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The Importance of Made Up Maps

I’m currently making my way through Margaret Atwood’s In Other Worlds: SF and the Human Imaginationa book devoted to, in large part, examining the history and psychology of science fiction as much as her own creation of it.   394 more words

Literature

Behold! You Are Come to Cerin Amroth! (And Look! There's Dol Guldur!)

Even before having his blindfold removed, Frodo was enamored by Lothlorien. But once he could see, so much of it came flooding over him. This was done by direct order from Galadriel herself. 1,399 more words

Book Review - Tolkien: How an Obscure Oxford Professor Wrote The Hobbit and Became the Most Beloved Author of the Century

Tolkien: How an Obscure Oxford Professor Wrote The Hobbit and Became the Most Beloved Author of the Century by Devin Brown – Out today, October 21st from Abingdon Press… 461 more words

Books

Book Update

I finished Tolkien’s The Silmarillion and it was wonderful!  The first time I was trying to read it was years ago when I was an upper-class high school student. 258 more words

Bear With Me: Advanced Search

One of the inevitable truths of Living Card Games is that deck building becomes more difficult as the game grows. With an expanded card pool, there are so many cards to choose from, and unless you plan on building 70 card decks, there just is not enough room for every card that you want to play. 1,267 more words

Lord Of The Rings LCG

The Love Song of G. Samwise Gamgee

The Love Song of G. Samwise Gamgee

J. R. R. Eliot

Ai! laurië lantar lassi súrinen,
yéni únótimë ve rámar aldaron!
Yéni ve lintë yuldar avánier… 448 more words

Writing

Lament for Boromir

By J.R.R Tolkien from The Lord Of The Rings

Mighty and  fierce was Boromir the son of Denethor. Noble and Gracious was Boromir  for he was of noble birth.Strong and weak was Boromir for he was but a man. 449 more words

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