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Parma #21 and Vinyar Tengwar #50 will be published soon!

Source: Lambengolmor, Facebook

Next Vinyar Tengwar (#50) is being prepared by its editors. This is Carl F. Hostetter’s announcement posted to the Lambengolmor mailing list:

Thanks to a long year-end break and the easing up of professional obligations, I am pleased to announce that the long-awaited 50th issue of „Vinyar Tengwar” is nearing completion. VT 50 contains my presentation and analysis of the “Túrin Wrapper”, featuring a set of three untranslated Sindarin texts from the (probably early) 1950s pertaining to the “Túrinssaga”.

I hope to have the issue completed, printed, and mailed off by March 1.

Please note that henceforth issues of „Vinyar Tengwar” will be available only through the online, print-on-demand publisher Lulu.com, which currently also publishes the various volumes of “The Collected Vinyar Tengwar” [link]. Once VT 50 has been mailed, I will be adding it to, and thus completing, volume 5 of “The Collected Vinyar Tengwar”.

Current subscribers to VT please note: if you have moved in the years since VT 49 was published, please email me […] as soon as possible with you current mailing address. And thank you very much for your long patience!

Also the Parma Eldalamberon (‚The Book of Elven Tongues’ No. 21 edited by Christopher Gilson) is going to be published by late Spring. This one will focus on Qenya nouns.

The magazines have their website at E.L.F.

Vinyar Tengwar (ISSN 1054-7606) is a not-for-profit refereed journal of the Elvish Linguistic Fellowship, devoted to the scholarly study of the invented languages of J.R.R. Tolkien. VT is indexed by the Modern Language Association.

Parma Eldalamberon was founded in 1971 as a fanzine devoted to a variety of invented literary languages, published under the auspices of the Mythopoeic Society. Today it is an irregular publication dedicated to the editing of Tolkien’s manuscripts describing his Elvish Languages. It is edited by Christopher Gilson. It has no ISSN or ISBN number. Parma Eldalamberon is sold on a per-issue basis only, it is not found in bookstores.

G-i-P stands for Gwaith-i-Phethain, ‘The Fellowship of the Word-smiths’ or the linguistic website devoted to post-Tolkienian constructions in the “reconstructed” languages of Middle-earth [link].

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1 komentarz do wpisu "Parma #21 and Vinyar Tengwar #50 will be published soon!"

Zenon, dnia 07.02.2013 o godzinie 12:51

To dobra wiadomość. Zwłaszcza dla tych, którzy lubią tolkienowskie języki.

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