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The Tolkien Society is pleased to announce new editors for both its publications: its bimonthly magazine Amon Hen and its annual journal Mallorn.

Posted by on 4 March 2019

The Tolkien Society and Luna Press Publishing are pleased to announce that Tolkien the Pagan? Reading Middle-earth through a Spiritual Lens: Proceedings of The Tolkien Society Seminar 2018, the nineteenth book in the Peter Roe series, is now available to preorder.

The historian Tom Holland has made a series of interesting tweets recently. The author of Persian Fire, Rubicon,  Millennium, Dynasty, and Athelstan, seems to have a new project, which may be quite interesting Tolkien fans. As many Tolkien fans may not be on twitter, his tweets are summarised below. His first tweet: “I finish Lord […]

The Tolkien Calendar 2020, illustrated by Alan Lee, is now published. Coming alongside Lee’s forthcoming publication The Hobbit Sketchbook, the calendar depicts images from The Hobbit.

On 26 September 2019 Tolkien’s Lost Chaucer edited by John M. Bowers is to be published by Oxford University Press.

Mythlore has announced that the contents of Mallorn 30/Mythlore 80, the elusive, out-of-print Tolkien Centenary Conference are now available to everyone online.

The Tolkien Society is pleased to announce new editors for both its publications: its bimonthly magazine Amon Hen and its annual journal Mallorn.

The Tolkien Calendar 2020, illustrated by Alan Lee, is now published. Coming alongside Lee’s forthcoming publication The Hobbit Sketchbook, the calendar depicts images from The Hobbit.

Posted by on 4 March 2019

The Tolkien Society and Luna Press Publishing are pleased to announce that Tolkien the Pagan? Reading Middle-earth through a Spiritual Lens: Proceedings of The Tolkien Society Seminar 2018, the nineteenth book in the Peter Roe series, is now available to preorder.

On 26 September 2019 Tolkien’s Lost Chaucer edited by John M. Bowers is to be published by Oxford University Press.

The historian Tom Holland has made a series of interesting tweets recently. The author of Persian Fire, Rubicon,  Millennium, Dynasty, and Athelstan, seems to have a new project, which may be quite interesting Tolkien fans. As many Tolkien fans may not be on twitter, his tweets are summarised below. His first tweet: “I finish Lord […]

Mythlore has announced that the contents of Mallorn 30/Mythlore 80, the elusive, out-of-print Tolkien Centenary Conference are now available to everyone online.