Below is a list of further useful resources
Wikipedia site of Barbara Reynolds, co-translator with DLS of Dante’s Divine Comedy and editor of several collections of DLS’ letters.
An email discussion group dedicated to Sayers’ non-mystery works.
Christ Church Cathedral School, where DLS’ father was headmaster.
St Mary’s, Bluntisham-cum-Earith, where DLS’s father was Rector, launched an appeal in 2003 to realise Henry Sayers’ dream of restoring and re-hanging the bells for full-circle ringing. The Society took a leading role, and on New Year’s Eve 2004 the first peal on the restored bells was rung - appropriately, this was Kent Treble Bob Major, the method featured in The Nine Tailors.
Kirkcudbright – one of DLS’ favourite holiday destinations, and the setting of Five Red Herrings.
A transcription of The Greatest Drama Ever Told
C.S. Lewis Links Page and Exhaustive Bibliography.
C.S. Lewis and the Inklings Home Page.
C.S. Lewis Society of California. Their web site has an extensive collection of links to relevant articles and resources.
Margery Allingham: The official web site of the Margery Allingham Society.
Somerville College, Oxford Dorothy L. Sayers' College at Oxford
The following periodicals have articles on DLS in their archives: