, autor olvidado en estos últimos treinta años, que supo tener su lugar en la colección Serie Negra de Editorial Tiempo Contemporáneo -dirigida por Ricardo Piglia- como así también en Bruguera, vuelve a editarse. 247 more words

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Descent into Hell: a Masterpiece of Emotion

If you can get past the somewhat macabre title, you’ll find an uncommonly beautiful story about the power of fear, forgiveness and free will from the mind of Tolkien/ Lewis’s fellow (yet lesser-known) Inkling, Charles Williams. 1,469 more words