The C.S. Lewis Foundation is very proud to announce that Warden of the Kilns Dr. Debbie Higgens’ new book is now available for purchase — Anglo-Saxon Community in JRR Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings.” Oloris Publishing has recently released a short video to promote this wonderful new addition to Tolkien scholarship. Be sure to
In honor of the 50th anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s death, the latest volume of the Marion E. Wade Center’s literary journal SEVEN features Lewis’s unpublished autobiographical manuscript “Early Prose Joy,” transcribed by friend of the Foundation and noted Lewis scholar Andrew Lazo. “Early Prose Joy” includes both Andrew’s introductory essay and Lewis’s early manuscript, guiding
Lancia Smith, one of the C.S. Lewis Foundation’s long time friends and supporters, as well as an excellent blogger, has recently posted an interview she conducted with Andrew Lazo. Andrew is a frequent attendee of the C.S. Lewis Foundation’s many conferences, serving in the past as a staff member–whom you may remember from Bag-End!–and will
In 1897, The New York Herald released a statement that Mark Twain, then 51, was “grievously ill and possibly dying. Worse still, we are told that his brilliant intellect is shattered and that he is sorely in need of money.” Of course, Twain was alive and well. Upon hearing of his likely demise, Twain offered
Charles Olcott, former CEO of Burger King and VP of Pillsbury, has joined the C.S. Lewis Foundation as Executive Vice President. In this role, he will lead administration and development efforts for C.S. Lewis College.