Aiglos (journal)

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Latest editor: Anna Adamczyk-Śliwińska
Latest Issue: issue #21, July 2016
Website: Aiglos official page
Publication Information
Publisher: Tolkien Section of the Silesian Fantasy Club
Released: January 2004 - present
Frequency: Annually
Format: A5 glossy paperback, black and white
Pages: up to 200 in regular issues and up to 400 in special issues
ISSN: 1732-2375

Polish Tolkienists Almanac Aiglos is the annual journal of the Parmadili, The Tolkien Section of the Silesian Fantasy Club.

History[edit | edit source]

Aiglos was founded in November 2004. The regular Polish language issues were published biannually since the first issue in Winter 2004 till the #16 issue in Summer 2011. From the Summer of 2012 Aiglos continues as the annual. There are two English language issues: Special Issue I, Summer 2005 and Special Issue II, Summer 2012.[1]

Content[edit | edit source]

Aiglos is a non-commercial and non-profit annual journal of the Parmadili, the Tolkien Section of the Silesian Fantasy Club. Publication consists of articles and essays in Tolkien studies, both academic and popular papers. The texts concern Tolkien himself, his work, and the world he created. Aiglos also publishes reviews of Polish and foreign books on Tolkien and his work and presents fanfiction, including poetry, and fan art in black and white.

List of Aiglos editors[edit | edit source]

  • Associates
    • Tekla Cichocka 'Tici'
    • Marcin Gugulski 'Denethor'
    • Barbara Cecylia Liwo 'Mara'
    • Tadeusz Andrzej Olszański 'Halbarad Dúnadan'
    • Zofia Stanecka 'Nasturcja Gamgee'
    • Łukasz Szeląg 'leszli'
    • Janina Stasiszyn 'Miriel'
    • Magdalena Ułas 'Solaya'
    • Katarzyna Wojdak 'Avari'

List of Aiglos editors as of August 2016[2][3]

See also[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]


  1. The issues of 'Aiglos' (accessed 31 August 2016)
  2. The list of Aiglos editors (accessed 31 August 2016)
  3. Aiglos 21, July 2016