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The Walking Tree Publishers collect and publish essays, papers and monographs from a broad range of different authors covering an equally diverse palette of topics, ranging from linguistics to theology.

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24th October 2017: Augsburg conference this weekend

Just a reminder for those who have not yet made up their minds, that the Tolkien Conference in Augsburg is this weekend (starting on Friday at 1:30pm and finishing on Sunday around noon). Participation is free of charge.

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(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=140 )

8th October 2017: Book presentations in Augsburg

JRR Tolkien Romanticist and Poet binding them all interdisciplinary perspectives on JRR Tolkien and his work 2017 augsburg Tolkien conference

Out two recent publications will be presented at the upcoming Tolkien Conference in Augsburg.

J.R.R. Tolkien, Romanticist and Poet

Binding them all: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on JRR Tolkien and His Works

Augsburg Conference (27th to 29 October 2017)

As usual, we will also be present with our sales table offering you an opportunity to catch up on our earlier books. If you are seeking any particular publication, please let us know beforehand to avoid disappointment.

Cormare Series on WTP book stand

(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=139 )

8th October 2017: Binding Them All is published

We are pleased to announce our latest publication Binding them all: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on JRR Tolkien and His Works, edited by Monika Kirner-Ludwig, Stephan Köser and Sebastian Streitberger.

This volume "binds" a collection of selected papers that emerged from the J.R.R. Tolkien-lecture-series initiated at the University of Augsburg in 2014. Each of the papers is representative of the editors' interest in the interdisciplinary potentials of Tolkien's works and the joint venture to make his legacy visible and accessible from the viewpoint of numerous academic disciplines. Our contributors are experts as well as junior scholars from the fields of Literature and Linguistics, Geography, History, as well as Communications and Cultural Studies.

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(to link to this announcement: http://www.walking-tree.org/news_archive.php?item=138 )

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Today's selection ...

A New Zealand Perspective on the Tectonics of Middle-earth
Peter Hodder

Representations of Nature in Middle-earth
Tolkien modelled his Middle-earth on lands of which he had knowledge: England and selected parts of continental Europe. However, on occasion he describes volcanic eruptions and his landscapes carry the imprint of successive episodes of mountain-building and submergence beneath the sea. ... (read more)

(A different book or paper from our portfolio is featured here every day. This publication is featured on 19th November 2017. Click here if this is not today's version.)

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