Coming up in the next issue of Mythlore, which will be out in mid-October:
Dwarves, Spiders, and Murky Woods: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Wonderful Web of Words
Robert T. Tally, Jr.
Myth-Remaking in the Shadow of Vergil: The Captive(-ated) Voice of Ursula K. Le Guin’s Lavinia
Corrupting Beauty: Rape Narrative in The Silmarillion
The Company They Didn’t Keep: Collaborative Women in the Letters of C.S. Lewis
Master of Doom by Doom Mastered: Heroism, Fate, and Death in The Children of Húrin
Germanic Fate and Doom in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion
Richard J. Whitt
The Thread on Which Doom Hangs: Free Will, Disobedience, and Eucatastrophe in Tolkien’s Middle-earth
Janet Brennan Croft
Simbelmynë: Mortality and Memory in Middle-earth
William H. Stoddard
And reviews of
Tolkien, Race and Cultural History, by Dimitra Fimi;
Charles Williams and his Contemporaries, by Suzanne Bray and Richard Sturch;
In the Land of Invented Languages by Arika Okrent;
Millennial Mythmaking: Essays on the Power of Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, edited by John Perlich and David Whitt;
Middle-earth Minstrel: Essays on Music in Tolkien, edited by Bradford Lee Eden;
Harry Potter and Imagination: The Way Between Two Worlds, by Travis Prinzi;
Theodor SEUSS Geisel by Donald E. Pease.
There’s still time to get your subscriptions in!