Lewis fondly remarked, “When one has read a book, I think there is nothing so nice as discussing it with some one else – even though it sometimes produces rather fierce arguments.” The C.S. Lewis Readers Track celebrates just that kind of community which arises from reflective reading and good talk.
In the spirit of the Inklings, readers from a wide range of experience and familiarity with Lewis’s works meet together to delve deeper into the concepts that Lewis so clearly presents. Led by experienced Lewis teachers, the Readers track sparks all kinds of productive, intriguing, and inspiring discussion.
In doing so, the Readers Track offers three distinct advantages: the chance to learn more about Lewis’s writing, the opportunity to interact with other readers, and of course the blessing of reflection, both during the sessions and, often, for years to come.
This year, we will focus on Lewis’ relationships and creative collaborations with his friends and family.
C.S. Lewis Readers Track Program
The Readers Track takes place during the early arrival sessions available as an add-on for Friday afternoon.
There are also a variety of breakout sessions available on Saturday to choose from related to C.S. Lewis, the Inklings, writing, the retreat theme, and other topics connected by the Foundation’s mission.
Early Arrival Readers Sessions – Friday afternoon*
- Registration opens at 1:45 p.m.
- Two Readers sessions on Friday afternoon, with speaker and Lewis scholar Andrew Lazo, starting at 2:40 p.m
- There will be plenty of time for questions about Lewis’s life, works, and legacy.
*Note: these two sessions are only available for those who register for the early arrival add-on.
The C.S. Lewis Readers Track is sponsored by Inkwell and Pen
At Inkwell and Pen, it is our belief that reading is a source of joy that enriches a reader’s life, line by line.
We publish fiction genres and poetry for readers of all ages.
Find out more at www.inkwellandpenllc.com