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Adam’s Lament

Adam’s Lament by John Evans Shall we find peace there, Lost in the garden, Where the river runs sweeter than the cold hard years? Shall we find peace there, Amerced in the meadow, In the green hemlock umbels, Tall and sad? I saw you walking over seven mountains, To the tree of knowledge dressed in white, Your hands open with ...

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John Rhys-Davies: A Legendarium Interview

Jay Johnstone, Legendarium’s Head of European Media Operations, talks with legendary actor, John Rhys-Davies at the Newcastle Film & ComicCon. Jay gets some amazing insider information in this fun interview with the Lord of the Rings star! We learn that, only under pressure from his agent and son, that he accepted the role of Gimli in Lord of the Rings,“I ...

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Filmmaker Ron Newcomb: "Following the Dream"

When should you finally “put childish things aside?” Filmmaker Ron Newcomb says, “Never!” Newcomb has found himself in the over 40 category and where the world has told him he should know by now what he “should be”, and “grow up”. Certainly he has had to find a balance. Newcomb has three little girls and a “domestic queen” that gets ...

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Lorenzo Semple, Jr, Creator of TV's Batman dies.

News from The Hollywood Reporter. Lorenzo Semple was a prolific Hollywood writer and creator. Semple’s résumé also includes the Steve McQueen-Dustin Hoffman escape tale Papillon (1973); Paul Newman’s Harper sequel The Drowning Pool (1975); Dino De Laurentiis’ King Kong (1976) starring Jessica Lange; and the rogue James Bond movie Never Say Never Again (1983). And of course Batman: Semple wrote ...

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New Chapter of "Winds of Winter" Released Today

A new chapter from the highly anticipated forthcoming novel in the Song of Ice and Fire series, Winds of Winter has been released on George R.R. Martin’s website.  Martin wrote on his blog yesterday, “With season 4 of HBO’s GAME OF THRONES almost upon us, I thought the time was ripe for me to give my readers another taste of WINDS ...

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An Unexpected Surprise

An Unexpected Surprise By John Evans I pick up the crumpled paperback, Hardly legible in the fading lamplight, Beneath a pile of rubbish, In a cheap eclectic bookstore. The room is coated in dust, And I can feel my mind turning, Far from that cramped and narrow place, To the yellow taxi waiting for me outside. Should I buy it? ...

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Amory Lovins on Tolkien

Amory Lovins on Tolkien by Noble Smith “J.R.R. Tolkien was just a delightful old gentleman, interested in a lot of things, with a lively curiosity and a deep knowledge of philology; a love of words and language and a masterly storyteller. He had a well-ripened personality, like a wrinkly old apple full of flavor. And he had the Hobbit virtues ...

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The Red Book of Westmarch: A Hobbits Tale

The Red Book of Westmarch: A Hobbits Tale by Joe Gilronan In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. The ten words that changed my life and keeping with tradition I will be reading extracts from my all time favourite book, The Hobbit. To celebrate Tolkien Reading Day I thought I would share one of my paintings, aptly titled ...

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How do you Celebrate Tolkien Reading Day?

How do you Celebrate Tolkien Reading Day? by Joe Gilronan As per tradition, you will find me reading extracts from my all time favourite book “The Hobbit” and with that in mind, I thought I would share a Hobbit themed painting. “Late For An Appointment” Inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. Second breakfast disturbed and all of a fluster Bilbo is ...

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