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 The C. S. Lewis and Inklings Society upholds and promotes the advancement of scholarship, teaching, writing, and other professional activities related to the life and works of C. S. Lewis and the Inklings. Through literature and fine arts, the Society reflects and furthers Lewis' and the Inklings' focus on Christ and Christianity and these authors' passion for developing the moral imagination and its effect on the understanding and appreciation of life.



About the Inklings:

The Inklings, an unofficial society of  writers and thinkers from Oxford, met regularly to discuss. The group of men would meet regularly to present and critique personal writing projects, discuss other literary works and ideas, and simply enjoy the company. Most of the individual members came and went, but notable authors of fiction from this group included core members C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams.




Annual Conference

19th Annual C. S. Lewis and Inklings Society Conference

March 31-April 2, 2016

John Brown University
Siloam Springs, Arkansas

This year’s conference theme is based off of the title of a book on Mr. Tumnus' shelves, Is Man a Myth? With the cultural “death” of God and now the “death” of the author, the question of the true existence of man and the implications of that title is being widely discussed throughout our culture today. This topic, the way the Inklings would have responded, and more will be discussed throughout this event.

Click here for more detailed information about the conference.



“Is there any pleasure on earth as great as a circle of Christian friends by a good fire?” –C.S. Lewis




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