Associate Professor of English at Alderson Broaddus University in West Virginia
Tolkien and Lewis
Dr. Charlie W. Starr is an Associate Professor of English at Alderson Broaddus
University in West Virginia. He teaches, writes, and lectures on Classic and American
literature, film, theology, and on the works of C. S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. Charlie has
published numerous scholarly essays, over a hundred popular articles, a dozen chapters
for book anthologies, and seven books (fiction, non-fiction, and scholarly) including his
most recent study, The Faun’s Bookshelf: C. S. Lewis on Why Myth Matters. Charlie has
published over a dozen never-before-seen C. S. Lewis manuscripts including a lost sequel
to The Screwtape Letters and will soon be releasing more new Lewis documents. Dr.
Starr has been hailed as the world’s leading expert on C. S. Lewis’s handwriting.