The Mythopoeic Society is an international organization promoting the study, discussion, and enjoyment of fantastic and mythopoeic literature through books and periodicals, annual conferences, discussion groups, and awards. It sponsors Mythcon.
The Society was born during the first major flurry of interest in J. R. R. Tolkien, the mid-1960s boom encouraged by the publication of U. S. editions of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Many Tolkien societies were founded at that time, but most of them died off during the next few years.
|Albuquerque||The UNM Hobbit Society|
|Ann Arbor, MI||Galadhremmin Ennorath|
|Baton Rouge, LA||Roke|
|Dayton-Kettering, OH||The Prancing Pony|
|Detroit (northern suburbs)||Fornost|
|Honolulu, HI||Sammath Naur|
|Los Angeles-Orange County||Nargothrond|
|Los Angeles-Pomona Valley||Desolation of Smaug|
|Los Angeles-San Gabriel Valley||Lothlorien|
|Minneapolis-St. Paul||Rivendell Group|
|New Haven, CT||New Haven Mythopoeic Society Discussion Group|
|New York City||Heren Istarion|
|Northeastern Ohio||The Last Alliance|
|Portland, ME||The Khazad|
|Portland, OR||Tolkien Society of Marshall|
|Reno, Sparks, Carson City, NV||Crickhollow|
|San Diego, CA||Cair Paravel|
|Washington, DC (Maryland suburbs)||Association of Pfifltriggi|
|Kingdom of Gwynedd|
In addition, it has a special interest group: The Elvish Linguistic Fellowship.
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