Posts Tagged: CS Lewis

Scholarly and professional publishing: a question of strategy

As a publisher, I’ve often been consulted by researchers pondering the question of whether to write for a scholarly audience, a popular one, or both. Much research is potentially of interest to both types of audience: what then should the

Scholarly and professional publishing: a question of strategy

As a publisher, I’ve often been consulted by researchers pondering the question of whether to write for a scholarly audience, a popular one, or both. Much research is potentially of interest to both types of audience: what then should the

CS Lewis, poet?

Last month I published a post on a talk, in Heffers bookshop, by Alister McGrath on CS Lewis. The day after that talk, I attended a reading of CS Lewis’s poetry. The event, featuring Lex Loizides and John Carson, was

CS Lewis, poet?

Last month I published a post on a talk, in Heffers bookshop, by Alister McGrath on CS Lewis. The day after that talk, I attended a reading of CS Lewis’s poetry. The event, featuring Lex Loizides and John Carson, was

CS Lewis revisited: the McGrath biography

Last month I published a post about a talk by Alister McGrath on his biography of CS Lewis. Since then, I have been enjoying the book itself. My enjoyment is in part a function of Hodder & Stoughton’s book design. Most publishers

CS Lewis revisited: the McGrath biography

Last month I published a post about a talk by Alister McGrath on his biography of CS Lewis. Since then, I have been enjoying the book itself. My enjoyment is in part a function of Hodder & Stoughton’s book design. Most publishers

Bookshop event and public intellectual: on Alister McGrath

Last week to Heffers bookshop in Cambridge to hear Alister McGrath speaking on CS Lewis. To judge from their questions and contributions, most of the audience were there out of a serious interest in CS Lewis. In contrast, my main

Bookshop event and public intellectual: on Alister McGrath

Last week to Heffers bookshop in Cambridge to hear Alister McGrath speaking on CS Lewis. To judge from their questions and contributions, most of the audience were there out of a serious interest in CS Lewis. In contrast, my main