Order Volumes 31-34 of VII through the Wheaton College Bookstore. Online ordering for Volumes 1-30 coming soon!
Please note the prices for VII in the Wheaton College Bookstore include shipping. If you have any issues with ordering please contact the Wade Center via phone and we can assist you.
We have simplified our rates for your convenience. Add the base rate to the shipping rate to estimate your cost.
*Due to increasing international shipping costs we have raised our rates for all Canadian and international orders. Please see the updated rates below. Please accept our sincerest apologies for the inconvenience.
For example, an institutional order shipped internationally will cost $55 ($31 + $24) and a individual order shipped domestically will cost $18 ($14 + $4)
We continue to welcome tax-deductible donations to the VII Endowment which help keep the journal accessible to a wide range of readers.
More Ordering Options
Back issues can be ordered at the current subscription rate. All back issues are now available for purchase online! Volumes 6 and 7 sold out and are now available as reprints. Purchase of the entire set of volumes to date qualifies for a discount; contact the Wade Center to arrange such an order.
Send your personal or organizational check with an order form to:
The Marion E. Wade Center
Attn: VII Subscriptions
501 College Avenue
Wheaton, IL 60187
We apologize, but we are no longer able to except cheques in British pounds. We are able to accept credit payments internationally. Please contact the Wade Center with any questions regarding this change
Purchase all volumes online using a credit card now through the Wheaton Bookstore. Payment by MasterCard or VISA (charged in US dollars) can also be made by mail with an order form, by phone (630-752-5908).
Large orders can be discussed via email for consolidated shipping costs. (For your protection, please do not include any sensitive personal information such as credit card numbers in email).
Learn more about the contents of Volume 34 which includes three little-known and diverse works by C.S. Lewis as well as articles on Charles Williams, Owen Barfield, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Lewis.