Would you like to write a guest post for the Tolkienist? Please do.

Bridge of Sighs, Oxford. (c) Marcel Aubron-Bülles
Bridge of Sighs, Oxford. (c) Marcel Aubron-Bülles

I have been lucky in receiving some outstanding guest posts in recent months for which I am very grateful and I am very much looking forward for more material on J.R.R. Tolkien and his works coming in. However, as the number of requests for guest posts has been rather large and does involve a lot of work on my part I have now collected a list of rules, regulations and questions on how to write a guest post here at TheTolkienist.com to make it easier for everyone involved. Thank you very much for your interest in this project and do consider sending something in!


Rules, regulations and question on writing a guest post with the Tolkienist.

Marcel R. Bülles

Marcel R. Bülles is the author of thetolkienist.com, a specialist blog centering on worldwide Tolkien fandom, geekdom and research. He works as a freelance translator, journalist and writer and is the founder of the German Tolkien Society as well as a co-founder to RingCon, Europe's formerly biggest fantasy film convention. You can find him in cafés all over the world sipping an espresso blogging, writing, reading. At one point he was married to an extremely lovely French lady by the nickname of Sauron. Yes, that Sauron. He is also active with the International Tolkien Fellowship on Facebook and the Tolkien Folk on Instagram.