The University of Glasgow Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic is very proud to announce that we have partnered with the Tolkien Society (TS) to host this year’s Tolkien Reading Day!
Each year, Tolkien Reading Day is held on the 25th of March. The purpose of the event is to encourage fans to celebrate and promote the life and works of J.R.R. Tolkien by reading favourite passages.
The theme of this year’s Tolkien Reading Day is Hope and Courage. What will you be reading?
We are working with the Tolkien Society to create engaging and interactive social media throughout March. Then, we will come together on the 25th of March, when the Centre will be hosting three Zoom meetings for readers around the world to share their favourite passages and react to the passages shared by others.
Does this sound like fun? Do you want to be involved? Here are the best ways to join in the fun:
Follow the Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube and the Tolkien Society on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Watch out for posts throughout the month!
Share your stories, comments, and photos on any social media platform and use the hashtag #TolkienReadingDay2021. Most of all, we’d love to see videos of you reading!
If you want to attend a Zoom session on March 25th, we have three opportunities. With sessions in the morning, midday, and evening (UK time), we hope that we can find a time that matches everyone’s time zone. Please use these Eventbrite links to register for your preferred session! (Please note that the times shown on the Eventbrite pages automatically sync to your time zone.)
For more information about Tolkien Reading Day, you can visit the Tolkien Society Website!