Thread: Mithril Awards and Related Subjects
And to sepdet whose poem The Darkening of Valinor also is listed.
I understand we can vote for our favorites; however, the site had technical dificulties today. The link is: http://www.viragene.com/tolkien/
[Edited on 4/6/2003 by Grondmaster]
Well done Chathol-linn and Sepdet. Thanks for helping making this site what it is, and I wish you both the best of luck with the final voting.
Congratulations to Sepdet for her commendation.
Congratulations to Chathol-linn for her commendation.
You all did exceptionally well against some very stiff competition.
I would also like to mention how much I enjoyed Nemis' work - The Tale of Elrond and Celebrian.
Also - is it just me, or does anyone else prefer action to introspection? Been seeing a lot of first person singular angst stories lately.
Also - if you have not read "Last Elf Standing" - the winner of the Humor category - please do so. It deserved the win.
Congrats, Sepdet! Beautiful wordsmithing, as Grond pointed out.
PT, we love you! - Chathol-linn
It's funny though how these pieces of fan fiction take on a life of their own after while. When I think of Legolas now days, I invariably think of the pieces you have written. To me, they have more insight into Legolas's life than what Tolkien included in his own works. From your writing, I can see Legolas having a history and a childhood that JRR never told us about.
I hope next year if I manage to come runner-up again, I will be able to congratulate you for pipping me to the winner's post. Please let's have some more soon.