Joseph Pearce, our friend and a speaker at several of our conferences, just sent us this message regarding the newest issue of the Saint Austin Review, on the theme “Tolkien and Lewis: Masters of Myth, Tellers of Truth.” For all the Lewis and Tolkien fans, this should be a treat. And many of you may have met some of the writers at our events.
Dear Friend of C. S. Lewis,
Please allow me to introduce you to the Saint Austin Review (StAR), a cultural journal in its tenth year of publication, and, more specifically, to the very latest issue which is on the theme of “Tolkien & Lewis: Masters of Myth, Tellers of Truth”.
Highlights of this issue include:
“Reawakening Wonder: Farther Up and Farther in with C. S. Lewis” by Thomas Howard
“Harold Bloom and C. S. Lewis: Will the Real ‘Dogmatist’ Please Stand Up” by Louis Markos
“The New Tower of Babel: Modern Ideologies in C. S. Lewis’ That Hideous Strength” by Marie Cabaud Meaney
“Tolkien and St. Thomas on Beauty” by Michael Waldstein
James Como on two newly-published novels by Lewis’ friend, Owen Barfield
Clara Sarrocco on The Latin Letters of C. S. Lewis
Eric Tanquist on The Letters of Joy Davidman
Pamela H. Tyrrell on Mere Christians: Inspiring Stories of Encounters with C. S. Lewis
For further details of how to obtain a copy of this issue or how to subscribe to StAR, please visit www.staustinreview.com/star/current.
Sincerely in Christ,
St Austin Review