Re: C.S. Lewis Foundation summer programs
- I know that Diana Glyer is one of the plenary speakers next summer;
she did a workshop for them in San Diego this past summer and was very
impressed with the quality of the operation. I am *hoping* to go (that
may read better as "fantasizing about going") next year; will keep an
eye out for how things develop.
-- Lynn --
--- In email@example.com, "Cole Matson" <ccematson@...> wrote:
> Has anyone on the list attended the C.S. Lewis Foundation's summer
> seminars-in-residence at the Kilns or its Oxbridge Summer Institute at
> Oxford and Cambridge? I'm planning a trip to Britain next summer or
> and am trying to decide whether to register for one or the other.
> seminar sounds ideal, but is a little out of my current price range,
> I think I can afford one week of the Summer Institute if I find cheaper
> accommodations outside of college. I would like to find out if the
> are as good as they sound.
> Also, does anyone have any suggestions for quality Lewis- (or
> Tolkien-)related activities? I'm planning on visiting the Kilns, the
> at Headington Quarry, the Bird and Baby, and Magdalen College at
> perhaps attending a meeting of the Oxford C.S. Lewis Society. I also
> like to visit Cambridge. I'm trying to pack as much as I can into up to
> three weeks, while also not burning myself out, which also includes
> to Scotland to see friends, at least a day in London, and possible
> other locations I've always wanted to see (such as Arthur's Seat in
> Glastonbury, and the Isle of Man).
> Finally, I would love to meet any Mythsoc members either residing in or
> visiting Britain at that time. (My trip will almost certainly be
> from July to October, probably in July and/or August. Peak traveling
> know, but I have a work contract through the end of June and would
> visit before it gets too cold.) Consider yourself invited to a hot
> friendly conversation on me.
> Cole Matson
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