Are you a Narniac?

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Narniacs aren’t the real problem. The real problem comes from nicknamaniacs who must put a label on everything and everybody.

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About Jeffrey Overstreet

Jeffrey Overstreet departed the Patheos network in order to escape click-bait advertisements that were offending him and his readers. He will re-launch Looking Closer at lookingcloser.org soon. He is the author of The Auralia Thread, a four-volume fantasy series that begins with Auralia's Colors, and a memoir of "dangerous moviegoing" called Through a Screen Darkly. He teaches creative writing and film studies; speaks internationally about art and faith; served as Writer-in-Residence at Covenant College; and is employed by Seattle Pacific University as a project manager, copyeditor, and writer.

  • Chris Durnell

    Business likes to classify everyone as some type of demographic and classify everything as some kind of commodity. However, I think the true problem with Narniacs is that it’s an attempt to create, and therefore control, a brand of people. There are various “geek” cultures out there as a ready market, but before thisI would not say people who like CS Lewis would particularly qualify.


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