Kevin Flaherty delivered a lecture to The New York C.S. Lewis Society on Friday November 13th, 2020 on the topic, “For God and Country- The Wartime Works of G.K. Chesterton and C.S. Lewis.” He told the story of how both writers in their own ways contributed to uplifting the morale of the British people during the calamitous period from World War One through World War Two.
He also spoke about G.K. Chesterton at the Sheen Center Film Club on May 30th, 2017 following the presentation of Bishop Robert Barron’s episode on Chesterton from his series “Catholicism- The Pivotal Players”.
Walter Raubicheck and his associate, Anya Morlan, have published the book Christianity and the Detective Story. This is drawn from the conference of the same name that was held at Pace University in 2010. It features Dale Ahlquist’s talk on “G.K. Chesterton on the Art of Murder and the Divine Detective”. This book is published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing and is available from Amazon.
John Martin wrote and performed “Rhapsodist In Blue” in February 2013. It’s “a fast-paced, far-ranging literary entertainment, essentially original but aided and abetted by Shakespeare, Shelley, Emily Dickinson, W.B.Yeats, T.S.Elliot, Dylan Thomas, and other great masters of the language.”
Richard J. Stuart has written a fantasy saga, “Tales of Tiberius”. Visit www.talesoftiberius.com to learn about the exploits of Tiberius Fuller and friends in the Stewardship.
Our old friend and former member of the New York Chesterton Society, Dawn Eden Goldstein, has a new book out called “Sunday Will Never Be The Same”.