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Volume 182/Issue 3 Oct. 8th, 2019 @ 08:46 pm
empy
Volume 181/Issue 3

Circulation: One thousand one hundred and eighty-eight. Welcome all!

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MEDIA NEWS:

From TORn:
Today in Middle-earth, October 6
The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on October 6: [Read more]
From CinemaBlend:
Amazon's Lord Of The Rings Series Should Cast A Female Gandalf, Two Towers Actress Says
Amazon's planning to take it to the next level with its TV adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, sparing no expense. The series will film in New Zealand, the unofficial home of Middle Earth where Peter Jackson's acclaimed Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies were also filmed. With an expected 20 episodes per season, there's a lot of anticipation for this prequel series to be good. However, that doesn't mean the series has to follow in the movies' footsteps.

After all, we live in an age where inclusion onscreen extends to gender-bent roles. Since the original Lord of the Rings trilogy skewed very heavily towards male characters, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers actress Robyn Malcolm argues that it should be a woman who plays Gandalf the Grey in Amazon's LOTR TV series. [Read more]
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From hobbit_kink:
RPF prompt post #3
Prompt post #19
FIC/ART NEWS:
From AO3 - Archive of Our Own:
-- TOLKIEN J. R. R. - Works
-- Lord of the Rings - All Media Types
-- Lord of the Rings RPF -- The Hobbit - All Media Types
-- The Hobbit - Jackson movies
-- The Hobbit (2012) RPF
-- The Silmarillion and other histories of Middle-Earth - J. R. R. Tolkien
DISCUSSIONS OF INTEREST:
* Via /r/Tolkienfans:
Why didn’t Aragorn see the party off at the Grey Havens?
I’ve recently reread the book and amongst other thoughts and questions, which I might also post separately, this was a prominent one. I remembered, of course, that the Ringbearers and the Elves leave and that Sam sees them off but I really expected to see Aragorn in the farewell party too. Throughout my reread it struck me that Aragorn came to love the four hobbits dearly. Gandalf had been his closest friend for years, Elrond was his step father and in-law. If people I had such a relationship with were departing forever, I’d want to see them off. It’s really odd that Aragorn didn’t , almost as if Tolkien forgot at that point.

Edit: And Bilbo, Aragorn was good friend with Bilbo all the years they’d known each other.
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From Middle-earth and J.R.R. Tolkien Blog:
Did the Girdle of Melian Fulfill More Than One Purpose?
The Girdle of Melian was a barrier that Melian (one of the Maiar, and wife of Thingol Greycloak) created around most of the realm of Doriath in the form of “an unseen wall of shadow and bewilderment”, according to The Silmarillion, after Thingol’s army defeated Orcs that invaded eastern Beleriand. A similar invasion in west Beleriand was more successful, leaving Cirdan and his people besieged in their coastal cities of Brithombar and Eglarest.

In 2017 a reader sent the following questions to me: “Did the Girdle of Melian serve any other purposes other than create a defensive barrier for the Kingdom of Doriath? As Melian was Maia, did she have the power to slow down fading for the Elves of Doriath?
TRIVIA:
Friday's BOOK question: What is the name of the greatest river of north-western Middle-earth, which flows about 1500 miles from its sources to its delta in the Bay of Belfalas?
Answer: The Anduin.

addie71, noadvertising, elwenlj and frolijahfan answered correctly.

Today's MOVIE question contributed by special_majick: What three things does Aragorn say Arwen will be free of if she leaves Middle-earth?

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Volume 182/Issue 2 Oct. 4th, 2019 @ 11:59 pm
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Volume 182/Issue 2

Circulation: One thousand, one hundred and eighty-eight. Welcome all!

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From TheOneRing.net:
    ~The Great Hall of Poets
    Welcome to The Great Hall of Poets, our regular monthly feature showcasing the talent of Middle-earth fans. Each month we will feature a small selection of the poems submitted, but we hope you will read all of the poems that we have received here in our Great Hall of Poets. [More]
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From TOR:
    ~Exploring the People of Middle-earth: Idril the Far-Sighted, Wisest of Counsellors
    Idril is perhaps most commonly known as the mother of Eärendil, but her life's story represents a significant milestone in Tolkien's storytelling career. Idril Celebrindal, daughter of King Turgon of Gondolin, is not only a prototype of Galadriel, but is also a key player in The Fall of Gondolin, one of Tolkien's earliest attempts (circa 1914) to capture the mythology stirring to life in his mind. As such, Idril is a unique character, but she also functions as a sort of foremother of many of Tolkien's later female characters: that is, many of her defining features reappear in some form or another in women of the later legendarium. She is both a respected counselor and a sort of Cassandra; a powerful influence in the governing of Gondolin and as often ignored by those closest to her. And yet, Idril was a character of such importance in Tolkien's mind that even as late as 1964 he described The Fall of Gondolin as "the story of Idril and Earendel" (Letters 344). [More]
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From Ask About Middle-earth:
    ~Feanor and Melkor
    I am 99% sure that Melkor didn't have any part in creating the palantiri. During his "probation" in Valinor, Morgoth (then called Melkor) did teach the Noldor many things, sharing "hidden knowledge" with their craftsmen. But, at least in Feanor's case, Tolkien clearly describes the limits of that relationship... [More]
TRIVIA:

Tuesday's MOVIE question: Which member of the Fellowship refused to fly to the more remote sets?

Answer: Sean Bean.

sandycombs, addie71, noadvertising and baranduin all answered correctly.

Today's BOOK question from estelanui: What is the name of the greatest river of north-western Middle-earth, which flows about 1500 miles from its sources to its delta in the Bay of Belfalas?

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Volume 182/Issue 1 Oct. 1st, 2019 @ 08:22 pm
empy
Volume 182/Issue 1

Circulation: One thousand one hundred and eighty-nine. Welcome all!

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MEDIA NEWS:

From TORn:
Today in Middle-earth, September 29
The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on September 29: [Read more]
From The Daily Record:
Film giants confirm Lord of the Rings won't be filmed in Balloch
Confirmation that Balloch will not be used as the key location for filming of blockbuster series The Lord of the Rings has been labelled a huge blow to the country. [Read more]
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From silwritersguild:
September 2019 Challenge: In Rare Form
Gapfiller. Romance. Slash. Drama. Horror. Hurt/comfort. These genres have populated fanzines and archives with stories for decades and continue to be popular among fanfiction writers. This month's challenge, however, invites fanworks creators to try something "in rare form," using a format or genre that is rarely utilized in Tolkien fanfiction.

Below, we have compiled lists of rare fanwork formats and rare genres. Choose one (or more!) from one of the lists and create a fanwork that fits the format or genre. Is there a rare format or genre you'd like to try that you don't see on the list? Feel free to ask! Either leave a comment here or email us at moderator@silmarillionwritersguild.org.

This month also has a recommendation challenge. Find a fanwork or few for one of the rare formats or genres listed below and recommend your favorite(s). Please post your recommendations to our Dreamwidth, LiveJournal, or Tumblr (please tag @silmarillionwritersguild) to receive the stamp.

This month's challenge will end on October 10. Late fanworks are always welcome but do not receive stamps. See our Challenges page for complete guidelines.

Rare Formats and Genres
From hobbit_kink:
RPF prompt post #3
Prompt post #19
FIC/ART NEWS:
From AO3 - Archive of Our Own:
-- TOLKIEN J. R. R. - Works
-- Lord of the Rings - All Media Types
-- Lord of the Rings RPF -- The Hobbit - All Media Types
-- The Hobbit - Jackson movies
-- The Hobbit (2012) RPF
-- The Silmarillion and other histories of Middle-Earth - J. R. R. Tolkien
DISCUSSIONS OF INTEREST:
* Via /r/Tolkienfans:
Do you wish he rewrote The Hobbit?
Apparently Tolkien became dissatisfied with the tone of The Hobbit in later life. He tried to rewrite it to be more in the tone of Lord of the Rings., but abandoned the project after three chapters possibly due to negative reception from a close friend, among other reasons of course.

Personally I would have liked to read the hobbit as an epic like Lord of the Rings, and while the hobbit is a great story for getting kids into reading and also of course into reading more Tolkien, I think it would have fit more snuggly into his legendarium.

This article might be wrong so please correct me if I’m wrong here. Also does anyone know where I might be able to read these three first chapters? Is it in a HOME volum?
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RESEARCH AIDS:.
From Middle-earth and J.R.R. Tolkien Blog:
Who Lived In Tharbad?
Tharbad comes up every now and then in online discussions. I’ve received a few questions about it across the years, too. It’s an intriguing town because readers of The Lord of the Rings only know one real detail about its history: when the town was abandoned (Third Age Year 2912). If you read Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle-earth you’ll learn a little bit more about Tharbad, but not much.
TRIVIA:
Friday's BOOK question: Where in northern Ithilien was the celebration of the downfall of Sauron held?
Answer: The Field of Cormallen.

sandycombs, addie71 and lindahoyland answered correctly.

Today's MOVIE question via openidwouldwork: Which member of the Fellowship refused to fly to the more remote sets?

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Volume 181/Issue 8 Sep. 27th, 2019 @ 11:59 pm
caras_galadhon
Volume 181/Issue 8

Circulation: One thousand, one hundred and eighty-nine. Welcome all!

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MEDIA NEWS:

From TheOneRing.net:
    ~Middle-earth composer Chance Thomas chats with TORn
    Chance Thomas is a composer who has worked in film, television and video games, including when he transported readers to Middle-earth in the game Lord of the Rings Online. He is a Tolkien enthusiast and was happy to do an interview with TheOneRing. We sat down, broke bread and talked Tolkien. [More]

    ~Collecting The Precious -- Asmus Toys Hobbit Day Giveaway
    Our friends over at Asmus Toys have been celebrating Hobbit Day for the last week with an awesome giveaway. All you have to is go to the Asmus Toys Facebook Page and follow the directions. Five lucky fans will be given the chance to win one of their very cool Frodo slim figures. The contest ends this Monday, September 30th, so make sure you get your entries in now! [More]
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From TOR:
    ~Exploring the People of Middle-earth: Maedhros Maitimo, Foe of Morgoth and Doomed Hero
    The tale of Maedhros is one of the more tragic histories that Tolkien ever penned. Tolkien repeatedly emphasizes the elf's potential to become a great leader and a spiritual warrior, a hero of great renown fit to stand alongside Beren, Lúthien, Glorfindel, and others. And yet, time and again, Maedhros's heroic and self-sacrificing impulses break through the gloom of the first ages of Middle-earth only to be quashed and denied by the destructive power of the infamous Oath. [More]
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From Ask About Middle-earth:
    ~Who Came First: Elves or Dwarves?
    This is one of those great philosophical debates that you could keep going for ever -- there's really no "correct" answer to it. In my opinion, though, it depends on how you're defining "oldest." [More]
TRIVIA:

Tuesday's MOVIE question: The shouts and war cries of the Uruk-hai advancing on the walls of Helm's Deep to do battle is actually the sound of ________?

Answer: Fans at a cricket match.

sandycombs was absolutely correct!

Today's BOOK question from estelanui: Where in northern Ithilien was the celebration of the downfall of Sauron held?

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Volume 181/Issue 7 Sep. 24th, 2019 @ 08:04 pm
empy
Volume 181/Issue 7

Circulation: One thousand one hundred and eighty-nine. Welcome all!

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MEDIA NEWS:

From TORn:
Ringers take Manhattan – Friday 4 October
It’s that time of year again! It’s Bilbo and Frodo’s birthday – the Autumn Equinox – which must mean New York ComicCon is just around the corner. Time for Ringers to assemble in the Big Apple! [Read more]

Today in Middle-earth, September 22
The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on September 22: [Read more]
From Stuff.co.nz:
From Hobbiton to Mordor - stunning locations last time New Zealand was Middle-earth
New Zealand is getting another timely economic boost thanks to the brilliant creative mind of JRR Tolkien and his world of hobbits, elves, dwarves, orcs, men, wizards, and giant eagles that show at absolutely crucial moments.
Last time, director Peter Jackson made The Lord of the Rings into three movies - based on Tolkien's original three-book structure - released between 2001 and 2003. [Read more]
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* tolkien_weekly (drabbles) updates:
For Warmth (OFC (follower of Maedhros), Elrond; rated PG) by hhimring

* tolkien100 updates:
Written in Stone (Legolas/Gimli; rated 12) by fredbassett
CHALLENGES/WORKSHOPS/AWARDS:
The current challenge at tolkien_weekly is Degrees: Chilly

The current challenge at tolkien100 is Poetic Justice.

From silwritersguild:
September 2019 Challenge: In Rare Form
Gapfiller. Romance. Slash. Drama. Horror. Hurt/comfort. These genres have populated fanzines and archives with stories for decades and continue to be popular among fanfiction writers. This month's challenge, however, invites fanworks creators to try something "in rare form," using a format or genre that is rarely utilized in Tolkien fanfiction.

Below, we have compiled lists of rare fanwork formats and rare genres. Choose one (or more!) from one of the lists and create a fanwork that fits the format or genre. Is there a rare format or genre you'd like to try that you don't see on the list? Feel free to ask! Either leave a comment here or email us at moderator@silmarillionwritersguild.org.

This month also has a recommendation challenge. Find a fanwork or few for one of the rare formats or genres listed below and recommend your favorite(s). Please post your recommendations to our Dreamwidth, LiveJournal, or Tumblr (please tag @silmarillionwritersguild) to receive the stamp.

This month's challenge will end on October 10. Late fanworks are always welcome but do not receive stamps. See our Challenges page for complete guidelines.

Rare Formats and Genres
From hobbit_kink:
RPF prompt post #3
Prompt post #19
FIC/ART NEWS:
From AO3 - Archive of Our Own:
-- TOLKIEN J. R. R. - Works
-- Lord of the Rings - All Media Types
-- Lord of the Rings RPF -- The Hobbit - All Media Types
-- The Hobbit - Jackson movies
-- The Hobbit (2012) RPF
-- The Silmarillion and other histories of Middle-Earth - J. R. R. Tolkien
DISCUSSIONS OF INTEREST:
* Via /r/Tolkienfans:
What is your favourite moment, in all of Tolkien's Legendarium?
Mine must be when Turgon and the Elves of Gondolin arrive at the Nirnaeth Arnoediad. Always, when I read it, it fills me with hope:
Then Fingon looked towards Thangorodrim, and there was a dark cloud about it, and a black smoke went up; and he knew that the wrath of Morgoth was aroused, and that their challenge was accepted. A shadow of doubt fell upon Fingon's heart; and he looked eastwards, seeking if he might see with elven-sight the dust of Anfauglith rising beneath the hosts of Maedhros. He knew not that Maedhros was hindered in his setting-forth by the guile of Uldor the accursed, who deceived him with false warnings of assault from Angband.
But now a cry went up, passing up the wind from the south from vale to vale, and Elves and Men lifted their voices in wonder and joy. For unsummoned and unlocked for Turgon had opened the leaguer of Gondolin, and was come with an army ten thousand strong, with bright mail and long swords and spears like a forest. Then when Fingon heard afar the great trumpet of Turgon his brother, the shadow passed and his heart was uplifted, and he shouted aloud: 'Utúlie'n aurë! Aiya Eldalië ar Atanatári, utúlie'n aurë! The day has come! Behold, people of the Eldar and Fathers of Men, the day has come!' And all those who heard his great voice echo in the hills answered crying: 'Auta i lómë! The night is passing!'
The Silmarillion is just pure tragic epicness through and through, but the Nirnaeth Arnoediad specially hurts, to feel hope for the Union of Maedhros even knowing they're not going to win. It's heartbreaking.
So, fellow tolkien fans, which moment is your favourite?
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From Middle-earth and J.R.R. Tolkien Blog:What Kind of Army did the Beornings Maintain?
J.R.R. Tolkien did not describe the military tactics and forces of the Beornings. The reader is free to infer almost anything about how the Beornings may have lived and defended their lands but if you are writing fan fiction or a role-playing adventure then I think you may want to set some limitations on their military capacity. For example, you should consider their probable lifestyle (most likely living in scattered farms and small villages) and their need to patrol a large, mostly uninhabited territory on both sides of Anduin. Let’s look at what we know about the lifestyles of the Northmen in general.
TRIVIA:
Friday's BOOK question: Who was the Marshal of the Éored with whom Eowyn and Merry rode to the Battle of the Pelennor Fields?
Answer: Elfhelm.

sandycombs and frolijahfan answered correctly.

Today's MOVIE question contributed by openidwouldwork: The shouts and war cries of the Uruk-hai advancing on the walls of Helm's Deep to do battle is actually the sound of ________?

All comments are screened so that only the mods can see the answers. Comments will be unscreened when the next edition is posted. Any comments on a different subject will be unscreened ASAP.
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