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Posted at 19:35 on 13 November 2015

The latest edition of the Journal of Inklings Studies has been published and features a number of Tolkien-related articles and reviews.

Posted at 19:07 on 11 November 2015

The Bodleian Libraries and TORCH have released the video from “The Lord of the Rings: Tolkien’s Legacy”, an event held on 29th October to celebrate the 60th anniversary of The Lord of the Rings.

Posted at 19:17 on 9 November 2015

The Institute of Continuing Education at the University of Cambridge are offering a course entitled “Tolkien’s amazing world: understanding Middle-earth and how it came to be” this January.

Posted at 19:31 on 3 November 2015

ADC Books are selling a unique collection of original letters, photographs, and postcards from the family of J.R.R. Tolkien. The asking price is £249,750.

Posted at 19:09 on 25 October 2015

Jenny Dolfen, renowned Tolkien artist and winner of the 2014 Tolkien Society Award for Best Artwork, has announced that her new book Songs of Sorrow and Hope will be released in the new year.

Posted at 19:19 on 12 November 2015

Best-selling author of The Games of Thrones and A Song of Fire and Ice series, George R.R. Martin, has stated that the ending to his books will reflect J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.

Posted at 20:36 on 6 November 2015

This weekend The Hobbit Fan Fellowship and Warner Bros. are hosting a special screening of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – Extended Edition. The event is set to feature a few surprises, so make sure you join the live stream!

Posted at 19:16 on 2 November 2015

Published by The Tolkien Society, and with nearly 100 articles from leading Tolkien scholars around the world, the Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 conference contain a wealth of information and academic research that would make the perfect gift (for yourself or someone else!). Buy your copy today for the discount price of just £10!

Posted at 14:41 on 24 October 2015

A specialist at Blackwell’s Rare Books has found a loose map of Middle-earth featuring annotations by J.R.R. Tolkien inside a copy of The Lord of the Rings owned by the late Pauline Baynes.