Interview with Sørina Higgins about Charles Williams

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About Sørina Higgins

Sørina Higgins is a PhD student in English and Presidential Scholar at Baylor University. She also serves as Chair of the Language and Literature Department at Signum University, online. Her latest publication is an academic essay collection on "The Inklings and King Arthur" (Apocryphile Press, December 2017). Her interests include British Modernism, the Inklings, Arthuriana, theatre, and magic. She holds an M.A. from Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English. Sørina blogs about British poet Charles Williams at The Oddest Inkling, wrote the introduction to a new edition of Williams’s "Taliessin through Logres" (Apocryphile, 2016), and edited Williams’s "The Chapel of the Thorn" (Apocryphile, 2014). As a creative writer, Sørina has published two books of poetry, "The Significance of Swans" (2007) and "Caduceus" (2012).
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4 Responses to Interview with Sørina Higgins about Charles Williams

  1. dalejamesnelson says:

    There might be some security problem with the link — it seems there was when I attempted to listen to the recording.

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  2. dalejamesnelson says:
    • David Llewellyn Dodds says:

      Lucky man to have 2700 words for it!

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      • David Llewellyn Dodds says:

        Meaty indeed – an enjoyable review, starting with a fine accent on how (to use an image of my own) it, like the Inklings, is ‘centrifugal’, sending us out eager to read more (and interestingly taking to task a couple instances where there seems a danger of a lack of such ‘centrifugal’ effect, and supplying that accent himself: “Read Tennyson; read Spenser; the Inklings did.”).

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