William Thompson is an associate professor at MacEwan University, Canada. He teaches courses in both children’s literature and science fiction. He has written articles on L.M. Montgomery and J.K. Rowling, and his latest piece, “Of Dying Gods and Lamp-Posts: Repositioning C.S. Lewis’s Narniad for the Twenty-First Century,” appeared in The Inklings and Culture: A Harvest of Scholarship from the Inklings Society of Canada, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2020. He is totally blind, considers coffee a food group, and he loves to walk and read, usually at the same time.
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