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Call for Programming: NY Tolkien Conference 2016

Greetings Fellowship,

We are excited to announce our Call for Programming for the 2nd Annual New York Tolkien Conference.  This year we are taking a slightly different approach in the type of programs we are seeking. 652 more words

News

Book List Progress: September-December 2015

The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings by Philip and Carol Zaleski was the last book I completely read for this year, bringing my total number of books read in 2015 to twenty-eight, eight books short of my goal of thirty-six but eight more than read in 2014. 585 more words

Book List 2015

Literary Lessons for a Scholarly Holiday

Well, I’m Back Home Again in Indiana for the holidays, with very little to do except read my old journals from high school, goof off with my siblings, avoid former acquaintances at the gym, and visit the la-di-da grocery store that just opened up around the corner. 464 more words

Books

Book Review: "The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings: J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Owen Barfield, Charles Williams" (Philip Zaleski and Carol Zaleski)

Given that it’s Tolkien Appreciation Month, I’ve been reading pretty widely, not just revisiting The Lord of the Rings, but also wading into the waters of Tolkien biography and secondary scholarship.   749 more words

Fantasy

On Today's Bookshelf (XXIII)

It’s the holiday season again and time to be thinking about gifts for family, friends, even clients. What could be a better or more appropriate gift from an editor than a book? 1,112 more words

Books & EBooks

Happy Birthday C.S. Lewis

“We were talking of DRAGONS, Tolkien and I In a Berkshire bar. The big workman Who had sat silent and sucked his pipe All the evening, from his empty mug With gleaming eye glanced towards us: “I seen ’em myself!” he said fiercely.”

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Lit Weekend

This weekend was all about books. On Saturday, I went to the Harry Potter experience at the Warner Brothers Studios, and on Sunday, I went to Oxford. 573 more words

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