Post Tagged with: "Elvish"

Jens Hansen’s Elvish Love Rings Set

Jens Hansen’s Elvish Love Rings Set

We’ve heard stories of fellow Tolkien nerds who use replicas of The One Ring as their wedding bands. Now, you can have the original jewelers who made The One Ring for Peter Jackson’s The Lord of […]

Happy Birthday to Our Own Arwen Kester!

Happy Birthday to Our Own Arwen Kester!

Happy birthday to one of Middle-earth News’ finest! Our own Arwen Kester celebrates her “coming of age” as she turns 33 years old today. As our fearless leader, she plays a vital role both behind-the-scenes […]

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

Our weekly column “An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth” has been going strong for over a year now! Here’s how it works: Every week, our Middle-earth News reporters seek out Tolkien/Hobbit/LOTR goodness and tag their finds […]

Elvish-Speakers Sought for a National Denny’s Commercial

Elvish-Speakers Sought for a National Denny’s Commercial

“Gandalf, what’s the Elvish word for ‘Denny’s’?” If you’re an Elvish-speaking Tolkien fan, here’s a chance to show off your skill! The Cast Station is currently looking for men and women who speak Elvish to […]

#TaurielTrivia on Twitter

#TaurielTrivia on Twitter

Yesterday Evangeline Lilly, who we will see in the role of Tauriel the Elf in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, realized a Tauriel-trivia section on her Twitter profile, answering to the questions of her […]

Hobbit-Themed Week on The Colbert Report

Hobbit-Themed Week on The Colbert Report

Stephen Colbert is a big fan of The Hobbit so it comes as no surprise to hear that Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report will present four Hobbit-themed nights around the time of the New York premiere of […]

A Tolkien Reading Day Celebration

A Tolkien Reading Day Celebration

Since I don’t live in New Zealand, England, or even on either coast of the US, there haven’t been a large number of Tolkien-related events for me to attend. Therefore, it was my great pleasure […]

Eivor performing Enya’s “May It Be” for the Queen of Denmark

Eivor performing Enya’s “May It Be” for the Queen of Denmark

 On 14th January Eivor performed “May It Be” for the Queen of Denmark, in a concert celebrating the 40th year of her  reign. “May It Be” was composed by the Irish musician Enya for the closing […]

From Elvish to Klingon: Exploring Invented Languages

From Elvish to Klingon: Exploring Invented Languages

Fun fact: I was going to write this entire post in Elvish. I kid. Or do I? Moving on. Michael Adams’s From Elvish to Klingon: Exploring Invented Languages seems to be one of those books […]