Lewis’s Previously Unpublished Manuscript to Be Published!

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of C.S. Lewis’s death, the latest volume of the Marion E. Wade Center’s literary journal SEVEN features Lewis’s unpublished autobiographical manuscript “Early Prose Joy,” transcribed by friend of the Foundation and noted Lewis scholar Andrew Lazo.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 […]

C.S. Lewis and Scholarship – An Interview with Andrew Lazo

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 […]

C.S. Lewis on the Web – March 15, 2013

Alister McGrath’s recent biography of C.S. Lewis has received notice around the internet since its release.  There have been several biographies of C.S. Lewis, but McGrath’s has captured more mainstream attention, and was given a very positive review in the Washington Post.  The reviewer recommends the book as a good biography, and a good place […]

C.S. Lewis Around the Web – Feb 26, 2013

A few noteworthy articles concerning C.S. Lewis have been buzzing about the web recently: New Transcription of C.S. Lewis Manuscript? Most notably, Andrew Lazo–longtime friend of the C.S. Lewis Foundation–has recently posted an article on his blog about his transcription of an early manuscript that formed the basis for Surprised by Joy. Interestingly, this manuscript […]

Back from Narnia

Gregory Pyne kindly gave us permission to repost a blog post  about his experience at the 2012 C.S. Lewis Retreat in Navasota, Texas.  The original post appeared on his blog “Wandering Tree” at http://wanderingtree.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/back-from-narnia-2/ “Friendship exhibits a glorious ‘nearness by resemblance’ to Heaven itself where the very multitude of the blessed (which no man can number) increases […]