Children of the May, Balin and
Columbine and Ides of the May are the first three books from S J Moore’s
Children of the May saga. The books are adapted from Malory’s Le Morte
D’Arthur and other medieval sources.
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You can also read the authors essay on
The Arthurian Legends for Children of The May.
Warner Bros. and director Guy
Ritchie are moving forward with their
'King Arthur' film which currently set for a 2016 release. Latest News -
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is a blog by author, historian and folklorist
Stuart McHardy, which explores the Scottish traditions of Arthur.
'Valle Crucis and The Grail'
a new book by Ian Pegler exploring the links between the mediaeval
monastery of Valle Crucis in North Wales and the legend of the Holy
'The Golden Sword'
is a novel by Cornwall based author Rosie Morgan.
The book is the first in a proposed series and you can find more
is the debut
novel of publisher Sean Pidgeon. The book is described as 'A literacy
mystery, a romance, and an exploration of the origins of Arthur.'
Published in January 2013, it has garnered positive reaction from
Arthurian novelists such as Jack Whyte and Gillian Bradshaw.
"The Fall Of
Arthur" A previously unpublished poem by J. R. R. Tolkien is
set for release in May 2013, published by HarperCollins.
is a website that hosts a number of articles to
teach beginners about Arthurian legend, and also hosts some translations
of ancient texts about Arthur.
The International Arthurian Society
have introduced their new website -
Young Knights of The Round Table is the
new novel by Colorado based author Cheryl Carpinello. Cheryl's novel,
"Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend" was a 2011 Global E-book Finalist.
You can read an excerpt from
novel here with more information and
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who designed our new header banners and the most recent UK
Helen Hollick's Pendragon's Banner Trilogy.
The Grail is a dictionary on everything to do with the Grail by Irish writer Ronan
Coghlan, probably best known for his book "Encyclopaedia of Arthurian
Legends." It includes the Grail romances, origins, conspiracy theories
You can purchase from Amazon here.
The Cynningwydd: The King of the Wood
is a novel by English teacher, Andrew
Silverman. An extension of the Arthur myth, the novel takes the form of
a return of Arthur tale and is inspired by Malory, Tennyson, TH White
and Frazier's The Golden Bough.
More info here.
King Arthur's Battle For Britain
published in February 2013 is a book by Eric Walmsley, which is based on
Arthur's battle list as transcribed by Nennius. The book is written in
the style of a drama-documentary with a review of the historical
evidence for Arthur taken from medieval texts and early Welsh poetry
together with Eric's own imaginative interpretation of the battles.
is the main blog for the author of the
Pendragon's Banner trilogy,
'Behind The Sword In The Stone'
is a documentary on the making of 'Excalibur'
being made by Alec Moore and Mark Wright.
It looks at how the film was a starting point for the careers of a
number of now famous actors. You can also visit the
IMDB page to see the cast members involved.
Lord' is a new Arthurian novel written by J.P. Reedman and is
set during the era of stonehenge. The book was published in
the Autumn of 2012. More information
here and you can visit the author's blog
- The Morgen of Avalon
books are author Carol Weakland's series of romantic fantasy novels that
focuses on the character of Morgen as King Arthur's healer, his love,
the Faerie Queen destined to help him create a peaceful Britannia.
official website for the author of the 'Perilous Order Of Camelot
Regular visitors will know how
much we admire the work of both Helen Hollick and Bernard Cornwell.
Helen has written about her experiences of meeting Bernard
'The God Tree'
is a new book by Janis Fry, throws new light on
the Arthurian quest for the Grail through the discovery of the close
connection between King Arthmael. More
'Realm of The Bear'
is an epic retelling of the timeless tale of King
Arthur and his knights. The book includes illustrations and is available
to buy on
- A new blog for author Helen Hollick's
Arthurian 'Pendragon's Banner trilogy.'
'King Jesus' is a book by Ralph
Ellis. The author claims that Jesus was exiled to Roman Britain after
the crucifixion and could be the inspiration for the legendary King
Arthur. More here.
badonicus - is a blog by Malcolm Wilson that looks at late Roman
and Arthurian Britain. Included is his search for a
One of earliest books on King Arthur is up for
sale. The 14th century book is expected to fetch £2million.
'The Transformation Of Freemasonry'
by Dr. David Harrison is the follow-on from the best selling
'The Genesis of Freemasonry.'
looks at how Freemasonry in England and Wales
adapted after the Unlawful Societies Act of 1799, and how the Craft
became tinted with the stigma of Revolution, only to transform itself in
the Victorian period to become the most enduring and enigmatic of secret
- A serious Academic List for the in-depth
discussion of: Medieval Arthurian/Welsh Literature, Medieval History,
Dark Age Arthurian History and related Archaeology.
- A group for writers and enthusiasts to discuss different ideas
about the legends.
'The Genesis of Freemasonry' is a book
by Dr. David Harrison that looks at the more magical origins of
Freemasonry, and discusses the Arthurian legend and the symbolism
embedded in the 'cycle' - some of which filtered into Freemasonry and
Rosicrucianism. More info
London based author
Alan Fenton, (published by Dovecote
Press) is releasing two books, 'The Call of Destiny' and 'The Hour Of
Camelot' which will be available in bookshops from the 3rd of June. They
transport Arthurian legend to a dystopian 21st century world. You can
find out more at
Alan Fenton's official site.
'The Yonic Symbol, the grail and a Templar Secret'
is a paper by Brian Collier which looks at finding the Yonic symbol for
the Goddess by analysing the grail quests.
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Pendragon Novel Project and info for writing Arthurian Literature.