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Beyond Bree 2020 Calendar announcement

Aug 30

Below is the official press announcement for the calendar. Hopefully Beyond Bree will be able to keep the calendars going for many more years to come.

Beyond Bree

is happy to announce its

2020 Calendar

If it has passed from the high and the beautiful to darkness and ruin,
that was of old the fate of Arda Marred...
To mark the passing of the torch
from Daniel Smith to new calendar editor Jeremy Edmonds,
Beyond Bree is turning to the First and Second Ages of Middle-earth
as interpreted by artists from around the globe - Emily Austen, Jenny Dolfen,
Anke Eissmann, Donato Giancola, Jian Guo, Sylvia Hunnewell,
Jay Johnstone, Nancy Martsch, and Gordon Palmer.

The color and black and white calendar will be 11 x 8 ½ inches,
opening to 11 x 17 inches. It will have both Middle-earth and real world holidays.

Pricing: $20 plus shipping - USA $2.00, the rest of the world $5.00.
For large orders, please inquire for details.

For PayPal orders please add $1.00. Send payment (in USD) to: (this is a name, not a link).

Send check or postal money order (in USD drawn on a US bank) to:
Nancy Martsch, PO Box 55372, Sherman Oaks, CA 91413, USA.
You may send US currency, at your own risk, in a sturdy envelope.

For more information please e-mail:

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Aug 30
Nicely done! Really looking forward to this.
Aug 31
Note the new editor. Never heard of him.
Aug 31
I might have heard of the new editor, but can't remember where from?
Aug 31
Sounds familiar
Aug 31
In a bar in Birmingham perhaps?
Sep 1
Sheesh, I suppose I should have mentioned it here...

I am a bit behind in finalizing it for going to the printer. I have quite enjoyed the process, and if it is successful perhaps Nancy will keep me on for another year!
Sep 23
The Calendar has been printed, and a few copies are already in the wild. I will post more information when I finally have my own copy in hand.

There are less than 100 copies sold each year, so if you of a mind to get one, don't hesitate too long.
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