I, #1: Premier Issue
of the quest for the historical Arthur, the arts; articles on "Star Wars"
and the Arthurian legend, Tennyson's Sir Galahad, arms and armor, book reviews
I, #2: Sir Gawain & the Green Knight
wide range of articles on the popular Arthurian character - and on the medieval
work that was translated by J.R.R. Tolkein, Norris J. Lacy on "The Appeal
of Arthur," Geoffrey Ashe on the quest for the historical Arthur… and much
See sample article of "The Arming of
I, #3: The Grail Legend
Matthews on "The Family of the Grail," articles on Glastonbury and the
Grail legend, "The Arms of Sir Perceval and His Kin," by Helmut Nickel,
Arthur and ancient Britain, "The Enigma of the Grail Legend," and more.
I, #4: Women and the Arthurian Tradition
varied roles of women in the development of - and as characters in - the Arthurian
legends in literature, art film, history; Parke Godwin on "Finding Firelord,"
articles on "Defending Guenevere" and "Images of the Great Goddess,"
book reviews and more
II: #1: The Many Faces of Arthur
and the Kennedy Camelot," articles on the Once and Future King in the comics,
in the Victorian and Medieval eras, personal essays from staff and readers, the
final installment of "Researches on the Grail," three book reviews and
II, #2: 500 Years of Caxton's Malory
Years of Caxton's Malory: A Celebration of the Morte Darthur," "Questing
by Computer: Arthurian Themes in Computer Games," the first three articles
on a Jungian view of the Arthurian legends, the first of two interviews with noted
author Geoffrey Ashe, "Methods and Approaches to Teaching Malory," book
reviews and more.
II, #3: The Medieval World of Yvain
"Yvain: Fourteen Centuries
of Storytelling" by Greg Stafford, "Tolkein, White and the Missing Arthurs,"
articles on Arthurian children's literature, an interview with Rosemary Sutcliff,
the second of two interviews with Geoffrey Ashe, and more.
#4: Merlin: The Perennial Enchanter
the metamorphosis of Merlin through the ages: as "keeper of the tales,"
prophet and mage, an enigmatic teacher, the protagonist of Mary Stewart's popular
novels... and yet other guises. Features an interview with popular author Jane
Yolen, author of Merlin's Booke, Helmut Nickel's "Merlin, Magic, and
Swords of Power," and a cover by "Lord of the Rings" artist, Alan
Avalon to Camelot's final issue.