You may be looking for information on how to make a nomination for The Tolkien Society Awards 2017.
The Tolkien Society Awards recognise excellence in the fields of Tolkien scholarship and fandom, highlighting our long-standing charitable objective to “seek to educate the public in, and promote research into, the life and works of Professor John Ronald Reuel Tolkien CBE“.
Winners are announced during the Annual Dinner at the AGM & Springmoot, held on a weekend each April, for the previous calendar year.
As of 2015, the categories (which may vary slightly each year) are:
- Best Artwork
- Best Article
- Best Book
- Best Website
- Outstanding Contribution Award
There is no restriction on where books/articles/websites are published/hosted, but they should all be in English. The Best Book Award applies to both an edited book with multiple articles by different authors as well as a book by the same author(s) throughout. The Outstanding Contribution Award recognises individuals who have made important and exceptional contributions to Tolkien scholarship, Tolkien fandom, or the promotion of Tolkien and his works.
|Year Awarded||Best Artwork||Best Article||Best Book||Best Website||Outstanding Contribution|
|2017||Elena Kukanova, “Maglor“||Joseph Loconte, “How J.R.R. Tolkien Found Mordor on the Western Front“
||A Secret Vice, ed. Dimitra Fimi and Andy Higgins||N/A||John Garth|
|2016||Tomás Hijo, “The Prancing Pony“||John Garth, “Tolkien’s ‘immortal four’ meet for the last time“||The Art of The Lord of the Rings, ed. Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull||Bradford Lee Eden, The Journal of Tolkien Research||Verlyn Flieger|
|2015||Fabio Leone, “Ulmo appears before Tuor“||Michael Flowers, “A Hemlock by any other name…“||J.R.R. Tolkien and Christopher Tolkien (ed.), Beowulf: A Translation and Commentary||Neil Holford, TolkienBooks.net||Tom Shippey|
|2014||Jenny Dolfen, “Eärendil the Mariner“||John Garth, “Tolkien and the boy who didn’t believe in fairies“||Book: Paul Simpson and Brian Robb, Middle-Earth Envisioned
Novel: J.R.R. Tolkien and Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Fall of Arthur
|Emil Johansson, LOTR Project||Christopher Tolkien|