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Jeffrey Johnson, Kirstin; sometimes cited as Johnson, Kirstin

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              Rooted Deep: Discovering the Literary Identity of Mythopoeic Fantasist George MacDonald.

                 The Storyteller.

               ”The Curdie Books, Please”: C. S. Lewis’ Co-creative Reading      in That Hideous Strength

                  Sacred Story

               What C.S. Lewis Learned from his ‘Master’

              Unravelling Phantastes

               Transformative Reception: ‘L’onction de nard’ by Arcabas                      English   Dutch

 Life More Abundant: Emily Carr                                                             English   Dutch

Leaping into the Liminal         Leaping into The Liminal: Only Say the Word by Erica Grimm

             Awakening the Fools: The Joy of the Fool by Cecil Collins

English   Dutch

             Factual Myth, the Legend of Faith

            A Call to Childlikeness

            At Home with Unicorns

            Cultivating Apprehension: Beauty & Kids’ Lit

            Deliver Us from Atrophy

             Every Wrinkle Tells A Story: Celebrate or Eradicate?



      Tolkien’s Mythopoesis  (original title: “Branches on the Tree of Tales: Tolkien and Mythopoesis,” attributed to “Kirstin Johnson.”)

            Curdie’s Intertextual Dialogue: Engaging Maurice, Arnold, and Isaiah.

            “George MacDonald (Biographic)”

             Speaking Matrilineally (and especially of Uncle Mackintosh MacKay)

Lecture Audio:

              The Mythopoeic Mission of George MacDonald

Doctoral Thesis:

             ‘Rooted in all its story, more is meant than meets the ear’ : a study of the relational and revelational nature of George MacDonald’s mythopoeic art