New books for your Summer Reading List

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Summer is here! As we did last year with our summer reading ideas, we put together a few suggestions of some exciting new books for your summer reading list. This year there are an exceptional amount of new and innovative titles covering the works and lives of the Wade authors and those who knew them. For each title below, we list a summary of the book, its expected publication date, and several published titles on related subjects. We hope you find these suggestions engaging, and learn something new. Happy summer (and fall and winter) reading!

Inklings-ZaleskiTitle:The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings: J.R.R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Owen Barfield, Charles Williams
Authors: Philip Zaleski and Carol Zaleski
Release date and Publisher: June 2015 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Summary: A look into the lives and writings of members of the literary discussion and…

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About Sørina Higgins

Sørina Higgins is Editor-in-Chief of the Signum University Press. She holds a Ph.D. in English from Baylor University. Dr. Higgins is currently co-editing a volume on the ethical turn in speculative fiction with Dr. Brenton Dickieson and previously edited an academic essay collection entitled The Inklings and King Arthur. She is also the author of the blog The Oddest Inkling, devoted to a systematic study of Charles Williams’ works. As a creative writer, Sørina has a volume of short stories, A Handful of Hazelnuts, forthcoming from Signum’s own press. Outside of academia, Sørina enjoys practicing yoga, playing with her cats, cooking, baking, podcasting, gardening, dancing, and ranting about the state of the world.
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2 Responses to New books for your Summer Reading List

  1. jandbclifford says:

    Hello Sørina,

    Having just glanced down your list of William’s works, I have a minor addition for you. In 1927 he edited and wrote the preface of A Book of Victorian Narrative Verse for the OUP. The preface is a fascinating comment on victorianism, – following as it does hard upon it.

    Bill Clifford,
    Oakbank, South Australia.


    • Thank you so much! I appreciate that. Two thoughts:
      1. I didn’t write this blog post; it’s reblogged from the Wade Center’s blog.
      2. I don’t include CW’s many, many editorial projects in my lists of the books he wrote–that would make the lists overwhelmingly long! But we should be aware of those. Do you know about Michael Paulus’s work on CW as editor and publisher?


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