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Author Interview: Astrid Tuttle Winegar

Any regular visitor to the Legendarium site is no doubt aware of Astrid Tuttle Winegar’s wonderful fantasy-inspired recipes. In addition to being a staff writer, Astrid is also the author of Cooking for Halflings & Monsters: 111 Comfy, Cozy Recipes for Fantasy-Loving Souls, now available for pre-sale through Oloris Publishing and releasing soon. The Legendarium team is thrilled to support Astrid in this endeavor ...

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Middle-earth Menu: “The Ivy Bush Eleventy-First Birthday Cake”

By Astrid Tuttle Winegar To finish a grand party like this one, you need a show-stopping cake. Bilbo would have this specially made at The Ivy Bush, a small inn frequented by Sam’s father, the Gaffer. Make this impressive cake the night before you want to serve it. “The Ivy Bush Eleventy-First Birthday Cake” 1½ pounds fresh strawberries 8 ounces ...

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Middle-earth Menu: “Bullroarer Took’s Pickled Cauliflower”

I am naming this for Bilbo’s legendary ancestor who was apparently so big (for a hobbit) he could actually ride a horse. Bullroarer Took was known for attacking some goblins during a particular battle and “knocked their king Golfimbul’s head clean off with a wooden club. It sailed a hundred yards through the air and went down a rabbit-hole, and ...

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Middle-earth Menu: “Good Harvest Pumpkin Soup”

This party is such a large event, you’d need various courses to keep the dining momentum going. Today, I offer you a zesty vegetarian first course with enough curry flavor to knock your hobbity socks off. I’ll move to dinner items and complete the party with a cake. Now, if you happen to hate pumpkin, an excellent variation is to ...

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Coming Soon: An Epic New Fantasy Series by Jason R Jones

In anticipation of the release of the first book in his epic 18 part series, to be released by Oloris Publishing, I had a Q&A session with Jason R Jones, author of “The Last Pantheon” series. 1.  We’ve spent a lot of time working on the text for ‘of spiders and falcons’ now.  I’ve read it three times, and I ...

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John Evans Returns with a Profound New Collection of Poetry

In his own words, he shares his thoughts on this moving collection: It was the day before Christmas and I was sitting in the hospital. How I got there was hardly a mystery. What to do next was another matter. Oddly enough, I felt calmer than I had been all day. I had spent my fear on writing all morning, ...

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Fury Said to a Mouse: A NEW Book from Oloris Publishing

Oloris Publishing is proud to be launching a line of ebooks to provide more diversity for our readers. Our first new author is Sean Klein, who kindly agreed to answer a few questions for us about his new book, ‘Fury Said to a Mouse’. When did you start writing? Sean Klein:I’ve been writing on and off for most of my ...

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The Magician’s Repose

The Magician’s Repose by John Evans Down hollow ways that bear no title, Mired in the dust of ages, There sleeps a ragged wanderer, Dressed in shades of green. His crumpled coat and owlish countenance, Stand creased beneath the crescent stars, As though he were a lifetime older, Than his already ancient form. A cane of birch-wood lies beside him, ...

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Middle Earth’s Lost Poet

Middle Earth’s Lost Poet by John Evans When many of us think of J.R.R Tolkien, we recall his novels, such as The Hobbit, or the Lord of the Rings. This is only natural. His prose has forever shaped the face of modern literature. The myriad of characters, landscapes, customs, and cultures found in his imaginative works remain a trademark influence ...

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The Lady of the Tower: Fantasy Poetry from John Evans

The Lady of the Tower by John Evans I see her pass to and fro, Beyond the garden wall, Unshod upon the deathless grass, Like some fleeting nymph. Her raven eyes follow me, Whenever I stumble near, And seem to call my concealed name, As if I were her lord. But when I dare to speak to her, She silences ...

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