C.S. Lewis in the News – May 11, 2012

Here are this week’s appearances of C.S. Lewis and his works across the web:

A Narnian bear (one of the Bulgy Bears?) on display at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, Australia


The World of Narnia exhibit comes to Sydney, Australia


The Screwtape Letters comes to the Paramount Theatre in Chicago

A review of the aforesaid play by CBN

A review of Freud’s Last Session, also playing in Chicago

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe to play on the grounds of the Kensington Gardens, London.  Poirot Actor David Suchet will be playing/voicing Aslan. What fun it would be to see it at such a great venue in London!



Seattlepi.com newspaper posts a book review about Diana Pavlac Glyer’s wonderful book The Company They Keep: C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien as Writers in Community

A blog review of C.S. Lewis Goes to Heaven by David Clark, a book about C.S. Lewis’s The Great Divorce. Review by our friend William O’Flaherty on his C.S. Lewis Minute site.



Our close friend, staff member, and sometimes photographer, Lancia E. Smith, just concluded her series of interviews with our dear friend and conference speaker Malcolm Guite. Don’t miss this fascinating interview about poetry, faith, music, teaching, C.S. Lewis, the Inklings, Malcolm’s life, and other tidbits of goodness, truth, and beauty.

Blogger John Hawkins posts what he considers the 25 top C.S. Lewis quotes. Do you agree with his list?



Our very own The C.S. Lewis Retreat at Camp Allen opens for registration.  The Retreat will take place at Camp Allen Retreat Center in Navasota, Texas, from November 9-11. There will be three tracks (readers, writers, and kids), an early arrival option for Friday morning/afternoon with various sessions and workshops for writers and nonwriters, dance and music performances, worship, fellowship, hosted group on event themes, outdoor activities, Bag End Cafe, and much more! Save up to $65 per person by registering by July 15th.

Visit our website for more information and updates. Featured speakers and performing artists include:

More updates are coming soon (some just as soon as I finish this blog post!).