Monthly Archives: November 2014

Now is the Witching Hour

So many very exciting, wonderful, and horrible things have been going on here in Oddest Inkling land recently that I’ve gotten away from the original purpose of this blog. I’ve been distracted by the Mythgard Webathon, my friend’s injury, the … Continue reading

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Come into the Chapel!

The Chapel of the Thorn has been published! I received my author copies via UPS yesterday. That was a happy moment. 2 1/2 years of work, now looking lovely in my hands. And you can hold it in your hands, … Continue reading

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The Hands of a King are the Hands of a Healer

The past few days have been filled with trauma: my very good friend Sharon Gerdes (artist, writer, and director of Players of the Stage theatre company) suffered a horrific injury to her hand on Saturday, severing five tendons, the median … Continue reading

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Call For Guest Blogs on The Great Divorce

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
On Monday, Nov 10th, we celebrate the 70th anniversary of C.S. Lewis’ novella, The Great Divorce. I rank this among the best of Lewis’ fiction and one of his richest thought experiments. Though…

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Guest Post: Judging the Hobbit Films

As you know, this coming Saturday is Mythgard’s exciting webathon: an evening of lively, intelligent content interspersed with chances for you to support the Academy. I’ll be participating in two sessions: the first a chat about the lives and loves … Continue reading

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CFP: “Remapping Culture with Detective Fiction”

Here is a CFP that Chris Willerton asked me to post for the upcoming Christian Scholars Conference (June 3-5, 2015). Proposals are due by January 15th. CALL FOR PAPERS: “Remapping Culture with Detective Fiction” How can detective fiction aid in … Continue reading

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