Our big fall lecture will be held at Glen Eyrie castle on Sunday October 14 at 3pm, with coffee and tea reception to follow. Join us at Glen Eyrie for a magical time exploring one of C.S. Lewis's most profound works of fiction, Till We Have Faces.

Patron and artist members will be invited to attend a special workshop with the speaker the day before. Click here to learn how to become a patron.

About the Speaker

 Image (c) Lancia E. Smith

Image (c) Lancia E. Smith

Andrew Lazo is an internationally recognized authority on the life and writings of C.S. Lewis and fellow Inklings. He was the Mythopoeic Society’s 2016 Scholar Guest of Honor and a Plenary Speaker at the C.S. Lewis Foundation’s 2017 Summer Institute in Oxford and Cambridge.

An expert on “Till We Have Faces,” the novel Lewis considered “far and away” his best, Lazo is currently partnering with the School of Christian Thought at HBU and Houston Christian High School to present a 4-part lecture series on “C.S. Lewis & The Myth of Love: (Un)Veiling the Mysteries of ‘Till We Have Faces.’”