C.S. Lewis’s Role as General Editor of Nelson’s Medieval and Renaissance Library Series
Featuring transcriptions (and several images) of 13 previously unpublished letters between C.S. Lewis and Geoffrey Shepherd, senior editor of Nelson’s Medieval and Renaissance Library Series, this article explores a lesser-known side of C.S. Lewis: as an editor of others’ scholarship through Thomas Nelson and Sons and as a professional colleague in academic spheres. To learn more about this collection of Lewis letters, you can watch a promotional YouTube video for the Archive of Correspondence with Autograph Letters Signed from C. S. Lewis to Geoffrey Shepherd by Peter Harrington Books.