The Inside is Bigger than the Outside: A Christmas Thought from Narnia and for Our World Too

By Brenton Dickieson, January 1, 2016 Word Count: 990 Rating: G Summary: An analysis of Christmas as presented in Narnia, and a suggestion for how it could be used to understand Christmas in the real world. “Always winter and never Christmas.” This is the condition where we first discover Narnia in The Lion, the Witch,... Continue Reading →

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A London Christmas: Chapter 3

By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 4163 Rating: G Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one? The next day, Lucy was skipping to keep up with Peter’s long strides. “I wonder what Father Christmas will bring us... Continue Reading →

A London Christmas: Chapter 2

By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 4163 Rating: G Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one? Chapter 2 One day, like many others, Edmund came home to find the girls and Mrs. Pevensie in the kitchen, getting... Continue Reading →

I&F Winter & Christmas 2017

Our 2017 Winter Themed Issue is here! Yes, the theme of the issue is Winter and Christmas. Fanfiction, original fiction, poetry, articles on many different aspects of the season & more - it's all here!

A London Christmas: Table of Contents

By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 4163 Rating: G Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one? Chapter 1 “Mum! Mum!” the Pevensie children shouted, making their way toward the familiar green cap. “Peter! Susan! Ed! Lucy!” Mrs.... Continue Reading →

A London Christmas: Chapter 1

By Sarah Levesque Word Count: 4163 Rating: G Summary: The Pevensies celebrate their first Christmas back in London with their Mother, but they miss Narnia terribly. Can the children make it a merry one? Chapter 1 “I see her!” Lucy cried, her face pressed against the cold train window. “Where?” Edmund, Susan, and Peter turned... Continue Reading →

I Want to Go to Narnia

I WANT TO GO TO NARNIA By Daniel Klawitter Word count: 69 Rating: G Summary: The poet wishes he could experience a Narnia adventure. I want to go to Narnia Where the animals can speak. I want to meet King Aslan And the mouse named Reepicheep. I want to ride a centaur, Which truly would... Continue Reading →

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