2Apr

(Re-Post) The Collected Poems of C. S. Lewis (Dr. Don King)

More from Dr. Don King in this repeat show. This time it's on The Collected Poems of C.S. Lewis.

CollectedPoemsofLewisDonKing.jpgSome Lewis readers are unaware that he wrote poetry (or at best are uninterested in it). Dr. Don King, editor of The Collected Poems of C.S. Lewis: A Critical Edition, believes such individuals are missing out on not only gaining a better understanding of the author, but they are also depriving themselves of some great writings. William O'Flaherty spoke with him about the scope of this new book (scheduled to released January 7, 2015) that brings together nearly all of the poetry of C.S. Lewis.

1Apr

(Re-Post) Plain to the Inward Eye (Dr. Don King)

In this repeat Dr. Don King, a specialist in the poetry of C.S. Lewis, shares about a book that collects various material he wrote over the years on Lewis.



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In 2013 Dr. Don King released a book called Plain to the Inward Eye. The book is a collection of essays and William O'Flaherty discusses a variety of the content that includes many book reviews. Additionally, Dr. King shares his thoughts (not included in the book) about the Dr. McGrath's biography on Lewis, forthcoming material about Joy Davidman and his six most enjoyed essays by Lewis..


29Jun

A Naked Tree/Yet One More Spring (Dr. Don King)

NakedTree-MoreSpringTwoKingBooks.jpg2015 is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Joy Davidman, C.S. Lewis's wife. It just so happens that Dr. Don King has two new books this year (one not yet released at the time of this posting) related to her. A Naked Tree (the one currently available) is actually edited by Don and is a collection of nearly all her poems. The majority of them had never been published before. The other book (releasing in September) is Yet One More Spring and is the first comprehensive study of the poetry, nonfiction and fiction that Joy Davidman wrote. Learn more about them from the conversation that William O'Flaherty had with Don and hear a couple of Joy's poems.

18May

Out of My Bone - The Letters of Joy Davidman (Dr. Don King)

OutofMyBone.jpgBack in 2012 I did my first interview with Dr. Don King. It was on the 2009 book entitled Out of My Bone: The Letters of Joy Davidman. This is the first time I've reposted the interview since I've had my podcast at the Podbean location. In this chat I also had Don answer some questions about his favorite Lewis book and recommendations about books by and about Lewis. Of course, he provides interesting background information about the letters of Joy Davidman and five key reasons why they are important to read.


14Dec

The Collected Poems of C. S. Lewis (Dr. Don King)

CollectedPoemsofLewisDonKing.jpg

Some Lewis readers are unaware that he wrote poetry (or at best are uninterested in it). Dr. Don King, editor of The Collected Poems of C.S. Lewis: A Critical Edition, believes such individuals are missing out on not only gaining a better understanding of the author, but they are also depriving themselves of some great writings. William O'Flaherty spoke with him about the scope of this new book (scheduled to released January 7, 2015) that brings together nearly all of the poetry of C.S. Lewis.


14Dec

Plain to the Inward Eye (Dr. Don King)

PlaintotheInwardEyeDonKing.jpg

In 2013 Dr. Don King released a book called Plain to the Inward Eye. The book is a collection of essays and William O'Flaherty discusses a variety of the content that includes many book reviews. Additionally, Dr. King shares his thoughts (not included in the book) about the Dr. McGrath's biography on Lewis, forthcoming material about Joy Davidman and his six most enjoyed essays by Lewis..

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