to Camelot was acclaimed
for its bright style
Concerned at the layperson's
level with "matters
have their audience in mind and
avoid the usually
of lit crit. In fact they write
exceptionally well and
excitement of the chase, of trying
to find out more about
Arthurian legend. Also, there are valuable bibliographies and
to reading. For those interested in
the subject it is a must
and Merlin have been
my solace on more than one
and guests through countless dreams. I'll keep
subscribing year-to-year and
like to order back issues.
J. D. Rochester,
he world of
King Arthur lives in the pages of
Avalon to Camelot, a handsomely
illustrated quarterly, published in the mid-1980's, whose original vintage back
issues are now available from the publisher's archives.
to Camelot is no longer published, but as you explore our site, we think
you'll discover why Arthurian fans around the globe looked forward to the publication
of each issue with great anticipation, and heaped lavish praise on both its content
and handsome production values.
We hope you'll join them in their appreciation and enjoyment soon. Have a look
around and see what lovers of the Arthurian legend, both old and new, have been
missing all these years.