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The Daily Routine of C.S. Lewis

At the age of sixteen, C.S. Lewis was put under the tutelage of a former grammar school headmaster named William T. Kirkpatrick. Between 1914 and 1917 he boarded with the Kirkpatrick family at Great Bookham in Surrey. 490 more words

The Inklings

Mead Halls in Winter: Big Big Train as Community

One of the wildest and most disturbing aspects of modernity is how compartmentalized everything becomes.  One important thing (a person, an idea, an institution) becomes isolated and, in its isolation, takes on its own importance, its own language (jargon), and, naturally, its own abstraction. 457 more words

Progressive Rock

C.S. Lewis, H.P. Lovecraft and me

I’ve just been reading a blog post by a namesake of mine, which set me thinking about how the order in which one reads things could affect the way in which one interprets them. 1,277 more words

Christianity

Blogging Meet Up in Bangalore: A Remarkable Day in My Life

Written by Nithisha Obbu, 2nd Year, CMRIT, Bangalore 

“A SMALL PIECE OF ART FORM, BE IT LITERATURE,DANCE, MUSIC OR ANY KIND, CAN DO BRING A GREAT CHANGE INSIDE THE SOUL”. 439 more words

Blog

Creativity (& Life) Can Be A Messy Process

I love a good movie about the creative genius. They struggle, hit the EUREKA! moment, and then ride away into the sunset of fame and fortune. 357 more words

Writing

Irene Buckler @ Flash Fiction Fun Weekend

Irene Buckler, whose flash fiction collection Inklings was published by Truth Serum Press in February, will be co-leading a workshop at The Flash Fiction Fun Weekend… 17 more words

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