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Mythprint 2011

Volume 48
12 issues

January (Volume 48:1, #342)

  • Review: David Rudd. The Routledge Companion to Children’s Literature. Read Review by Ernest Davis.
  • Review: Beth Bernobich. Passion Play. Read Review by Berni Phillips Bratman.
  • Review: David C. Downing. Looking for the King: An Inklings Novel. Read Review by Sarah Beach.
  • Review: Russell Celyn Jones. The Ninth Wave. Read Review by Alana Joli Abbott.
  • Review: Andrzej Sapkowski. Blood Of Elves. Read Review by Jason Easter.
  • Review: Howard Shore’s Score of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. Read Review of performance by Jessica Burke.
  • Review: Allan Zola Kronzek and Elizabeth Kronzek. The Sorcerer’s Companion: A Guide to the Magical World of Harry Potter. Read Review by Jason Fisher.

February (Volume 48:2, #343)

  • Feature: Gospel Echoes in Fantastic Fiction. By Travis Buchanan.
  • Feature: Tuckborough. By Mark T. Hooker.
  • Review: Doug Adams. The Music of The Lord of the Rings Films: A Comprehensive Account of Howard Shore’s Scores. Read Review by Bethany Waugh.
  • Review: Parma Eldalamberon 18. Edited by Christopher Gilson, et al. Read Review by Edward J. Kloczko.
  • Review: Parma Eldalamberon 19. Edited by Christopher Gilson. Read Review by Edward J. Kloczko.
  • Review: S. Dorman. Gott’im’s Monster. Read Review by Francesca Forrest.

March (Volume 48:3, #344)

  • Feature: Pardon Me, Is That an E-Reader You Have? By Berni Phillips Bratman.
  • Feature: Gospel Echoes in Fantastic Fiction (Part 2). By Travis Buchanan.
  • Feature: Mythcon 42 Approaches. By Leslie A. Donovan.
  • Review: Two New Series Starters by Rick Riordan: The Red Pyramid and The Lost Hero. Read Review by Alana Joli Abbott.
  • Review: Elizabeth Solopova. Languages, Myths and History: An Introduction to the Linguistic and Literary Background of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Fiction. Reviewed by Larry Swain.
  • Review: Kelly Meding. As Lie the Dead. Read Review byAlana Joli Abbott.

April (Volume 48:4, #345)

  • Feature: Tolkien’s Ents: Sylvan and Pagan Influences. By Fernando Cid Lucas.
  • Feature: Walleyed Criticism. By David Bratman.
  • Feature: Lothlórien: The Long Story of a Short Name. By Edward J. Kloczko.
  • Obituary: Diana Wynne Jones. ByDavid Bratman.
  • Feature: New and Forthcoming Books.
  • Review: Tolkien Studies, Volume VII. Read Review byMike Foster.
  • Review: Louis Markos. The Life and Writings of C.S. Lewis [audio lecture course]. Read Review by Paula Bergstrom.

May (Volume 48:5, #346)

  • Feature: An Interview with A.T. Reyes, editor of C.S. Lewis’s Lost Aeneid. By Jason Fisher.
  • Feature: Mythopoesis: “In the Beginning …” By Sarah Beach.
  • Report: Mythcon 42: Highlights from Progress Report 1. By Jason Fisher.
  • Feature: New and Forthcoming Books.
  • Review: A.T. Reyes, ed. C.S. Lewis’s Lost Aeneid: Arms and the Exile. Read Review by Jason Fisher.
  • Review: Sherwood Smith. Coronets and Steel. Read Review by Alana Joli Abbott.
  • Review: William Lindsay Gresham. Nightmare Alley. Read Review by Ryder W. Miller.
  • Review: M.O. Grenby and Andrea Immel, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Children’s Literature. Read Review by Ernest Davis.

June (Volume 48:6, #347)

  • Feature: An Interview with Daniel Abraham. By Zach Watkins. Read Interview.
  • Feature: The Mysterious “Book of Mazarbul” Reveals More. By Edward J. Kloczko.
  • Review: Polly Shulman. The Grimm Legacy. Read Review by Pauline J. Alama.
  • Review: John Joseph Adams, ed. Fantasy Magazine (serial). Read Review by Randy Hoyt.
  • Review: Oliver Loo. A Tolkien English Glossary. Read Review by Jason Fisher.
  • Review: T.M. Doran. Toward the Gleam. Read Review by Sarah Beach.
  • Review: Kim Stanley Robinson. Galileo’s Dream. Reviewed by Karla Powell.

July (Volume 48:7, #348)

  • Feature: The Hebrew and Elvish Languages: Why Do So Many Elves Have Jewish Names? By Zak Cramer.
  • Review: Toward the Gleam — Another Perspective. Read Review by Doug Kane.
  • Review: Cherie Priest. Bloodshot. Read Review by Berni Phillips Bratman.
  • Review: Ethan Gilsdorf. Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks. Read Review by Harley J. Sims.
  • Review: Carl Phelpstead. Tolkien and Wales: Language, Literature and Identity. Read Review by Damien Bador.
  • Review: Valerie Estelle Frankel. From Girl to Goddess: The Heroine’s Journey through Myth and Legend. Read Review by Hugh H. Davis.
  • Review: Lisa Mantchev. Perchance to Dream. Read Review by Pauline J. Alama.

August (Volume 48:8, #349)

  • Feature: Mythcon 42 Conference Report. By Sarah Beach.
  • Feature: Mythcon 42 Conference Report. By Doug Kane.
  • Feature: An Interview with Sheri S. Tepper. By Zach Watkins and Leslie A. Donovan.
  • Review: Sheri S. Tepper. The Waters Rising. Read Review by Sara R. Tompson.
  • Review: Arne Zettersten. J.R.R. Tolkien’s Double Worlds and Creative Process: Language and Life. Read Review by Andrew Higgins.

September (Volume 48:9, #350)

  • Feature: An Interview with Sheri S. Tepper (concluded). By Zach Watkins and Leslie A. Donovan.
  • Feature: An External History of the Elvish Languages — Part One. By Edward J. Kloczko.
  • Review: Marly Youmans, The Throne of Psyche. Read Review by Randy Hoyt.
  • Review: China Miéville, Kraken: An Anatomy. Read Review by Jason Fisher.
  • Review: Diana Wynne Jones, Enchanted Glass. Read Review by Pauline J. Alama.
  • Review: Kevin Hearne, The Iron Druid Chronicles: Hounded; Hexed; and Hammered. Read Review by Berni Phillips Bratman.
  • Review: Kim Harrison, Pale Demon. Read Review by Sarah Beach.

October (Volume 48:10, #351)

  • Feature: The Name Bolger. By Mark T. Hooker.
  • Review: Kim Harrison, Blood Work: An Original Hollows Graphic Novel. Read Review by Berni Phillips Bratman.
  • Review: Donald T. Williams, Stars Through the Clouds. Read Review by Jen Pearson.
  • Review: Kaoru Kurimoto, The Guin Saga. Read Review by Daniel Baird.
  • Review: Robert E. Howard, Sword Woman and Other Historical Adventures. Read Review by Brian Murphy.
  • Review: Kris Saknussemm, Enigmatic Pilot: A Tall Tale Too True. Read Review by Jen Pearson.

November (Volume 48:11, #352)

  • Feature: The Status of the Khuzdul Tongue in Middle-earth. By Edward Kloczko.
  • Review: ABC’s Once Upon a Time and NBC’s Grimm: Treading Water in the Ocean of Story. New fantasy television; Read Review by Harley J. Sims.
  • Review: Maeve Gilmore, Titus Awakes, based on a fragment by Mervyn Peake. Read Review by David Bratman.
  • Review: Douglas Charles Kane, Arda Reconstructed: The Creation of the Published Silmarillion. Read Review by Holly Ordway.
  • Review: Paul A. Trout, Deadly Powers: Animal Predators and the Mythic Imagination. Read Review by Emily E. Auger
  • Review: Salwa Khoddam, Mythopoeic Narnia: Memory, Metaphor, and Metamorphoses in The Chronicles of Narnia. Read Review by Katherine Sas.

December (Volume 48:12, #353)

  • Alma Alexander. 2012: Midnight at Spanish Gardens. Read Review by Alana Joli Abbott.
  • Douglas “Dag” Rossman. The Dragonseeker Saga: New Tales of the Nine Worlds. Reviewed by Jodie Forrest.
  • Robert E. Howard. The Coming of Conan the Cimmerian. Reviewed by Harley J. Sims.
  • Peter S. Beagle’s The Secret History of Fantasy, and James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel’s The Secret History of Science Fiction. Reviewed by Ryder W. Miller.
  • Daniel A. Rabuzzi. The Choir Boats. Reviewed by Sue Bridgewater.
  • Elizabeth Moon. Kings of the North. Reviewed by Jennifer Pearson.