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Update link fixed, 2020.

Inklings Forever (collected proceedings of the biennial Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis & Friends):

* Vol. VII (2010)

Grief Observed: Pain and Suffering in the Writings of C.S. Lewis and Frederick Buechner
Romance and the Pocket Pistol: The Armed Poet in…
Devils in My Heart: Chesterton’s View of Human Nature through Father Brown
C.S. Lewis, Platonism and Aslan’s Country: Symbols of Heaven in The Chronicles of Narnia
Dream Cities and Cardboard Worlds: Sayers’s Moral Vision in …
Creation and Sub-creation in Leaf by Niggle
Learning in the Shadowlands: The Educational Vision of C.S. Lewis
Mental Pictures: Shapes and Colors in the Thought of G.K. Chesterton
Guidelines for Spiritual Reading from C.S. Lewis
Mere Mathematics: The Role of Mathematics in the Apologetic Works of C.S. Lewis
Painting in Prose: Ardent Pre-Raphaelitism in George MacDonald’s Literary Landscapes
Sucking Life: The Principle of Hell in Screwtape
The Man Who Was Thursday
The End for Which We Are Formed: Spiritual Formation through C.S. Lewis
Race with the Devil: A Journey from the Hell of Hate to the Well of Mercy
Human Enhancement and The Abolition of Man
Murder Must Advertise
Warren and Jack: Friends and Brothers
So Old and So New: Memory and Expectation in the Fantastic Works of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien
Through the Lens of The Four Loves: The Concept of Love in The Great Divorce
Hidden Images of Christ in the Fiction of C.S. Lewis
Tale as Old as Time: A Study of the Cupid & Psyche Myth, with Particular Reference to C.S. Lewis’s
Old MacDonald Had a Farm: An Exploration of Animal Literature and its Subtext through the Theology of George MacDonald
Aesthetics vs. Anesthesia: C.S. Lewis on the Purpose of Art
Dombey & Grandson: Charles Dickens’ Influence on At The Back of the North Wind
Charles Williams and the Quest for the Holy Grail
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Exhibition – Using C.S. Lewis to Promote Science and the Movies
Owen Barfield: Un-Regressed Pilgrim
God is Impartial: Frankenstein and MacDonald
Learning to Speak “The Tongue of the Holy Ghost”: An Introduction to the Poetry of Charles Williams
Heaven and Hell Under Every Bush! The Novel War in Heaven as an Introduction to His Prose
An Introduction to His Plays
The Shieldmaiden of Rohan
C.S. Lewis’s Till We Have Faces: To Thine Own Self Be True
Reader and Writer: Lewis and Tolkien ”On Fairy-Stories”
The Man Born to Be King: Contextualizing the Kingdom
Truth and Imagination in Poetic Diction: Owen Barfield and C.S. Lewis’s Great War
A Time to Choose: Finitude, Freedom, and Eternity in Dante’s Commedia and Lewis’s
The Concept of Twilight in the Writings of C.S. Lewis
The Inklings and the Paradox of Friendship
The Great Divorce

* Vol. VI (2008)

Sacred Journeys: C.S. Lewis and Frederick Buechner
George MacDonald’s Lilith as Mystical Document
Tolkien’s Theory of Courage: The Good, the Bad, and the Evil
Imbruted Souls in Milton, MacDonald, & Lewis
Dorothy L. Sayers: an Exemplar for Lay Theology
What’s in a Name? Clues to Understanding MacDonald’s Fairy Story Cross Purposes
The Theme of Desire in the Writings of C.S. Lewis: Implications for Spiritual Formation
C.S. Lewis on Friendship
Goblinization: A Reading of the Colonial Subject, Degeneration and Marginalisation in The Princess and the Goblin (1872) and The Princess and Curdie (1883) by George MacDonald (1824-1905)
Collections and Collaboration: The University of Worcester Research Collections in Partnership with the International Research Centre for Children’s Literature, Literacy and Creativity
Flight Instructor for the Soul: C.S. Lewis’s Vision of Human Freedom through an Imaginative Obedience
George MacDonald’s Lilith as Mystical Document
The Abolition of Man in Retrospect
Holding a Pistol to the Head of ‘Modern Man’: the Roots of G. K. Chesterton’s Spiritual Theology
The Passions of C.S. Lewis as Seen in his Collected Letters
Analyzing the Faerie World as a Model for Christian Spirituality: an Interpretation of Spiritual Progression in George MacDonald’s Fantasy Literature
Rags of Lordship: Tolkien, Lewis, and the Meaning of Myth
George MacDonald and Oscar Wilde: Two Victorian Nonconformists
A Journey of Self-Actualization: a Psychological Perspective on Barfield’s This Ever Diverse Pair
“Flesh knows what Spirit knows”: Mystical Substitution in Charles Williams’ Vision of Co-Inherence
The Riddle of Gollum: Was Tolkien Inspired by Old Norse Gold, the Jewish Golem, and the Christian Gospel?
“You Will Have No More Dreams; Have Children Instead:” Or, What’s a Nice Egalitarian Girl Like You Doing in a Book Like This?
David Elginbrod as a Prototype of the Wingfold Trilogy in Connection with Coleridge and the Joan Drake Case, and its Influence upon Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes Stories

* Vol. V (2006) — no proceedings available online, TOCs at Worldcat

* Vol. IV (2004)

The Importance of Being Dorothy L. Sayers
George MacDonald’s Insights into Science and Religion
How the Hobbits Saved Civilization
Of Urban Blockheads and Trousered Apes: C.S. Lewis and the Challenge of Education