Providing opportunities for continuing scholarship and education on the lives and the works of the seven Wade authors is integral to the Wade Center’s mission, and is achieved, in part, through a number of varied publications.
The Wade Center's journal VII has been an ongoing source of valuable scholarship since its inception in 1980. Co-founded by Clyde S. Kilby, Barbara Reynolds and Beatrice Batson, this peer-reviewed academic journal encourages critical assessment of the Wade authors’ works as well as greater understanding of their thought and lives.
- See the bibliographies and CVs on our Directors page for lists of Wade-related publications
- A Well of Wonder and The Arts and the Christian Imagination by Clyde S. Kilby
- Off the Shelf Blog
- Friends of the Wade Newsletter
We are grateful for the partnership between the Wade Center and InterVarsity Press Academic which publishes the Hansen Lectureship series:
- C.S. Lewis in America: Readings and Reception, 1935–1947 (2023) by Mark A. Noll
- The Wonders of Creation: Learning Stewardship from Narnia and Middle-earth (2022) by Kristen Page
- The Everlasting People: G.K. Chesterton and the First Nations (2021) by Matthew Milliner
- Splendour in the Dark: C.S. Lewis's Dymer in His Life and Work (2020) by Jerry Root
- Choosing Community: Action, Faith, and Joy in the Works of Dorothy L. Sayers (2019) by Christine Colón
- George MacDonald in the Age of Miracles (2018) by Timothy Larsen
- The Messiah Comes to Middle-earth (2017) by Philip Ryken
This series provides insight and extensive notes to aid readers in better understanding and enjoyment of books by the Wade authors.
- The Pilgrim’s Regress: Wade Annotated edition by C.S. Lewis, annotated by David C. Downing
- Wade Annotated Dymer, by C.S. Lewis, annotated by David C. Downing; published in the same volume with Splendour in the Dark: C.S. Lewis's Dymer in His Life and Work by Jerry Root
- The Man Born to be King: Wade Annotated edition by Dorothy L. Sayers, annotated by Kathryn Wehr
An Inklings novel by David C. Downing set in 1940 England. Experience a thrilling treasure hunt through the English countryside for the elusive relics of Camelot, and leading beyond into the depths of the human heart and soul.
Signed copies available for purchase at the Wade Center.
A Well of Wonder is a collected volume of writings by Wade founder Clyde S. Kilby on the Wade authors. in addition to offering his own understanding of the Wade authors, Dr. Kilby serves as our guide to a greater perception of the beauty of the created world around us.