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Since 2018, the Tolkien Experience Project has been collecting stories from Tolkien scholars and fans around the world. Now, we have partnered with The Prancing Pony Podcast and Dr. Sara Brown to create the Tolkien Experience Podcast — an attempt to bring the fan and scholarly communities together around our shared passion: the works of J.R.R. Tolkien! Each episode, Luke and Sara ask a notable scholar or member of the fan community to share their responses to the original Tolkien Experience ...
 
Good morning and welcome! Speak, friend, and enter a world of magic, might, and myth. Bag End Book Club is a celebration of Tolkien's most famous and influential works. Every two weeks we will come together after having read a handful of chapters and discuss the stories of Middle-Earth, from the Hobbit to the Lord of the Rings and further on to the Silmarillion. Stop a moment and enjoy some good company and better books.
 
As they explore the work of J. R. R. Tolkien, hosts Alan Sisto and Shawn E. Marchese welcome readers of The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, and the other works in the Middle-earth legendarium to tune in as they discuss favorite passages from the books and films that started the worldwide fantasy phenomenon. Alan and Shawn engage in plenty of in-depth study of Tolkien's books, but with a healthy dose of self-effacing humor, pop-culture references, and bad puns. These are the ...
 
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Athrabeth

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Athrabeth

Jude Vais & Stef Midlock

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Athrabeth is a monthly podcast that invites you down the lesser trod paths of Tolkien's Legendarium. Each episode we pick a single chapter, essay, fragment, or topic, and do a deep dive, exploring it as both fans and scholars.
 
Green Dragon Live is for anyone who has, or has ever wanted to go to J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth. Whether it is your first or eleventy-first time, we will be your guide through the Lord of The Rings, the Hobbit, the Silmarillion, and everything else that has to do with this world. We will dig deep and bring you all of the information you need to deepen your love and knowledge of Middle-earth.
 
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You Have My Sword

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You Have My Sword

Edgeworks Nebula and Krysti Pryde

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Welcome to You Have My Sword: A Tolkien Podcast. YHMS is a comedic, historical deep dive on different topics from Tolkien's work spanning: The Hobbit Lord of the Rings The Silmarillion We'll talk about things like: Númenóreans: Do Men Even Deserve Rights? Tom Bombadil: Ultimate Wife Guy Beren & Lúthien: A Better Love Story Than Twilight YES, I'll tell you why the Eagles couldn't fly the fu*king ring to Mordor. Shut up. Check out more YHMS content & Krysti Pryde at ... https://www.youhavemysw ...
 
Join the father and son podcasting team of Michael and Micah (12 years old) as we discuss current news regarding all things J.R.R. Tolkien: literature, movies, audio, video, games, festivals, events, music, and more. We also delve deep into the world of Arda and Middle-earth via Tolkien's writings to gain a better understanding and appreciation of the world he created.
 
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The Extra Curricular

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The Extra Curricular

Katie Sabo, Chase Smith, and Juliana Antoninus

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Three friends get together each week and start talking Tolkien. Tolkien Expert Katie Sabo, casual fan Jon Cox, and newbie Chase Smith spend each week talking through these books chapter by chapter. A great book club experience, this show offers a conversational and fun way to read along!
 
Two Nerds and a Guy From Long Island is a bi-weekly comedy podcast that was borne from the attempts of Ricky and Dirk, two life-long proto-nerd friends, to desperately explain the geekier sides of life to their native Long Island pal, Dave. The results are, well, a mixed bag. Can Ricky and Dirk explain the phonetic intricacies of Elvish? Why Arrakis is the only place in the galaxy you can get melange? The difference between a Moogle and an Esper? And whether or not Han shot first? … And does ...
 
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For this episode, I had the chance to catch up with the creator of the YouTube Channel The Nerd of the Rings! Matt started his channel to talk about his passion for Tolkien and it has really taken off over the past two years! I was able to have a great conversation with him about what some of his favorite topics have been, and how he was first intr…
 
Next in our guest series is "See Jurassic Right". Steven Ray Morris, a podcast host, producer, creator interviews Vertebrate Paleontologist, Yara Haridy, about Hadrosaur teeth, Paleopathology (diseases in fossils), and much more! Catch more of Steven here... @EBTMstarwars - Everything But The Movies: A Star Wars Book Club - The Purrrcast which is a…
 
In episode 260, we discuss Gandalf's famous characterization of Frodo's quest: "a fool's hope". Why did he say that? Why is it significant he was saying that to Pippin? What is the broader significance of that line for the work and for Middle-earth (and our reality) in general? Here's the passage: https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/796083-all-now-too…
 
One does not simply walk into Mordor without a recap, so before we start our readthrough of Book IV of The Lord of the Rings, we’re reviewing previous chapters to reacquaint ourselves with a couple of characters we haven’t seen for a while (no one special; just Frodo and Sam, the guys whose mission really matters here). After a look back at the sto…
 
Citations Tolkien, J. R. R., The Nature of Middle-earth. Ed. Carl F Hostetter. HarperCollinsPublishers. 2021. Tolkien Gateway entry for “Carl F. Hostetter” (Accessed Sept 23, 2021) http://tolkiengateway.net/wiki/Carl_F._Hostetter Tolkien Gateway entry for “Elvish Linguistic Fellowship” (Accessed Sept 23, 2021) http://tolkiengateway.net/wiki/Elvish_…
 
This week's guest podcast is "A Little Time" with hosts Diego Lopez and Mike Abrusci. A shoot the shit podcast from two comedians and friends of Krysti. (Because she does indeed have friends). Diego: @ThisDiegoLopez on Instagram and Twitter Mike: @MikeAbrusci on Instagram and Twitter Podcast: @ALittleTimePod on Instagram and Twitter Check out all t…
 
In episode 259, we sit down once again with Carl Hostetter, editor of the latest volume of JRR Tolkien's writings, The Nature of Middle-earth. We focus our attention on Appendix I: Metaphysical and Theological Themes. CONTENTS: - How has the response been to The Nature of Middle-earth? » 3:38 - What inspired this appendix on the "religious and Cath…
 
It’s our first live Q&A episode of the season, which means Alan and Shawn have got our speculating caps on for another round of questions from our guests! We field questions on the married life of the Valar (but not in the way you’re thinking), the size of Hobbit feet, and an almost forgotten fight between Galadriel and Dol Guldur. Plus, opinions o…
 
Episode Notes Good morning and welcome! Speak, friend, and enter the Bag End Book Club, a celebration of Tolkien's most famous and influential works. Every two weeks we will come together having read a handful of chapters and discuss the stories of Middle-Earth, from the Hobbit to the Lord of the Rings and further on to the Silmarillion. Stop a mom…
 
For this episode, Sara sat down to talk with translator and scholar Aurélie Brémont! Aurélie completed her PhD in English Medieval Studies on Tolkien and the Celtic Heritage in 2009 in Sorbonne Université, Paris. Since then, she has been present in conferences in the UK and in France. In 2016 she had the opportunity to translate Tom Shippey's J.R.R…
 
While we gear up for season 2 of YHMS, Krysti has curated some awesome podcasts for you... This episode, we have a podcast called What Else Do You Do? Hosted by Masao Kobayashi - Co-founder and producer for indie studio https://www.cuttobits.com/ https://twitter.com/MegaMasao What Else Do You Do has Masao interview game developers about, you guesse…
 
In episode 258, we continue our exploration of what Tolkien meant by Lord of the Rings being “fundamentally religious and Catholic” as we explore the connection between Middle-earth mythology and key Christian ideas. Also, we're joined by Michael Jahosky as our guest co-host! You can learn more about all of Michael's work at MythicMission.com. Join…
 
For the second time in history, Alan and Shawn throw a party of special magnificence to celebrate a milestone: 222 episodes of the PPP! Once again, we look back at some of our best moments from the past eleventy-one episodes, as chosen by our listeners. From foolish digressions to inappropriate pop culture references, smart observations to great re…
 
Season 1 Finale!! Krysti Pryde!! Behmoth the Cat! Can't miss this big beefer of an episode, because Krysti goes hard for Dwarves. Truly. Tune in as she enlightens us with all things Short Kings. Oh, and... she'll be curating other podcasts for you to listen to for the next 3 weeks, that you're gonna love OR ELSE. Anyway, she comes back for Season 2…
 
In episode 257, we discuss: - The wisdom of Tolkien - Athrabeth / Estel - The Power of Enya - Guilty Pleasures - Tolkien Was Racist??? - Praise for Tolkien's Overture - and more! Join us! EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Andrew T, John R, Ms. Anonymous WATCH THE VIDEO SPECIAL THANKS: Andrew T John R Ms. Anonymous Kaitlyn of Tea with Tolkien Shannon S Brian O E…
 
We start our sixth season in style by welcoming Carl F. Hostetter to the podcast! In addition to his role as chief editor of Vinyar Tengwar, Carl has authored articles on Tolkien’s languages for decades. We catch up with him about his lifetime of scholarship and his highly anticipated new edition of unpublished manuscripts by Tolkien himself: The N…
 
Episode Notes Good morning and welcome! Speak, friend, and enter the Bag End Book Club, a celebration of Tolkien's most famous and influential works. Every two weeks we will come together having read a handful of chapters and discuss the stories of Middle-Earth, from the Hobbit to the Lord of the Rings and further on to the Silmarillion. Stop a mom…
 
For this episode, Sarah talked with a researcher who looks at Tolkien's works through a lens of trauma studies: Elizabeth King! Elizabeth is a PhD student and Graduate Research assistant at the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at the University of Georgia. Her information page on the university site says that she is currently working "on pro…
 
Leif begins the laborious process of finally reading through his Christmas gifts through the years. He starts with Stories of Your Life and Others, a collection of short stories by Ted Chiang, and gifted to him by none other than Emily! Join us as we talk about short stories, the grandaddies of science fiction, and adapting stories. Follow us on Tw…
 
Krysti Pryde swipes right on Elendil. My mans definitely got his height in his bio. Woof. Krysti gives us the deets on his background... and uhmmm mystery wife... uhmmm ok. LISTEN babe. Check out all things Krysti Pryde and "You Have My Sword" as well as reply to questions in the pod... You Have My Sword Website Patreon Twitter Instagram "You Have …
 
In episode 256, we discuss: - The Nature of Middle-earth - The Wheel of Time - Robert Jordan / Carl Hostetter resemblance - LOTRonPrime theories - LOTR films criticisms - The Council of Elrond - and more! Join us! ***Ad-Free and 2 Days Early for Our Patrons*** EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Andrew T, John R, Ms. Anonymous WATCH THE VIDEO LINKS - Wheel of Tim…
 
Citations Translated by J. R. R. Tolkien. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Pearl, and Sir Orfeo. London:Allen & Unwin, 1975. (eBook published Nov 8, 2018) Alliance of Arda facebook page, Accessed September 6, 2021 https://www.facebook.com/allianceofarda Tolkien Gateway “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” Accessed March 10, 2020. http://tolkiengateway…
 
Krysti Pryde fills us in on how all the lookie-loos of Middle-Earth came to be with the Palantiri. Listen, like, subscribe if you nasty. Check out all things Krysti Pryde and "You Have My Sword" as well as reply to questions in the pod... You Have My Sword WebsitePatreon TwitterInstagram "You Have My Sword" is a proud member of the Edgeworks Nebula…
 
Did Tolkien really say that the Lord of the Rings is “fundamentally religious and Catholic”? Just what did he mean by that? How much does it matter for deepening our appreciation of Lord of the Rings and of Middle-earth? Join us as we explore the issue! EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Andrew T, John R, Ms. Anonymous WATCH THE VIDEO CONTENTS - Disclaimer for t…
 
Episode Notes Good morning and welcome! Speak, friend, and enter the Bag End Book Club, a celebration of Tolkien's most famous and influential works. Every two weeks we will come together having read a handful of chapters and discuss the stories of Middle-Earth, from the Hobbit to the Lord of the Rings and further on to the Silmarillion. Stop a mom…
 
References Interested in Tolkien Studies? You too can end up with a bunch of weird theories about elf society! Check out Mythgard Institute: https://mythgard.org Sources Tolkien Gateway “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” Accessed March 10, 2020. http://tolkiengateway.net/wiki/Sir_Gawain_and_the_Green_Knight_(edition) Wikipedia “Sir Gawain and the Gr…
 
Krysti Pryde reads you erotic Lord of the Rings fanfiction, alongside her new co-host Behemoth, a cat ... we think. You're gonna need a cold shower after this one, cause it's got some sweet porn music and uhhh ... interesting vibes. Check out all things Krysti Pryde and "You Have My Sword" as well as reply to questions in the pod... You Have My Swo…
 
Why did Númenor exist? Was it simply to reward the Edain and their descendants? Or was there some greater purpose that impacted the rest of Arda, and perhaps even the Cosmos? In this episode, we are focusing on The Religion of Númenor, per a passage from Unfinished Tales' "A Description of Númenor". This is a very important topic for a number of re…
 
Krysti Pryde talks all about the thickest boy and the winged boyz of Middle-Earth. There is even some wild biology stuff she ties in... like worms. We got worms... And subscribe here to "Settle the Stars" another Edgeworks Nebula Podcast. Check out all things Krysti Pryde and "You Have My Sword" as well as reply to questions in the pod... You Have …
 
In early July, I published an 8 minute video on our YouTube channel titled The Silmarillion: 3 Big Problems (and How to Fix Them). For many Tolkien fans, even asserting that there are problems with a work like The Silmarillion might be considered borderline blasphemy. I might have even said the same thing several years ago! However, after our surve…
 
For this episode, I had the opportunity to speak with my good friend and brilliant Tolkien scholar: Mariana Rios Maldonado! Mariana is a PhD student at the University of Glasgow where she is interested in ethics, feminist theory, and encountering the Other in Tolkien's works. She received a grant from Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (Natio…
 
Episode Notes Good morning and welcome! Speak, friend, and enter a world of magic, might, and myth. Bag End Book Club is a celebration of Tolkien's most famous and influential works. Every two weeks we will come together after having read a handful of chapters and discuss the stories of Middle-Earth, from the Hobbit to the Lord of the Rings and fur…
 
Krysti Pryde goes LIVEEEE via Twitch to answer listener questions about the inner workings of Middle Earth. Submit any questions you may have for her future episodes in the links below! And subscribe here to "Settle the Stars" another Edgeworks Nebula Podcast. Check out all things Krysti Pryde and "You Have My Sword" as well as reply to questions i…
 
Birds play a massive, iconic role in the legendarium of Middle-earth. From the great Eagles that always seem to appear at the most eucatastrophic moments to the tiny Thrush that proves the downfall of Smaug, Tolkien's love for birds seems to rise to the level of his love for languages and trees! A few months ago, long-time listener, patron, and orn…
 
Hey there, fellow travelers! What you're about to listen to is the audio from our latest video, in which we reacted to last week's big LOTRonPrime news from Amazon. We're talking about this: https://twitter.com/LOTRonPrime/status/1422255647106617359 In order to get the full effect, you should probably head on over to YouTube and watch this. Here's …
 
Ok but like honestly, Krysti Pryde gives slay a new meaning when she breaks down the sword, Glamdring, in this episode. This week Krysti nods to Andy Serkis who did a live audio recording of "The Hobbit" for charity. Watch it here on youtube And subscribe here to "Settle the Stars" another Edgeworks Nebula Podcast from the top of the show Check out…
 
This week's episode is with a scholar whose interest is art history makes for some fascinating insights about illustrations of Tolkien's works: Joel Merriner. Joel is an Associate Lecturer in Art History at the University of Plymouth. He is finishing his PhD which examines the illustrations of Tolkien's work in central and eastern Europe. He presen…
 
We are delighted to welcome Carl Hostetter to The Tolkien Road! Carl is the editor of the forthcoming book The Nature of Middle-earth, the latest collection of previously unpublished writings from JRR Tolkien. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Andrew T, John R, Ms. Anonymous By the way, here's that preview we discussed: https://preview.aer.io/The_Nature_of_Midd…
 
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