King Arthur Returns on January 1st

Friends! Rejoice with me! The Inklings and King Arthur has a cover design (by Emily Austin) and a release date: January 1st, 2018! This important collection of academic essays brings new perspectives to the field of Inklings studies, positioning Tolkien, Williams, Lewis, & Barfield’s Arthurian works in their 20th-century context. More details about pre-ordering etc. as they become available. Please follow @SorinaHiggins on Twitter for quotes, author bios, and juicy nuggets as we count down the days to the New Year and this new book. cover 2

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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15 Responses to King Arthur Returns on January 1st

  1. Dan Hennessy says:

    A cloud of witnesses looking down together on Camelot. Can’t wait. Love the artwork… the cloud of smoke and the pipe…

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  2. How exciting! I’m very happy for you!

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  3. David Llewellyn Dodds says:

    Hurrah for tobaccic pipe dreams – and this solid accomplishment!

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  4. Dale Nelson says:

    Really nice cover design. I look forward to having the university here order a copy.

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  5. I’m really looking forward to reading this book!


  6. Finished the abridged Le Morte d’Arthur narrated by Derek Jacobi, and I am very much looking forward to this!

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  7. Pingback: A Call for Guest Posts: The Inklings and King Arthur with Guest Editor David Llewellyn Dodds | A Pilgrim in Narnia

  8. Where will it be possible to acquire the book? I’m very much interested. Thank you!


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