Just released in October by Winged Lion Press is Joel Heck's latest book, "No Ordinary People: Twenty-One Friendships of C. S. Lewis." Each chapter details one of the lesser known friendships C. S. Lewis had with people like Socratic Club ChairStella Aldwinckle, Warren Lewis, philosopher Harry Weldon, Classics scholar Nan Dunbar, fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke, Alec Vidler, Mary Neylan, Alan Richard Griffiths, Hugo Dyson, and others. See a side of Lewis you never saw before!The book, 410 pages in length, is pictured below. Order individual copies from Barnes & Noble or Amazon and order bulk copies directly from Winged Lion Press. It lists for $19.50.
Spotlight from Chronologically Lewis
October 23, 2021. Mr. Papworth. Papworth is a leading disability charity in the UK, so it seems that the Lewis brothers gave Tykes, the long-time Lewis family pet, the alternate name of Mr. Papworth as a joke about Tykes’ disabilities as a dog. Or did the charity get its name from the Lewis family pet?
Chronologically Lewis "is the single most important resource in Lewis scholarship." "I not only have it bookmarked; I usually have that tab open." Diana Pavlac Glyer, Azusa Pacific University.
"Chronologically Lewis is the first search engine I go to anytime I need a Lewis question answered. As a resource for Lewis scholarship it's that important; it's that good." Charlie W. Starr, author of Light: C. S. Lewis's First and Final Short Story (Former professor of English and Humanities at a university in Kentucky)
"Chronologically Lewis is one of the best sources for fact checking dates and events in the life of C. S. Lewis. Joel Heck has provided the world of Lewis scholarship and enthusiasts a valuable resource." Dr. Jerry Root, Wheaton College
"Heck has given Lewis scholars an incalculable gift with 'Chronologically Lewis.' What was once a 100,000 piece puzzle of trying to piece together the details of C. S. Lewis's life story is now a much more manageable 1,000 piece puzzle. It's really a brilliant aid." Dr. Adam Barkman, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Redeemer University College (Canada)