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Mind the Gap: Where Scholarship on C.S. Lewis and other Wade Authors needs some Filling-In

Originally posted on Sunlit Fields:
Hello friends. As promised, and long overdue, I am checking in again to write the third and final post on reflections of the C.S. Lewis and Friends Colloquium that took place at Taylor University in…

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Shadows of Shadows of Ecstasy: An Irresponsible Suggestion about Charles Williams’ First Novel

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
With Relief… I have rarely been as relieved to complete a novel as Shadows of Ecstasy by Charles Williams. I knew very little about it going in, but wanted to read through his…

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Charles Williams

Originally posted on Meg Moseman:
C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, the former of whom is quite possibly my favorite author, were part of a Christian writing group at Oxford entitled the Inklings. I am not familiar with all of their…

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“One Fantastic Rogue Beast” Live Discussion

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
Last Friday night I had the privilege to be part of a unique panel discussion. Signum University hosted an impromptu Signum Symposium called “One Fantastic Rogue Beast.” The discussion featured a team of fantasy…

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Descent into Hell: a Masterpiece of Emotion

Originally posted on The Law Lass:
? If you can get past the somewhat macabre title, you’ll find an uncommonly beautiful story about the power of fear, forgiveness and free will from the mind of Tolkien/ Lewis’s fellow (yet lesser-known)…

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NaNoWriMo the Signum way!

Originally posted on Ekphrasis: Allentown's Fellowship of Christians in the Arts:
Dear creative writers: Remember that awesome flash-fiction contest Signum University hosted last year? Well, this year we’re doing something different. November is National Novel-Writing Month; check out And Signum…

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Bandersnatch and Creative Collaboration by Diana Pavlac Glyer

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
I am a rapid writer, someone who works in fits and starts. I benefit from binges of work, closeted away to get down what’s been rolling around my chest for hours or days.…

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Tiny Intro to the Canterbury Plays

A dear friend and fellow scholar asked me to give a little explanation of what the “Canterbury Plays” were. I’m delighted to do so, especially in their Charles Williams connection. In 1928, the Canterbury Cathedral revived the tradition of liturgical … Continue reading

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Vote for your favorite guest blogger!

Forget Brexit! Forget the U.S. Presidential election! This is the most fun you’ll have voting all year — and this is the place where your vote counts the most! The series of “TTL Poem Posts” is over for now, but … Continue reading

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TTL 22: “Percivale at Carbonek” — David Llewellyn Dodds

Here is Post #22 in the Series on Taliessin through Logres! Please visit the INTRODUCTION to this series first, and here is the INDEX to the other posts in the series. Today’s post is by David Llewellyn Dodds. David Llewellyn … Continue reading

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