Name:Henneth AnnŻn Authors
Joined:November 12, 2005
Collected short works by members of the Henneth AnnŻn Yahoo group.
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HA 05 Halloween Challenge
Short stories entered in the 2005 Henneth AnnŻn Halloween Challenge.
Updated:November 29, 2005 Chapters:4 Words:4969 Reviews: 0
The chapters of this story are entries in the "Tolerance Onlist Challenge" at the Henneth AnnŻn Yahoo Group. Running from 01/10/2007 to 01/17/2007 the Challenge was initiated by Marta with this post:
Here's the Challenge: Make us cringe, make us cry, make us laugh - any race, age, or genre so long as it touches on the topic of equality and acceptance or lack thereof.
And here's the full text of the Challenge:
Tell us a tale about those feelings of superiority the Gondorians seemed to have to pretty much all men. Or Legolas and Gimli, and their fathers, and countrymen, and... 'nuff said. Both Boromir and the Rohirrim seemed to have a lurking fear of Lothlorien; hobbits were suspicious to say the least of "Big Folk". (Sam's reaction to Strider, anyone?)
And lest we forget, Elves (first age and otherwise) had a *lot* to be resentful for, to other races and the different groups among elves themselves. A lot of this really is FŽanor's fault, but even the FŽanorians must have had reasons for their grudges. And reasons to eventually overcome them.
Make us cringe, make us cry, make us laugh - any race, age, or genre so long as it touches on the topic of equality and acceptance or lack thereof.
If you want your take on the Challenge included in this collection, please mail the text or link to: juno UNDERSCORE magic AT magic DOT ms
Updated:June 29, 2007 Chapters:4 Words:2317 Reviews: 0
Valentine's Challenge: Fractured Valentine's Day Tales
Love is in the air - whether you want it or not. Luckily, Tolkien provides
us with many couples whose stories include at least as much drama as they do
romance: Beren and Luthien, Aragorn and Arwen, Celeborn and Galadriel, Turin
and Nineor - just to name a few.
So how about an antidote for all that Valentine's Day commercialism? Write a
story, drabble, or poem about any Tolkien romance you can dream up. You can
use one of his canonical relationships, or feel free to make up a new one
yourself. Just make it more bitter-sweet than sweet.
If you want your story to be included in this collection, please mail it to: juno UNDERSCORE magic AT magic DOT ms
Updated:February 27, 2007 Chapters:10 Words:10009 Reviews: 1