have hit on something here I can only wish would have existed during my years as an English student and "Arthurian buff." Finally a magazine I can read "cover to cover."

                     Capistrano Beach, California

I think the Malory issue was superb. You strike such a good balance between the scholarly and the general audience. As a teacher/scholar I found everything of interest and enriching to my knowledge of Arthur.

Prof. Valerie Lagorio               University of Iowa

Bill Zehme,
Vanity Fair's former Chicago correspondent and author of numerous books and articles on pop culture figures and contemporary culture wryly noted:

"I enjoyed perusing the recent issues of Avalon to Camelot and appreciated their remarkably charming eclectic appeal. If only I had the soul of an Arthurian... life would be better. I just know it."



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    Where the Dark Ages, the Middle Ages and the Timeless meet.

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The Many Faces of Arthur

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500 Years of Caxton's Malory

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