I had no idea this was going down, but hey look! I was quoted in a wired video about conlangs! That’s my collection of Tolkien books and my voice!
Available here: Lulu E-book for $8.99. It was kinda sad ripping out all of the nice formatting Mark and I’d put into it, but it had to be done for the e-book. As a result, the e-book is available in an epub format that is readable for the majority of e-readers out there. In the […]
I’m so excited, I’ve been jittering myself into exhaustion. After being asked for so many years to do it, after 9 months and 3 editors and lots of help from you, I have turned your Neo-Sindarin textbook into a real book that you can hold in your hands. Thank you so much, de ben fael […]
You can preview the pictures here: Map of Beleriand Group Portrait Gwaeren/Aranyo Gaming Orc Attack Hand Diagram Glaewen/Lothuial Romantic Scene Battle Scene Elven Cosmos The book will be available soon!
Back in 2015 I got a translation request for a song translation into Sindarin. This song has been recorded and now have a video up on You Tube! Check it out!
On the Sindarin Pronunciation page, I’ve added recordings to help people learn how to pronounce Sindarin words. If people love this addition, I’ll add the same feature to the other pronunciation guide pages.
The new name for the Sindarin class website has been chosen: Realelvish Academy! I’m in the process of reorganizing the website to match the new textbook. The way I’m organizing it, I could add more classes to it. Things like, a Quenya course, or maybe a Thalas’sian course if I feel like it. Maybe some […]
A link to the poll that will help me decide! Since the textbook is no longer called “Your Sindarin Textbook” and the website now holds two courses (Gelio Edhellen! and Teitho Edhellen!) it needs a new name. Follow the link above to the poll that will help me make my decision. You don’t have to […]
At 5:30 AM, I finally completed uploading the updates to the Neo-Sindarin phrasebooks, including their German translations! Alphin is our German translator, so feel free to send her some thank-yous for all of her hard work! Other than a sparkly new German translation, I’ve reorganized many of the phrasebooks to be more conversation-like, grouping questions […]
Richard is a friend and Sindarin student of mine, and he’s got a pretty amazing voice. Here he is singing Galadriel’s Lament, with the music arranged by Donald Swann: You can see how to pronounce this poem on it’s page in the Recorded Scripts section, and maybe make your own recording of it! In other […]