Like Bishop Schneider, Joseph Pearce is giving a talk to the LMS One-Day Conference on 24th May.
He is the author of numerous books (see Wikipedia), including many biographies of Chesterton, Belloc, Tolkein, Oscar Wilde, and Solzhenitsyn, and books of and about poetry.
He has written on the relationship to the Catholic Faith of C.S. Lewis, Shakespeare, and Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.
One very important work of his, in my view, is Literary Converts, describing the great wave of intellectual converts in the first half of the 20th century.
His latest, autobiographical, book, Race with the Devil, will be on sale at the conference. It describes his conversion from far-right political activism to Catholicism; see the Catholic World Report feature on it here.
At the conference he will be talking about the role of the Traditional Mass in conversions.
The evening before, Friday 23rd May, he will address the Catholic Writers' Guild, the Keys. This event is open only to guild members and their guests. If you are a member, or know one ou can drag along, do come!
Book your place at the LMS Conference here.