Vote now in the Tolkien Society Awards 2022
The Trustees of The Tolkien Society are pleased to announce the shortlist for The Tolkien Society Awards 2022. Voting is open exclusively to members of the Society through the Members’ Area.
The shortlist for the Awards is as follows:
- “Minas Tirith built from 110000 LEGO Bricks” build by BricksCreations, Stebrick; design by Stefano Mapelli
- “The Curious Fox” by Matěj Čadil
- “Across Arda” by Ralph Damiani
- “Forth Eorlingas!” by Jenny Dolfen
- “Smaug” by Anke Eissmann
- “Fire and Water” by Norloth
- “The Red Book and Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings: A Fantasic Uncertainty” by Vincent Ferré in Mallorn 62, winter 2021
- “The Lay of Aotrou and Itroun’: Sexuality, Imagery, and Desire in Tolkien’s Works by Yvette Kisor (Tolkien Studies, vol. 18, 2021)
- “A Song of Greater Power: Tolkien’s Construction of Lúthien Tinúviel” by Clare Moore in Mallorn 62, winter 2021
- The Gallant Edith Bratt, Nancy Bunting and Seamus Hamill-Keays
- The Nature of Middle-earth, ed. Carl Hostetter
- Pictures by J.R.R. Tolkien (republished), ed. Christopher Tolkien
- Tolkien and the Classical World, ed. Hamish Williams
Best Online Content
- The Digital Tolkien Project (digitaltolkien.com)
- The Prancing Pony Podcast (theprancingponypodcast.com)
- The Roving Ranger Newsletter (tinyletter.com/TheTolkienist)
- The Tolkienist (thetolkienist.com)
Outstanding Contribution Award
The recipient of the Outstanding Contribution Award 2022 has been selected by the Trustees and will be announced in due course.
Every member will be able to vote once in each category via the Members’ Area of this website.
You have until midnight on Friday 8th April to vote.
If you’re not a member but would like to take part, join the Society now.
About the Author: Shaun Gunner
Shaun is the Chair of The Tolkien Society. First elected in 2013, Shaun has overseen the Society's expansion from 600 to 3,500 members. Shaun regularly speaks about adaptations of Tolkien's works and the future of Tolkien scholarship whilst passionately believing the Society needs to reach out to new audiences. In his spare time he can be found playing video games and Lego, or on Twitter. He also chairs another charity, Mankind, and is a local councillor.