Contributor: Shaun Gunner
Posted by on 18 May 2016

Today, 18th May, is recognised worldwide as Internation Museum Day which aims to promote museums and educate the public about the challenges museums face. But one of the questions I am most frequently asked is “Why isn’t there a museum to J.R.R. Tolkien?“

Posted by on 1 March 2016

The nomination period for the third annual Tolkien Society Awards is now open. The Awards recognise excellence in Tolkien scholarship and fandom.

HarperCollins have announced a worldwide deal with Warner Bros. to publish The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Colouring Book this June.

Posted by on 3 March 2016

Artist John Cockshaw is hosting a Tolkien-inspired art exhibition at the Mill Bridge Gallery in Skipton.

An authorised stage play of J.R.R. Tolkien’s short story Leaf by Niggle is going to tour round Scotland this spring.

A newly-discovered species of stink bug discovered in South America has been named after J.R.R. Tolkien’s dragon Ancalagon.

Posted by on 18 May 2016

Today, 18th May, is recognised worldwide as Internation Museum Day which aims to promote museums and educate the public about the challenges museums face. But one of the questions I am most frequently asked is “Why isn’t there a museum to J.R.R. Tolkien?“

Posted by on 3 March 2016

Artist John Cockshaw is hosting a Tolkien-inspired art exhibition at the Mill Bridge Gallery in Skipton.

Posted by on 1 March 2016

The nomination period for the third annual Tolkien Society Awards is now open. The Awards recognise excellence in Tolkien scholarship and fandom.

An authorised stage play of J.R.R. Tolkien’s short story Leaf by Niggle is going to tour round Scotland this spring.

HarperCollins have announced a worldwide deal with Warner Bros. to publish The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Colouring Book this June.

A newly-discovered species of stink bug discovered in South America has been named after J.R.R. Tolkien’s dragon Ancalagon.

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.