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Clive Staples Lewis, known to readers as C.S. Lewis, was known to friends as "Jack." A self-proclaimed atheist from the age of 15, he dabbled in the occult and mythology. He once described himself as having been "very angry with God for not existing". At the age of 33, he became a committed Christian and began writing as one, embracing apologetics as well as Christian fiction and nonfiction.
  • C S Lewis Festival

    An annual event held annually in Michigan that explores the life and work of Lewis through collaborations by the arts, education, and faith communities. Includes a schedule of events, competitions, news, and contacts.

  • The C S Lewis Society - New York

    The oldest society for the appreciation and discussion of C S Lewis in the world; includes information about membership, news, and their publications.

  • The C S Lewis Society of California

    Includes background and resources on the author's life and works, with details of membership, activities, and events.

  • C.S. Lewis

    The official site offers excerpts from the official blog, Lewis books, a biography, and an interactive forum.

  • The Cumberland River Lamp Post

    An appreciation of the author and his influence; includes biography, articles and other resources, and links.

  • Into The Wardrobe - A C.S. Lewis Web Site

    Resource about the "Chronicles of Narnia" author includes news, a FAQ, list of literary works, multimedia, discussion forums, and other resources.

  • Lewisiana.nl

    Offers a collection of articles about C S Lewis, reviews, and a bibliography. In English and Dutch.

  • NarniaWeb

    Source for news about the "Narnia" movie. Find the latest headlines, an image gallery, cast listing, and cast interviews.

  • Oxford C S Lewis Society (UK)

    Promotes interest in and knowledge of the author's works and contributions to theology, fiction, literary criticism, philosophy, and poetry. Includes details of membership, events, and a brief account of Lewis' time at Oxford University.

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