In January the AIO Update posted a news article about an upcoming book about C.S. Lewis which features some writing from Adventures in Odyssey's own Paul McCusker, and now it's time to announce that the book has been released. It is called Women and C.S. Lewis: What His Life and Literature Reveal for Today's Culture. The book includes contributions from nearly thirty authors, each of whom write a chapter. Paul McCusker's chapter is entitled "What do we make of Lewis' relationship with Mrs. Moore?" and is included in a larger section of the book under the heading: "Lewis, the man — and the women in his life." Other writers featured include Michael Ward, Devin Brown, Kathy Keller and Randy Alcorn. The book has already received endorsements from Walter Hooper of the Lewis Estate, Eric Metaxas (best-selling author of Bonhoeffer) and J. Stanley Mattson of the Lewis Foundation, among others. You can learn all about the content this new book covers by listening to an interview with the editor, Carolyn Curtis, on the podcast All About Jack. You'll find Women and C.S. Lewis available for sale on Amazon and Christian Book Distributors. If you're interested in reading more about C.S. Lewis, don't forget to pick up Paul McCusker's other book on the subject, C.S. Lewis & Mere Christianity: The Crisis That Created a Classic. And just in case you missed it, you may also want to take a look at this article from February about Paul McCusker's recent departure from Focus on the Family.