Contributor: Shaun Gunner

A Tolkien-inspired opera, The Fall of Gondolin, will be released on 1st September and is now available for pre-order. Composed by Paul Corfield Godfrey is follows on from last year’s Akȃllabeth and Other Tolkien Works.

The Tolkien Society is pleased to announce that the academic and writer Dr Dimita Fimi will be a guest at our Tolkien 2019 event next year.

J.R.R. Tolkien is such a prolific author that, 45 years after his death, he is still providing us with publications that sell in their tens of thousands. With so many coming out in recent years – and the latest, The Fall of Gondolin, arriving in a couple of weeks – it is important to understand […]

The Tolkien Society is pleased to announce the full programme for this year’s Oxonmoot, including the full list of speakers and artists, as well as an exclusive visit to the Bodleian Library to see the Maker of Middle-earth exhibition and a keynote lecture from John Garth.

Author of A Song of Fire and Ice, George R.R. Martin, claims that Tolkien’s killing of Gandalf was influential in his decision to kill off his own characters.

With one year to go until the start of Tolkien 2019, we’re pleased to announce that Ted Nasmith will be one of guests in attendance at the event.

A Tolkien-inspired opera, The Fall of Gondolin, will be released on 1st September and is now available for pre-order. Composed by Paul Corfield Godfrey is follows on from last year’s Akȃllabeth and Other Tolkien Works.

The Tolkien Society is pleased to announce the full programme for this year’s Oxonmoot, including the full list of speakers and artists, as well as an exclusive visit to the Bodleian Library to see the Maker of Middle-earth exhibition and a keynote lecture from John Garth.

The Tolkien Society is pleased to announce that the academic and writer Dr Dimita Fimi will be a guest at our Tolkien 2019 event next year.

Author of A Song of Fire and Ice, George R.R. Martin, claims that Tolkien’s killing of Gandalf was influential in his decision to kill off his own characters.

J.R.R. Tolkien is such a prolific author that, 45 years after his death, he is still providing us with publications that sell in their tens of thousands. With so many coming out in recent years – and the latest, The Fall of Gondolin, arriving in a couple of weeks – it is important to understand […]

With one year to go until the start of Tolkien 2019, we’re pleased to announce that Ted Nasmith will be one of guests in attendance at the event.

About the Author: Shaun Gunner
Shaun is the Chair of The Tolkien Society. Elected in 2013, Shaun regularly speaks about adaptations of Tolkien's works whilst passionately believing the Society needs to reach out to new audiences. In his spare time can be found in the cinema, playing video games and Lego, or on Twitter.