Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936) was a prolific English writer, journalist, and poet especially well known for his keen wit and clever turn of phrase. An outspoken Christian apologist, he converted to Roman Catholicism in 1922 and wrote a popular series of detective novels featuring a fictional priest, Father Brown, who thought his way through solving many a murder mystery while serving as voice for Chesterton's own observations of life and the human condition.
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The American Chesterton Society
Membership organization promotes scholarship, sponsors an annual conference. Biography, suggested reading for beginners, directory of local groups, blog, and FAQs.
Chesterton and Friends
Group blog discussing Chesterton's thought, influence, and his impact upon contemporaries.
Chesterton Reformed: A Protestant Interpretation
James Sauer tries to figure out why he, an American evangelical Protestant, finds himself charmed and edified by G.K. Chesterton, a British Catholic apologist.
Large collection of books, articles, and essays, most in several formats (HTML, text, zip). Brief biography, picture archive, and web resources.
G.K. Chesterton, Writer
From James Kiefer's Christian Biographies.
G.K. Chesterton: The Apostle of Common Sense
Television series carried on EWTN. Information on hosts, schedule, two promotional videos, and an archive of episodes in RealAudio.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Brief illustrated biography, with links to related topics.
The GK Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture
Located at Seton Hall University. Sponsors conferences, lecture series, research and writing. Publisher of The Chesterton Review.
Ignatius Insight: G.K. Chesterton
Survey and introduction. Includes additional articles and excerpts.
Top Meadow's Chesterton Gallery
Computer game firm named after Chesterton's home in Beaconsfield presents images including an autographed portrait of Chesterton, a photo of a poem in GKC's own handwriting, and the illustrations which accompanied Fr. Brown's debut in print.
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