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A typical issue is 12 pages long, contains short articles on J.R.R. Tolkien and his works; reviews of books, games, films, events by, about, or inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien and his works;reviews of books, games, films, events by, about, or inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien and his works, and general fantasy which might be of interest to the Tolkien fan. Also readers' views; fan publications, news, art, occasional poetry and puzzles. We seldom publish fiction. Since we are too widely scattered to meet in person, Beyond Bree carries news of conventions and gatherings where the Tolkien fan might find others of similar interests. And, if readers have questions about Tolkien or his works, we try to answer them.
 
A typical issue is 12 pages long, contains short articles on J.R.R. Tolkien and his works; reviews of books, games, films, events by, about, or inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien and his works;reviews of books, games, films, events by, about, or inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien and his works, and general fantasy which might be of interest to the Tolkien fan. Also readers' views; fan publications, news, art, occasional poetry and puzzles. We seldom publish fiction. Since we are too widely scattered to meet in person, Beyond Bree carries news of conventions and gatherings where the Tolkien fan might find others of similar interests. And, if readers have questions about Tolkien or his works, we try to answer them.
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==Beyond Bree Awards==
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An irregular award presented by '''''Beyond Bree''''' in recognition of outstanding contributions to the study of J.R.R. Tolkien.
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* I (1999) presented to [[Charles B. Elston]] and Dr [[Richard E. Blackwelder]]
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* II (2002) presented to [[ Richard C. West | Richard & Perri West]] and [[Gary Hunnewell | Gary]] & [[Sylvia Hunnewell]]
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* III (2004) presented to [[René van Rossenberg]] and [[Mike Foster]]
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* IV (2005) presented to [[David Salo | David]] & [[Dorothea Salo]], [[Wayne G. Hammond]] & [[Christina Scull]], and [[Anthony Burdge]] & [[Jessica Burke]]
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* V (2012) will be presented at “The Return of the Ring” in Laughborough, England
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Nominees are:
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[[Jeremy Edmonds]], [[Phil Goss]], [[The Plants of Middle-earth | Dinah Hazell]], [[Mark Hooker]], and [[Chris Seeman]]
  
 
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Beyond Bree is a monthly publication of the Tolkien Special Interest Group of American Mensa.

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Issues

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A typical issue is 12 pages long, contains short articles on J.R.R. Tolkien and his works; reviews of books, games, films, events by, about, or inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien and his works;reviews of books, games, films, events by, about, or inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien and his works, and general fantasy which might be of interest to the Tolkien fan. Also readers' views; fan publications, news, art, occasional poetry and puzzles. We seldom publish fiction. Since we are too widely scattered to meet in person, Beyond Bree carries news of conventions and gatherings where the Tolkien fan might find others of similar interests. And, if readers have questions about Tolkien or his works, we try to answer them.

Beyond Bree Awards

An irregular award presented by Beyond Bree in recognition of outstanding contributions to the study of J.R.R. Tolkien.

Nominees are: Jeremy Edmonds, Phil Goss, Dinah Hazell, Mark Hooker, and Chris Seeman

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