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Ruth Lacon

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==Bibliography==
 
==Bibliography==
 
===Books===
 
===Books===
* [[1987]]: ''[[The Tale of Gondolin]]''
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* [[1987]]: ''[[The Tale of Gondolin]]'' (as illustrator)
* [[2002]]: ''[[The Uncharted Realms of Tolkien]]'' (as Elizabeth Currie, with [[Alex Lewis]])
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* [[2002]]: ''[[The Uncharted Realms of Tolkien]]'' (author as Elizabeth Currie, illustrator as Ruth Lacon, with [[Alex Lewis]])
* [[2005]]: ''[[The Ruins of Osgiliath]]''
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* [[2005]]: ''[[The Ruins of Osgiliath]]'' (as illustrator)
* [[2005]]: ''[[The Forsaken Realm of Tolkien]]'' (as Elizabeth Currie, with [[Alex Lewis]])
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* [[2005]]: ''[[The Forsaken Realm of Tolkien]]'' (as Elizabeth Currie, illustrator as Ruth Lacon, with [[Alex Lewis]])
* [[2005]]: ''[[The Art of Ruth Lacon|The Art of Ruth Lacon: Illustrations inspired by the works of  J.R.R. Tolkien]]''
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* [[2005]]: ''[[The Art of Ruth Lacon|The Art of Ruth Lacon: Illustrations inspired by the works of  J.R.R. Tolkien]]'' (as author and illustrator)
 
* [[2009]]: ''[[The Epic Realm of Tolkien|The Epic Realm of Tolkien, Part One - Beren and Lúthien]]'' (as Elizabeth Currie, with [[Alex Lewis]])
 
* [[2009]]: ''[[The Epic Realm of Tolkien|The Epic Realm of Tolkien, Part One - Beren and Lúthien]]'' (as Elizabeth Currie, with [[Alex Lewis]])
  

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Ruth Lacon

Ruth Lacon (1967-), born in Edinburgh, Scotland, holds two degrees (a Bachelor of Science in Zoology and a Bachelor of Arts in Illustration and Design). She has created numerous J.R.R. Tolkien-inspired illustrations, and is a member of The Tolkien Society[1] since the mid 1980s.

Under the pseudonym Elizabeth Currie, she has published several books on Tolkien together with Alex Lewis, and written a number of articles.[2]

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Bibliography

Books

Articles

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References

  1. The Uncharted Realms of Tolkien, p.3
  2. See "Letters" [to, and with response from, Len Sanford]" in Mallorn 44, and "Editorial" in Amon Hen 198.