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Lit Weekend

This weekend was all about books. On Saturday, I went to the Harry Potter experience at the Warner Brothers Studios, and on Sunday, I went to Oxford. 573 more words

Study Abroad

100 Facts about Charles Williams

Last week, the first full-length biography of novelist, poet, and Inkling Charles Williams sprung on the literary world (in Great Britain; the US release date is scheduled for December 29). 2,427 more words


Trickster: At the Boundary Between Creator and Sub-Creator

I am not going to tell you a story of this world. And I am going to tell you a story of this world. It is for you to find out where the story came from. 2,441 more words

J.R.R. Tolkien

The Literary Lives of the Inklings

Be jealous! The Fellowship finally arrived! I’ve been waiting FOREVER for it to become available through our public library.

Ever since I read an online review… 291 more words


So now you have an inkling. So do we!

I am very excited about having a writer’s group here at Radnor Library. Volunteer Joe Lynch and I are hoping that you want this, too. And do tell your writer friends about this group! 26 more words

Special Events!

The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings: J.R.R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Owen Barfield, Charles Williams by Philip & Carol Zaleski

The first thing that will strike you about this book is how well-written it is: the words are well-chosen, well-ordered, the organization is well thought-out, the difficult job of tracing four lives, interacting with the literary production of each, weighing their merit, evaluating the evidence and pronouncing on relationships and motives, all are well-done. 697 more words


In For a Penny: No One is Bulletproof

Charles Lewis III on backlash and sacred cows.

“As a matter of fact, we are none of us above criticism; so let us bear with each others’ faults.” 754 more words

In For A Penny

CharlesAndHisTypewriter reblogged this on The Thinking Man's Idiot and commented:

In which I reiterate that just because something (or someone) has a large fanbase does not mean they're above reproach.