The C.S. Lewis Fall Conference
Established
2009
Program Description
Theme: “The Forge of Friendship: Tolkien, Lewis, & the Creative Impulse”. Friday, November 8 to Sunday, November 10, 2013. Location: Houston, Texas. More details on registration are coming soon!
Programs/Year
1
Program Length
3 days
Program Focus
Publishing, Fiction, Religion, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Poetry, Autobiography/Memoir, Marketing
Faculty
Past - Joseph Pearce, author & Prof. of Literature; Diana Pavlac Glyer, Prof. of English, author of The Company They Keep: C.S. Lewis & J.R.R. Tolkien; Steve Laube (Agent); Thomas Umstattd (Castle Media); Melanie Stiles, author/life coach
Costs
Check site for prices
U.S. Locations
Navasota (north of Houston), Texas
Months
November
Contact
Nancy Rinella
Director - The C.S. Lewis Retreat
C.S. Lewis Foundation
P.O. Box 8008
Redlands, CA 92375
United States
Phone: 9097930949
E-Mail:
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