CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- "The Inklings," a group of scholars and writers who met weekly for nearly 20 years at an Oxford, England, pub to read aloud their works and solicit each other's advice will be profiled in a program held from 7 to 8:15 p.m. nightly on Wednesdays throughout October at St. Matthew's Mathes Hall, 36 Norwood Road.
C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and four others will be presented. Using film clips, discussion, and reading from their works, presenters will focus on six well-known English authors who powerfully influenced literature and Christianity throughout the 20th century. Besides Lewis and Tolkien, writers G.K. Chesterton and Dorothy Sayers (non Inklings), philosopher Owen Barfield and author Charles Williams will also be profiled.
For information, contact St. Matthew's Episcopal Church at 304-343-3837.