Author Diana Glyer sets out in The Company They Keep to show how and why the Inklings did, in fact, influence one another.
Just got a note from HarperCollins with the cover image from the soon to be released book, The Children of Hurin... Read on to see the full-size picture!
Within the next couple of months, a new book examining J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis and how they influenced each others' works will be published.
Just like Sean Bean, Dominic Monaghan doesn't want to burn any bridges between him and New Line Cinema or Peter Jackson.
Check out the cover to next year's eagerly anticipated book, The Children of Hurin! You'll be pleased, I think...
This is the only authorised and fully illustrated insight into the life and career of the award-winning director, from his childhood film projects up to King Kong, together with Jackson's revealing personal account of his six-year quest to film The Lord of the Rings...
Read our extensive interview with James A. Owen, author of Here, There be Dragons, a book in which JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, and Charles Williams are characters injected into the fictional universe of the Imaginarium Geographica.
The Spanish Tolkien Society has posted an interview with Adam Tolkien, grandson of JRR Tolkien and son of Christopher Tolkien, discussing the upcoming book, The Children of Hurin.
Here's a new twist on J.R.R. Tolkien and his impact on 20th century literature: Cast him as a character in a fictional fantasy book.
Publishers Houghton Mifflin and HarperCollins have announced that an unfinished tale by J.R.R. Tolkien, edited by his son Christopher Tolkien, will be released in Spring 2007!
Our very own Lalaith-Elerrina is conducting a writing contest.
The Tolkien Society and fans around the world are celebrating the news of the latest poll that puts Tolkien near the top of a "must read" list put together by members of the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA).
George R.R. Martin--the author of the popular "Song of Fire and Ice" series--has released his latest book A Feast for Crows and was interviewed by the Detroit Free Press, and spoke of Tolkien's influence in his books.
Time Magazine released their 100 best english language novels since 1923, and, as I'd expect, JRR Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings makes the cut.
New volume in the series