The text says: "We come pretty close to stocking every book in print by C.S.
Lewis, and many of those about him. And those who love Lewis (we'll count
ourselves among those who simply think he's one of the greatest Christian
apologists of all time) will probably also be interested in a sampling of
books by ... J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, and George MacDonald."
What, they don't love him?!
Anyway, I thought the following book in particular might be interesting to
ARTHURIAN POETS: Charles Williams, edited and introduced by David Dodds.
Published in England, this volume collects Williams' two difficult-to-find
poetry cycles, "Taliessin through Logres" and "The Region of the Summer
Stars," along with twenty-four of his earlier poems on Arthurian lore, many
of them previously unpublished.