More than thirty years after the death of J.R.R. Tolkien there is still a steady supply of previously unpublished material becoming available. In 1990 HarperCollins acquired Tolkien's publisher - Unwin Hyman (formerly George Allen & Unwin). While much of the former A&U list was dropped or sold off to other publishers, HarperCollins focused their efforts on the Tolkien list and the approaching Centenary. Many titles were re-issued in covers incorporating the JRRT monograph as a logo. Christopher Tolkien continued to work on his father's manuscripts - publishing the remaining volumes of series as well as piecing together from a series of unfinished drafts.
The History of Middle-earth
2000-Present - Books and Periodicals
2000-Present - Letters, Artwork and Miscellanea
The Children of Húrin
Wayne Hammond and Christina Scull have become central to Tolkien publishing in recent years, writing or editing amongst others things and the 50th Anniversary Edition of . The Peter Jackson-directed film adaption of s caused a renewal of interest in Middle-earth and prompted a flurry of Tolkien letters and inscribed books to be offered for sale by book dealers and auctioneers, with extracts being printed in their catalogues. In addition, The Elvish Linguistic Fellowship is slowly but steadily editing Tolkien's linguistic writings for publication in and .