The Lewis Legacy-Issue 71, Winter 1997
STOP AND SHOP
The C.S. Lewis Foundation for Truth in Publishing
January 1, 1997
--Expiration Date (Tor, 1996), the latest fantasy novel by Lewis-lover Tim Powers, begins with an 11-year-old boy who breaks into his parents' plaster bust of Dante and inhales the ghost of Thomas Alva Edison. The book is an adult ghost story set in Los Angeles. According to a review in the Los Angeles Times, it "is a fine melange of the fantastic and mundane, its outlandish loops and limbs and odd-shaped parts at last locking down, in purest Tim Powers fashion, into a richly textured, eminently human, whole."
--David Neuhuser's article on page 9 of this Issue refers to Sir Gibbie by George MacDonald. Kathryn Lindskoog still has copies of her edition of that novel. Please include $7.00 for each copy.
--December 1996 release from Cornerstone Press Chicago: Kathryn Lindskoog's poetry collection titled Light Showers. Price $5.00. Order by calling toll-free1-888-40-PRESS, or order though your bookstore. Also available from Kathryn Lindskoog.