Posts Categorized: Silmarillion Awards

A Long Winter’s Nap

Good morning, dear Reader! Whew. July just blasted right on by, didn’t it? I hope you enjoyed all the doings over here as much as I did! I thought I’d do a June/July -Ishness post, since I didn’t really do one for June. It’s been a whirlwind of a summer, but in a very good… Read more »

Tolkien Celebration

Well, dear Reader, the month-long SilmAwards is over and today we close out the celebrations with an online celebration of the Lord of the Rings’ 63rd Birthday! (Though Tolkien began working on the larger epic to accompany the Hobbit as early as 1917… so this year marks 100 years since the very beginning of this… Read more »

And the Most Nefarious Villain is….

It is blacker than night in the large cavern where the final Silmaril will be presented. Those in attendance fidget nervously. They are here in spite of their better judgment. Memories of last year’s ceremony haunt the minds of anyone foolish enough to return… and yet… there is something about this particular award that draws even the… Read more »