Tag Archives: Light

“In and Out of the Moon” by Jeff McInnis

Anyone who has spent any amount of time haunting coffee shops or pubs with academics knows that many scholars have a novel or two in their desk drawer. This is especially true of scholars who study imaginative writers or speculative fiction, … Continue reading

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Adventures in Geekland: Book Collecting and C.S. Lewis

Warning: You are about to experience C.S. Lewis geekery brought to a new level. Now, I have gone down this road before. After all, I travelled to New York city to spend four hours with a handwritten manuscript of The … Continue reading

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Shedding Light on Lost Manuscripts: A Review of Charlie Starr’s “Light”

           It was by instinct that I went to the Wade archive for C.S. Lewis this past summer. I didn’t know what I would find, and when I got there the project I had proposed pretty much fell flat. But … Continue reading

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The Surprising Danger of Light

Years ago I remember watching the Val Kilmer film At First Sight. I’ve attached the trailer below; it is a basic boy-meets-girl story with an intriguing premise. A fifty-year-old man has been blind since childhood, but is offered sight through … Continue reading

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