C.S. Lewis Foundation intern Walter Cabal was recently interviewed by The Press Enterprise.
In between assisting with the Foundation’s website and working at the UC Riverside library, Walter also is a professional singer-songwriter. His debut album, Between Lines, was released in 2012, and garnered much praise around Southern California. In October, he was nominated Musician of the Year at the annual RAWartists Indie Awards.
Inland Empire Weekly noted Walter’s influences as C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton, Tom Waits, and David Bazan. Concerning C.S. Lewis, Walter says that he is inspired by his ability to condense complex ideas into clear and cogent writing. Said Walter to The Press Enterprise, “C.S. Lewis was a great communicator, and a great user of images to really help take heady things and put them in a chewable form.”
The rest of Walter’s interview is below, as well as live recordings of three of his songs. You can find out more on his website, and purchase his album here.
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Whatever happened with that movie about the young Jack Lewis and his conversion?
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