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We are currently looking for one or two volunteers to take over the Society’s sales operations. If you are interested contact our Sales Officer for more information.

Below you will find a list of all Tolkien Society publications currently in stock and available to purchase.

New publication – 31 August 20159780905520216

Journeys & Destinations (Peter Roe Booklet 16) Ed. Ian Collier. The Tolkien Society, 2015. ISBN 978-0905520216

A collection of the proceedings of the 22nd Tolkien Society Seminar held at the Sir John Soane’s Museum in 2009.

£5 including UK delivery and £7.60 for most overseas addresses. Pre-orders will be dispatched on, or shortly after the publication date. Order your copy here.

Holiday closure

Apart from orders for the new publication announced above (which are being handled by the editor) the sales department is closed for its summer holidays.  Please come back after 20 October.   

Back Issues

To order back issues of Amon Hen and Mallorn please select the issues you require here. We will then check the availability and pack the items to get a firm shipping cost. You will then be emailed a link to pay by credit or debit card. On receipt of payment your order will be dispatched.

Bulk ordering discounts are available:

  • If ordering 10 or more a 10% discount applies to the price
  • If ordering 20 or more a 20% discount applies to the price
  • If ordering all available issues a 25% discount applies

Also available are Belladonna’s Broad Sheet 3, Outbreak 8 and Angethras in English (August 1985).


If you order multiple books at the same time we will often be able to save on postage costs and we will refund any savings to your payment card.

Tolkien 2005 Proceedings

The_Tolkien_Society_-_Tolkien_2005_-_The_Ring_Goes_Ever_On_-_Proceedings The Ring Goes Ever On: Proceedings of the Tolkien 2005 Conference. Ed. Sarah Wells. The Tolkien Society, 2008. 2 vols. ISBN 978-0905520247.

In these two large volumes (834 pages) you will find 80 papers about all aspects of J.R.R. Tolkien’s work, including sources, movie adaptations, his characters, his life and his legacy. The authors who have contributed include Tom Shippey, John Garth, Patrick Curry, Colin Duriez, Dimitra Fimi, and Rhona Beare. Other contributors come from all over the world including The Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Spain, Russia, Norway and Brazil as well as the USA and UK. A full contents list can be found on Tolkien Gateway.

We are now able to offer copies at the price of £10 for the two volumes plus the cost of shipping and credit card fees.

The book is also available as a pdf on a CD (ISBN 978-0905520278).

You can order and pay for your print or pdf copy here.

Cover of Freedom Fate and ChoiceFreedom, Fate and Choice (Peter Roe Booklet 15) Ed. Christopher Kreuzer. The Tolkien Society, 2012. ISBN 978-0905520285

A collection of the proceedings of the 21st Tolkien Society Seminar held at Roehampton University in 2008.  It includes papers by Troels Forchhammer, Charles Noad, Anne Marie Gazzolo and Sultana Raza.

£6 including UK delivery and £8 for most overseas addresses. Order your copy here.

Cover of the Return of the Ring art exhibition catalogueReturn of the Ring art exhibition catalogue. Curated by Becky Dillon, design by Craig Taylor. The Tolkien Society, 2012. ISBN 978-0905520292

Illustrated throughout in colour this catalogue is a unique record of the art exhibition held in Loughborough in 2012 as part of the Return of the Ring conference. It includes Tolkien inspired art from fourteen artists as well as material from the Society’s archives.

£12 including UK delivery and £18.50 for most overseas addresses. Order your copy here.

Ways-Creative-Mythologies-1The Ways of Creative Mythologies (Peter Roe Booklet 8). Ed. Maria Kuteeva. Tolkien Society, 2000. ISBN 978-0905520148

The proceedings of the Tolkien Society’s 12th Seminar held in association with the department of English and American studies at Manchester University.  Fifteen papers are included in the two volumes covering “Myth, nationalism and ideology”, “Myth, modernity and postmodernity”, “Mythic imagination” and “Myth in contemporary culture”.

£6.50 including UK delivery and £10.50 for most overseas addresses. Order your copy here.

Cover of the Tolkien Society's Guide to OxfordThe Tolkien Society’s Guide to Oxford. Eds. Ian Collier, Richard Crawshaw, and Andrew Butler. Tolkien Society, 2005. ISBN 978-0905520179

This 35 page guide takes you on a walking tour of central Oxford visiting sites of Tolkien interest. There is information about places of interest in the wider Oxford area.  It includes maps showing all the sites.  There is a detailed tour of Merton College.  The whole guide is illustrated with colour photographs.

£1.75 including UK delivery and £3 for most overseas addresses. Order your copy here.