HarperOne has revamped its C. S. Lewis website where over 20 top Lewis scholars and writers offer original insights about the author’s stories, theology, and world.
Currently featured on the front page of the new site are the leads of three posts by Michael Ward, David Downing and (hooray!) Diana Glyer, with links to the full text at at the forerunner site. Diana’s post about “C. S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and the Inklings” begins:
There’s a rumor going around that C. S. Lewis was an irritable introvert, isolated and lonely and scared to death of girls. Maybe it all comes from some grim stereotype of smart people or college professors or, maybe, published writers. That whole image is completely wrong.
You should also know that Lewis, like all self-respecting authors, now has his own official Facebook group.
[Thanks to Diana Glyer for the story.]