Contributor: Shaun Gunner
Posted by on 29 July 2017

The Fellowship of the Ring, being the first part of The Lord of the Rings, was published 63 years ago today, on the 29th July 1954.

Posted by on 27 July 2017

The Tolkien Society’s journal, Mallorn, is looking for contributions in its forthcoming edition, due out at Christmas 2017.

Posted by on 24 July 2017

Composer Paul Corfield Godfrey has received the permission of the Tolkien Estate to use text from Tolkien’s works in his new album, Akȃllabeth and Other Tolkien Works.

Posted by on 28 July 2017

A brand new Tolkien event – “Celebrate Tolkien” – is due to be held in South Carolina this November.

Posted by on 25 July 2017

Finnish film director Dome Karukoski is due to direct the biopic Tolkien in a film that will chronicle J.R.R. Tolkien’s formative years.

Posted by on 23 July 2017

The Tolkien Society’s Oxonmoot is the world’s longest-running annual event dedicated to Tolkien. Taking place in an Oxford college over a long weekend close to Frodo and Bilbo’s birthday in September, it is rightly considered one of the most important events for lovers of Tolkien and his works. Here are just 10 reasons why you […]

Posted by on 29 July 2017

The Fellowship of the Ring, being the first part of The Lord of the Rings, was published 63 years ago today, on the 29th July 1954.

Posted by on 28 July 2017

A brand new Tolkien event – “Celebrate Tolkien” – is due to be held in South Carolina this November.

Posted by on 27 July 2017

The Tolkien Society’s journal, Mallorn, is looking for contributions in its forthcoming edition, due out at Christmas 2017.

Posted by on 25 July 2017

Finnish film director Dome Karukoski is due to direct the biopic Tolkien in a film that will chronicle J.R.R. Tolkien’s formative years.

Posted by on 24 July 2017

Composer Paul Corfield Godfrey has received the permission of the Tolkien Estate to use text from Tolkien’s works in his new album, Akȃllabeth and Other Tolkien Works.

Posted by on 23 July 2017

The Tolkien Society’s Oxonmoot is the world’s longest-running annual event dedicated to Tolkien. Taking place in an Oxford college over a long weekend close to Frodo and Bilbo’s birthday in September, it is rightly considered one of the most important events for lovers of Tolkien and his works. Here are just 10 reasons why you […]

About the Author: Shaun Gunner
Shaun is the current 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.