C.S. Lewis on the Web – August 15, 2012

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



Archbishop Williams' New Book on Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia

The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has released a new book called The Lion’s World: A journey into the heart of Narnia



Moody Radio Indiana is excited to present David Payne’s “An Evening with C.S. Lewis”

Payne will also be in the San Diego, California, area in October


News & Blogs

Ethos3 blog has posted 5 Writing Tips from C.S. Lewis

William O’Flaherty has posted on the Anniversary of Lewis’ First Broadcast Talk

Talks from our friend Rev. Dr. Malcolm Guite are featured on YouTube including The Role of Poetry in Christian Life, Making Doctrine Dance, and others.

Lesley-Anne McKeown from The Belfast Telegraph writes that Ambitious plans for a dedicated CS Lewis centre have moved a step closer after Belfast City Council pledged £250,000 towards the project.

Dr. Michael Ward joins hosts William O’Flaherty and Dr. Holly Ordway to discuss The Silver Chair in his chapter entitled “Mirror or Moonshine?

The Complete Works of C.S. Lewis … in song as performed by The Lamb Players of San Diego at our 2011 C.S. Lewis Summer Institute (“Oxbridge” 2011)



The C.S.Lewis Society of Madison, Wisconsin and the Bradshaw-Knight Foundation are sponsoring: The Ten Books That Most Influenced C.S.Lewis. It takes place October 18-20, 2012 in Madison, Wisconsin.


The C.S. Lewis Retreat at Camp Allen is open 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 non-writers, 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: