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Writings

It’s just occurred to me that I have the manuscripts of three different books at three different publishers, in three different genres, at once, all together, simultaneously, and at the same time. This has never happened before. The Beowulf Effect: … Continue reading

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Crabs

Last weekend the environs of North Norfolk were infested by played host to the Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival. Cromer’s turn was Saturday, but I missed it as I was too busy in my shed listening to tapes … Continue reading

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Die Wissenschaft bei Tolkien

Die Wissenschaft bei Tolkien, now out from Wiley , is the long-awaited German translation of my 2004 book The Science of Middle-earth. This is the first non-English edition of this book, and was championed, chivvied along and (most importantly) translated … Continue reading

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Mallorn 47 Is Good To Go

I have a busy life. Hardly a day goes by without grummets to plurdle or nadgers to scrode, let alone those moolies, which really could do with a good old woggle. As if that weren’t enough I am also the … Continue reading

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