- Good heavens! Ray Tripp was my Anglo-Saxon and Arthurian studies
prof at the University of Denver back in 1977-81. He did indeed
write on the subject of Lewis (though he wasn't fond of Tolkien). I
had no idea he was still active.
I think I may have more information on an Inklings based magazine
here in Denver, but several years ago. It was not Dr. Tripp's
publication. I'll see if I can find anything.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Joe R. Christopher"
> >Does anyone know anything about a publication called Inklings thatis (or
> >was) based in Denver? Someone told me about it, but a Googlesearch turned
> >nothing. If it's OUR Inklings, then I'd be interested in it.
> You might try
> C. S. Lewis Center
> run by Raymond Tripp
> St. Mark's Parish
> 1405 South Vine Street
> Denver CO 80210.
> There was a man in Denver who published several studies related to
> (and maybe the Inklings) and the name _Tripp_ _sounds_ right--butI'm not
- I *believe* this is the address for the publication in question,
which is described as a "literary and arts quarterly." It is most
likely the one that Janet referenced. The phone number doesn't seem
to be functional - I get a fast busy signal. 8-(
"Threads of Truth From Art and Story"
Contact: Paradox Publishing, 1650 Washington St., Denver, CO 80203
- In a message dated 6/16/2003 2:50:35 PM Central Daylight Time,
> Ray Tripp was my Anglo-Saxon and Arthurian studiesPossibly because Tolkien wasn't fond of Arthur!
> prof at the University of Denver back in 1977-81. He did indeed
> write on the subject of Lewis (though he wasn't fond of Tolkien). I
> had no idea he was still active.
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