Columbia Interviews Douglas Gresham

The Dec 2010 issue of Columbia ran an interview with Douglas Gresham. Columbia asked questions about how the Chronicles affected Gresham’s life. They also asked if there was anything Gresham wanted to share about Lewis’ personality. Gresham shared that one of the things that seems to get lost is “the man’s immense sense of fun and humor.” To read the entire interview, visit the website. Thanks to stargazer for the link!

3 Responses

  1. The Inscrutable Rutabaga says:

    I'll have to look up "Till We Have Faces" I hadn't heard of it before but now I'm quite intrigued. Thanks stargazer 🙂

  2. the lyrical goose says:

    *Till We Have Faces* *is* an unusual book–unusual in that it is "a myth retold," as its subtitle says–and unusual for those who are mostly familiar with the Narnia stories. The tone is different–darker, and less sparkling, with a heroine who is, in a way, the exact opposite of Lucy Pevensie. But it can be quite a powerful book, particularly for people who have questions about the character of God. It can truly open your eyes, as the heroine's eyes are opened at the end of the book.