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What do you think of the new module on the homepage?
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I have put together a widget that combines, labels, and sorts by date posts to multiple (currently three) other RSS feeds into a sort of meta-feed for interesting Tolkien related posts.

Do you like it? Not like it?

If you like it, have other feeds I can combine into it?

Please tell me what you think!

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Re: Proof copies of all three LOTR volumes for auction
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I have added a few notes in a comment to the article - mostly based on information from the A&U archive.

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Mythlore 99/100 Table of Contents
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This was just released by Janet Brennan Croft, and should be mailed to subscribers in a week or so.

Mythlore Issue 99/100, Volume 26, Number 1/2, Fall/Winter 2007

Editorial - Janet Brennan Croft

"Deep Lies the Sea-Longing" : Inklings of Home - Charles A. Huttar

The Centre of the Inklings: Lewis? Williams? Barfield? Tolkien? - Diana Pavlac Glyer

"Good, Not Safe": Structure vs. Chaos in Narnia and the Writing Workshop - Ethan Campbell and Robert Jackson

Letters to Malcolm and the Trouble with Narnia: C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Their 1949 Crisis - Eric Seddon

Sacral Kingship: Aragorn as the Rightful and Sacrificial King in The Lord of the Rings - Karen Simpson Nikakis

Archaeology and the Sense of History in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth - Deborah Sabo

The Enigma of Radagast: Revision, Melodrama, and Depth - Nicholas Birns

Tolkien as a Child of The Green Fairy Book - Ruth Berman

Imitative Desire in Tolkien's Mythology: A Girardian Perspective - Hayden Head

Maldon and Moria: On Byrhtnoth, Gandalf, and Heroism in The Lord of the Rings - Alexander M. Bruce

At Home and Abroad: Éowyn's Two-fold Figuring as War Bride in The Lord of the Rings - Melissa Smith

Pagan Beliefs in The Serpent's Tooth - Joe R. Christopher

Nazis, Mythology, and Totalitarian Minds in Kurt Vonnegut's Mother Night - Gilbert McInnis

Reviews - (Books reviewed: Milton, Spenser, and the Chronicles of Narnia: Literary Sources for C.S. Lewis's Novels by Elizabeth Baird Hardy; C.S. Lewis: Life, Works, and Legacy, edited by Bruce L. Edwards; The Company They Keep: C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien as Writers in Community by Diana Pavlac Glyer; and Roots and Branches: Selected Papers on Tolkien by Tom Shippey.)

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Proof copies of all three LOTR volumes for auction
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St. Petersburg Tolkien Society / Palantir fanzine
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With thanks to Mark Hooker, I have discovered the St. Petersburg Tolkien Society, and begun adding them to the Guide database. They publish "Palantir", a fanzine in Russian, but already I have found some treasures in their back issues (all of which are available online in PDF format) such as a good scan of a handwritten Tolkien letter.

I hope someone besides me finds these useful. And if anyone reading has any information on their prior fanzine the "Prancing Pony" I would appreciate any leads. Thanks!

St. Petersburg Tolkien Society page on TCG

Palantir page on TCG

Society website

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