The New York C.S. Lewis Society

The New York C.S. Lewis Society (founded 1969) is the oldest society for the appreciation and discussion of C.S. Lewis in the world.

​The Society holds Meetings every second Friday of the month (except August).

​Subscribing members receive a bi-monthly bulletin - 
CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society.

Membership and Back Issues are available by contacting the secretary.

Photo of Lewis at writing desk used by permission of
​The Marion E. Wade Center, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL.

The Society publishes a bi-monthly bulletin.
​Each issue contains essays about C. S. Lewis
​and his works as well as summaries of the colorful discussions during recent Society meetings. 
Interest in C.S. Lewis has exploded with the success of the movie of
​The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in 2005. The next Narnia movie,
The Silver Chair, is now being planned for a future release.
“Joy is the serious business of heaven."      C. S. Lewis





A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE
NEW YORK C.S. LEWIS SOCIETY


by Robert Trexler

Adapted from a talk presented at Taylor University June 2014​​​​​​