Open Access Reviews at The Journal of Inklings Studies

Journal of Inkling Studies ReviewsHave you ever wondered if a particular book about Lewis or the one of his Inkling friends was any good? While I’ve personally tried to help potential readers with my podcast interviews from the authors themselves, often you benefit more from an objective review. Where can you turn? If you want more than feedback from the review section of a place like Amazon (which may or may not be useful) you have to check out a place online that I don’t believe many are aware of…the FREE (“Open Access”) part of the scholarly publication The Journal of Inklings Studies (formerly known as The Chronicle of the University of Oxford C.S. Lewis Society), which is now also known by “JIS.”

When you visit this area (by clicking the graphic above or link below) you have your choice of browsing the reviews from JIS or the previously Lewis Chronicles. Be sure to check out both areas to get reviews back to 2004. Over the last ten years some of the material they have covered include:

  • Alan Jacobs, The Narnian
  • Don King (ed.), Out of My Bone: The Letters of Joy Davidman
  • Peter Kreeft, The Philosophy of Tolkien
  • Peter J. Schakel, The Way into Narnia
  • John G. West (ed.), The Magician’s Twin

VISIT Open Access Reviews @ JIS

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