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CLSG Final Draft Program, May 30-June 2

We’re very much looking forward to seeing you in Ottawa next month, and to a rich and varied group of presentations. The penultimate version of our program is now available including room locations. 224 more words


(We Write to Know) We Are Not Alone

“We read to know we are not alone.” This statement by beloved author C.S. Lewis has been quoted, pinned, tweeted, and posted by many who find solidarity in literature. 860 more words


There Will Be No Customisable Multiplayer Rules In Splatoon

More details are emerging about what to expect within the gameplay of Splatoon, most recent of which is that it won’t feature custom match types, like… 224 more words


Norse Linguistic Invasion

The initial Viking incursions into England were violent, but they left a colorful linguistic legacy in their wake.

Victims of the onslaught, like the unfortunate monks of Lindisfarne, paid a steep price, but the Norse eventually became farmers and craftsmen like the people they initially displaced. 552 more words

C.S. Lewis

M. Joelle reblogged this on Stories & Soliloquies and commented:

Mere Inkling offers up a fantastic overview of the Vikings linguistic legacy. It's enjoyable and informative, but not too overwhelming - if you're not already interested in Norse influence on the English language, you will be after reading robstroud's post from April 14th.

C.S. Lewis

I decided to put together a little “blog-offering” as something of a tribute to C.S. Lewis in an effort to communicate my appreciation for him and my indebtedness to his life and writing.  380 more words

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I is for the Inklings.

Ralph Wood, in his first talk at Laity Lodge, spoke about the Inklings, that group of men who met in an English pub to discuss life and literature, and whose best-known members were C. 402 more words

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