In case you missed Diana at Mythcon--or want to hear her again!
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From: C.S. Lewis Foundation <steven@...
Date: Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 2:09 PM
Subject: C.S. Lewis Foundation E-Chronicles: Upcoming Southwest Regional
To: Eleanor Farrell <correspondence@...
*July 23, 2009*
*Join Us this October in Beautiful Camp Allen!*
This fall, come to the woodland retreat of Camp Allen in Navasota, Texas,
for a weekend of fellowship, worship, learning, and performances of music
*C.S. Lewis Southwest Regional Retreat
The Company We Keep: Creativity & Community with C.S. Lewis & the Inklings
* *October 30 - November 1, 2009*
From the 1930s to the 1940s, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and their
friends and fellow writers met to share good fellowship and their creative
works-in-progress. Known as the "Inklings," they produced some of the most
beloved works of the 20th century.
Join *Diana Pavlac Glyer*, author of *The Company They Keep: C.S. Lewis &
J.R.R. Tolkien as Writers in Community*, as she invites us to explore the
Inkling's friendship and the influence it had on their lives. She will
encourage us to respond to God's call to community and discover that we are
refreshed and inspired as we connect with others.
- *Outstanding speakers and breakout session leaders* - Diana Pavlac
Glyer, Rev. Skip Ryan, George Musacchio, Andrew Lazo, Don Wood, and Rev.
- *Inspirational music and dance performances* - Kemper Crabb and Ad Deum
- *Worship and fellowship with friends old and new*
- *Outdoor recreation* - horseback riding, canoeing, and skeet shooting
- *Children's Track* - "Sailing the Dawn Treader" (ages 7-12)
- *Bag End Cafe* - evening readings and music by speakers and conferees
This retreat will renew your spirit, challenge your mind, and refresh your
body. Don't miss it!
Click here <http://www.cslewis.org/programs/regional/sw/2009/index.html
find out more about the retreat, including information on the schedule, the
full lineup of speakers, and our new Writers Workshop.
Click here <http://www.cslewis.org/programs/regional/sw/2009/register.html
And don't miss our new series of blog posts about the program, speakers, and
other reasons to attend this one of a kind retreat! Nan Rinella and Laura
Sullivan will be updating you regularly on our Writers Workshop
our main CSLF
*Writers Workshop Debuts at Southwest Regional Retreat*
In the spirit of Lewis & Tolkien, we are also offering a special
preconference *Writers Workshop* that will continue throughout the retreat
at Camp Allen. Featuring author *Joy Jordan-Lake*, author* Frank Ball*,
agent *Steve Laube*, editor *Terry Glaspey*, and web expert *Thomas Umstattd
*, the workshop will center on the theme *More Than a Hobby: Letting
Community Take Your Creativity to a New Level*.
To meet the needs of writers of varying areas of interest, there will be two
tracks - one for fiction writers led by Joy Jordan-Lake, and one for
nonfiction writers (focusing on devotionals, journals, memoirs, family
histories, and church projects) led by Frank Ball.
C.S. Lewis Foundation
Physical Address: 1725 Orange Tree Lane, Suite C, Redlands, CA 92374
Mailing address: P.O. Box 8008, Redlands, CA 92375
The C.S. Lewis Foundation is a non-partisan, non-sectarian, donor supported
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Edith Crowe, Corresponding Secretary
The Mythopoeic Society
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