A new book based on JRR Tolkien's notes and unfinished manuscripts has just been published, The Fall of Arthur.
A surprising find by HarperCollins yields two dozen unpublished sketches from The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien!
An interview with Dr. Steven Beebe, the professor who discovered Lewis's unpublished notebook with the beginnings of a collaborative manuscript between him and Tolkien.
"Nothing quite like it was ever done before.... The utterly new achievement of Professor Tolkien is that he carries a comparable sense of reality unaided. Probably no book yet written in the world is quite such a radical instance of what its author has elsewhere called 'sub-creation'."
Hear what Megan had to say about JW Braun's new companion to the movie trilogy!
Here's an exciting interview with the author of the new book "The Lord of the Films," along with excerpts and the promise of an upcoming review.
Frodo from The Lord of the Rings weighs on his Hobbit thoughts.
Dr. Corey Olsen has bug a series of online lectures/podcasts, going through Tolkien's books in detail, exploring Tolkien's world, characters, language, and themes... This is an casual academic study we highly recommend.
The beginning of what was intended to be a collaborative work between Tolkien and Lewis has been discovered in Oxford.
Middle-earth appears in digital format on Amazon's digital book reader.
Here's a scholarly review that gives a glimpse into the depth that such an educated work by Tolkien encompasses.
"I dare say that a good many will be instantly put off by the very idea of 'long narrative poems in verse' and pursue it no further."
Christopher Tolkien has once again published a "New" book by his father titled "The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrun".
"This book describes the childhood adventures of Hilary and JRR Tolkien. Hilary was JRR Tolkien's younger brother and this book uses Hilary's own words from recently discovered notebooks and previously unpublished letters between the brothers."
In May of this year, HarperCollins will be publishing Tolkien's previously unpublished retelling of the legend of Sigurd and Gudrún.