Welcome to the Longwinded One.

Now Producing the Inglorion Bastards Trilogy

Inspired by the Dagor Dagorath prophecy of J.R.R. Tolkien, the Lord of the Rings (LOTR), Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), and Adventures in Middle Earth.

A LOTR Actual Play D&D Podcast. Featuring the Adventures in Middle Earth rule set.


Exclusive Interviews

Jacob Rodgers
Jacob Rodgers is a writer and developer for The One Ring and Adventures in Middle-earth.

Jerry Snook and Chris Pierson
They are the Community Manager and Lead World Builder (respectively) from Standing Stone Games… the company that makes Lord of the Rings Online.

Corey Olsen, the Tolkien Professor- Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Corey Olsen is a professor and podcaster known as the Tolkien Professor best known for his work in new media promoting the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and Anglo Saxon literature.

Paul Strack
Long-time roleplayer and creator of the Elvish Data Model (Eldamo.org).

Fiona Jallings
She is a professional translator of Neo-Sindarin and Neo-Quenya and runs Realelvish.net. She also runs a Neo-Sindarin class, based on her textbook for Neo-Sindarin (academy.realelvish.net).

James Tauber
CEO of Eldarion, technologist, and creator of the Digital Tolkien Project

Michael Drout- TBD
Professor of English and Director of the Center for the Study of the Medieval at Wheaton College. He is an author and editor specializing in Anglo-Saxon and medieval literature, science fiction and fantasy, especially the works of J. R. R. Tolkien

Mark Fonstad- TBD
Geographer, professor, and son of the late Karen Wynn Fonstad- creator of the Atlas of Middle Earth.

David Day- TBD
Canadian author of more than forty books: poetry, natural history, ecology, mythology, fantasy, and children’s literature. Internationally, he is best known for his literary criticism on J. R. R. Tolkien and his works.

Now Available

Part I: Search for Tol Eressëa

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In Production

Part II: Rise of the Mormegil

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Forthcoming

Part III: Trials of the Valar

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