The Proverbs of Middle-Earth

In The Proverbs of Middle-earth, David Rowe discovers and investigates the degree to which the ‘soul’ of each of Tolkien’s fictional civilizations can be understood through the lens of their proverbs.

High Towers and Strong Places: A Political History of Middle-earth

Dr. Timothy R. Furnish applies Primary World analysis—political, cultural, social, and economic— to Middle-earth’s 7,000 years of recorded history in this richly illustrated volume, High Towers and Strong Places: A Political History of Middle-earth.

Adam’s Lament: Selected Poems of John C. Evans

Powerful, compelling, romantic, and haunting, the poetry of John Evans is hard to forget. A creative and ambitious writer, his works take readers from the middle ages, to the great wars, to the everyday experiences of heartbreak, to realms outside of time, all with...

Dreams of Another Land

Peter Kenny is known worldwide as a passionate fan of JRR Tolkien and the world of fantasy. Using this love and his wide-ranging imagination, Mr. Kenny has produced (in the guise of “selecting” poems and stories by his “uncle,” Fortinbras Proudfoot, Esq.) Dreams of...