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Modern Arthurian Short Stories

from: The Camelot Project  2013

      In this bibliography, I have attempted to show other Arthurian enthusiasts the tremendous number of volumes available that contain Arthurian works. I have used the broadest interpretation of the term "Arthurian" so some of the stories entered in this bibliography would be considered marginal in their Arthurian content at best. I would welcome any information about stories I have missed or those that readers feel do not belong in this bibliography. All entries are post nineteenth century, and all are the first appearance of each story, to the best of my knowledge.
      I have tried to list the entries from most available to least available, and from those with the most Arthurian works per volume to those with the least. Modern retellings and translations of traditional tales have been left out except when they are present in volumes with modern works.
      My apologies to any author that has written Arthurian works that I have missed. Please let me know so that I can make additions as soon as possible.
      I hope this bibliography points the way to hours of enjoyable reading and questing for others. If you would like any additional information you can contact me at menlar@aol.com. An index of authors is included at the end so that you can find all their works easily.
      My thanks to Dan Nastali and Rod Parrish for their assistance and patience.

—Larry Mendelsberg


ARRANGEMENT OF THIS BIBLIOGRAPHY

   Section A: Completely Arthurian Short Story Anthologies
   Section B: Anthologies and Collections With at Least One Arthurian Story
   Section C: Periodicals Containing Arthurian Short Stories
   Section D: Internet Stories
   Section E: Index of Authors



SECTION A: Completely Arthurian Short Story Anthologies


MERLIN'S BOOKE. Jane Yolen. New York: Ace, May 1986. [Reprinted in Minneapolis, MN: Steel Dragon Press, 1986. All stories written by Jane Yolen.]
Contents:
"The Ballad of the Mage's Birth"
"The Confession of Brother Blaise"
"The Wild Child"
"Dream Reader"
"The Annunciation"
"The Gwynhfar"
"The Dragon's Boy"
"The Sword and the Stone"
"Merlin at Stonehenge"
"Evian Steel"
"In the Whitethorn Wood"
"Epitaph"
"L'Envoi"

WARRIORS OF ARTHUR. John Matthews and R. J. Stewart. London: Blandford Press, 1987. [Reprinted in paperback as TALES OF ARTHUR (London: Javelin Books, 1988).]
Contents:
"Lugh Strong-Arm"—John Matthews
"The Abduction and Rescue of Gwenhwyfar the Queen"—John Matthews
"Owein of the Ravens"—John Matthews
"The Blundering Hero"—R. J. Stewart
"Kei and the Giants"—R. J. Stewart
"The Beheading Game"—R. J. Stewart

INVITATION TO CAMELOT. Ed. Parke Godwin. New York: Ace, March 1988. [All original stories.]
Contents:
"The Storyteller"—Jane Yolen [A poem.]
"Their Son"—Morgan Llywelyn
"The Minstrel's Tale"—Tanith Lee
"Two Bits Of Embroidery"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"The Camelot Connection"—Elizabeth Ann Scarborough
"Uallanach"—Parke Godwin
"Seven From Caer Sidi"—Susan Shwartz
"The Vow That Binds"—Gregory Frost
"Nimue's Tale"—Madeleine E. Robins
"Night Mare"—Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
"The Palace By Moonlight"—Sharon Newman
"Meditation In A Whitethorn Tree"—Jane Yolen
"Winter Solstice, Camelot Station"—John M. Ford

THE PENDRAGON CHRONICLES. Ed. Mike Ashley. New York: Peter Bedrick Books, 1989 and 1990. [Reprinted by Wings Books, 1993. This volume is truly the one that started me on my compulsive quest for Arthurian literature as there is an extensive bibliography at the end. Highly recommended.]
Contents:
"Chief Dragon of the Island"—Joy Chant
"The Dragon's Boy"—Jane Yolen
"The Knight with the Two Swords"—John Steinbeck
"Morte D'Alain"—Maxey Brooke
"King's Man"—Sasha Miller
"Sir Percivale of Wales"—Roger Lancelyn Green
"For To Achieve Your Adventure"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts
"The King's Damosel"—Vera Chapman
"The Lady of the Fountain"—From the Mabinogion
"Buried Silver"—Keith Taylor
"Jaufry The Knight and the Fair Brunissende"—translated by Alfred Elwes
"Son of the Morning"—Ian McDowell
"The Lady of Belec"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"Artos, Son of Marius"—Andre Norton
"An Entry That Did Not Appear In Domesday Book"—John Brunner
"Midnight, Moonlight, and the Secret of the Sea"—Darrell Schweitzer

SONG OF TALIESIN: STORIES AND POEMS FROM THE BOOKS OF BROCELIANDE. John Matthews. Wellingborough, UK: Aquarian Press, 1991. [Wonderful Celtic tales from Taliesin. Reprinted by Quest Books (2001) as SONG OF TALIESIN: TALES FROM KING ARTHUR'S BAND with the addition of one story, "The Voyage of Annwn".]
Contents:
"The Scribe's Story"
"The Cauldron-Born"
"The Journey to Deganwy"
"Ogma: The Search for the Letters"
"The Salmon and the Crane"
"The Entertainment of the Noble Head"
"Culhwch's Day"
"Iskander and the Show-Stone"
"Battle of the Trees"
"The Inundation"
"Amairgen's Story"
"The Contention of Llud and Llevelys"
"The Crow, the Salmon and the Oldest of the Old"
"The Fall of the Great Trees"
"The Hunting of Hen Wen"
"The Defense of the Chair"
"The Protection of Honey Isle"
"The Death of Aneurin"
"The Voyage of Annwn" [Included Quest (2001) edition only.]
"The Doorway to Summer Stars"

THE CAMELOT CHRONICLES. Ed. Mike Ashley. New York: Carroll and Graf, 1992. [Reprinted by Wings Books, 1995.]
Contents:
"To Camelot"—A Poem by Theodore Goodridge Roberts
"Belle Dame, Sans Merci"—Vera Chapman
"The Winning of a Sword"—Howard Pyle
"The Storming Bone"—Ian McDowell
"The Oath of the Saxon"—Peter Tremayne
"Blueflow"—Don Wilcox
"The Brotherhood of Britain"—Keith Taylor
"John, The Knight of the Lion"—Traditional
"Morte D'Un Marcheant"—Maxey Brooke
"Sir Lanval"—A. R. Hope Moncrieff
"The True Story of Guenever"—Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
"Sir Borlays and the Dark Knight"—Anthony Armstrong
"Sir Agravaine"—P. G. Wodehouse
"The Romance of Tristan and Iseult"—Trans. Hilaire Belloc
"The Coming of the Light"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"Told By Moonlight"—Darrell Schweitzer
"The Quiet Monk"—Jane Yolen
"The Sad Wizard"—John T. Aquino
"Mountainy Madness"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts

MODERN ARTHURIAN LITERATURE. Ed. Alan Lupack. New York: Garland, 1992.
Contents:
"The Antique Ring"—Nathaniel Hawthorne (pp. 319-331)

KING ARTHUR AND THE GRAIL QUEST. John Matthews. London: Blandford, 1994.
Contents:
"The Vision of the Mother of God"
"The Voyage to Annwn"
"Galahad and the Holy Things"
"The Falling"

GRAILS: QUESTS OF THE DAWN. Eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward Kramer. New York: ROC, March 1994. [No information about previous appearances.]
Contents:
"A Question of the Grail"—Jane Yolen
"The Cup and the Cauldron"—Mercedes Lackey
"That Which Overfloweth"—Andre Norton
"Chalice of Tears, or I Didn't Want That Damn Grail Anyway"—Marion Zimmer Bradley
"The Feast of the Fisher King"—Diana L. Paxson
"The Gift of Gilthaliad"—Brad Strickland
"Curse of the Romany"—Ilona Ouspenskaya
"Dagda"—James S. Dorr
"The Sailor Who Sailed After the Sun"—Gene Wolfe
"Water"—Lee Hoffman
"What You See..."—Alan Dean Foster
"Somewhere in Her Dying Heart"—Lisa Lepovetsky
"Storyville, Tennessee"—Richard Gilliam
"Hell-Bent for Leather"—Jeremiah E. Phipps
"Atlantis"—Orson Scott Card
"Invisible Bars"—Dean Wesley Smith
"That Way Lies Camelot"—Janny Wurts
"Hitchhiking Across an Ancient Sea"—Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"Visions"—Lawrence Watt-Evans
"The Awful Truth in Arthur's Barrow"—Lionel Fenn
"Reunion"—Brian M. Thomsen
"Quest Now"—Margo Skinner
"Chivalry"—Neil Gaiman
"Falling to the Edge of the End of the World"—Bruce D. Arthurs
"Greggie's Cup"—Rick Wilber
"The Grail Legend"—Fritz Leiber [An afterword.]

GRAILS: VISITATIONS OF THE NIGHT. Eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward Kramer. New York: ROC, August 1994. [No information about previous appearances.]
Contents:
"Exalted Hearts"—Tanith Lee
"One Paris Night"—Karl Edward Wagner
"Dogs Questing"—John Gregory Betancourt
"Sanctuary"—Lois Tilton
"The Unholy"—Doug Murray
"Tacachale"—Owl Goingback
"Castle of Maidens"—Richard Lee Byers
"From Camelot to Deadwood"—Gregory Nicoll
"Under an Appalling Sky"—Brad Linaweaver
"The Steel American"—S. P. Somtow
"Looking for Pablo"—Wil McCarthy
"Perpetual Light"—Michael Cassutt
"The Power in Penance"—Edward Kramer
"The Longest Single Note"—Peter Crowther
"Jesus Used a Paper Cup"—Adam-Troy Caastro
"Siege Perilous"—Jerry Ahern and Susan Ahern
"The Sinner King"—Richard T. Chizmar
"Lucky Lyle's Big Surprise"—Terry Black
"Ashes to Ashes"—Jack C. Haldeman II
"Here There Be Dragons"—P. D. Cacek
"Judas"—Connie Hirsch
"Grail"—Richard Gilliam
"Lost and Found"—Lawrence Schimel
"A Deal With God"—Pat Cadigan
"Maureen Birnbaum and the Saint Graal"—George Alec Effinger
"Seven Drops of Blood"—Robert Weinberg
"The Yellow Clay Bowl"—Robert Sampson
"Elvisland"—John Farris
"To Leave If You Can"—Nancy Holder

THE MERLIN CHRONICLES. Ed. Mike Ashley. New York: Carroll and Graf, 1995.
Contents:
"Dream Reader"—Jane Yolen
"The Temptations of Merlin"—Peter Tremayne
"Infantism"—Robert Holdstock
"The Pledged Word"—Marion Zimmer Bradley [Adaptation from MISTS OF AVALON.]
"The Horse Who Would Be King"—Jennifer Roberson
"A Sword For Arthur"—Vera Chapman
"The Rite of Challenge"—Peter Valentine Timlett
"Merlin's Dark Mirror"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"The Purpose of Merlin"—Colin R. Fry
"Merlin and Tom Thumb"—Dinah Maria Mulock
"The Seven Champions"—E. M. Wilmot-Buxton
"Morte D'Espier"—Maxey Brooke
"King's Mage"—Tanith Lee
"A Quest Must End"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts
"Namer of Beasts, Maker of Souls"—Jessica Amanda Salmonson
"The Sleeper and the Seer"—H. Warner Munn
"Midwinter"—David Sutton
"The Death of Nimue"—Esther Friesner
"The Knight of Pale Countenance"—Darrell Schweitzer
"The Castle of Kerglas"—Emile Souvestre
"Ogier The Dane"—William Morris
"Merlin Dreams In The Mondream Wood"—Charles De Lint

THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF MERLIN. Ed. Mike Ashley. Philadelphia: Running Press, 2009. Reprinted and expanded edition of the above THE MERLIN CHRONICLES with these additional stories:
"Cauldron of Light"—Diana L. Paxson
"The Corruption of Perfection"—Mike Ashley
"The Dragon Line"—Michael Swanwick

  With the omission of the following story:
"The Purpose of Merlin"—Colin R. Fry

EXCALIBUR: SWORD OF MAGIC, SWORD OF MYTH. Eds. Richard Gilliam, Martin H. Greenberg, Edward Kramer. New York: Aspect/Warner Books, May 1995. [All stories have a 1995 copyright.]
Contents:
"The Question of the Sword"—Jane Yolen [A poem.]
"The God-Sword"—Diana L. Paxson
"Lassorio"—Eric Lustbader
"Controlling the Sword"—Kristine Kathryn Rusch
"Surgeon's Steel"—Diana Gabaldon
"Prayer of the Knight of the Sword"—Nancy Holder
"Echoes of the One Sword"—T. Winter Damon [A poem.]
"Grass Dancer"—Owl Goingback
"All We Know Of Heaven"—Peter Crowther
"Passing"—Charles De Lint
"Nights of The Round Table"—Lawrence Schimel [A poem.]
"Here There Be Dragons?"—Marion Zimmer Bradley
"Goldie, Lox, and the Three Excalibearers"—Esther Friesner
"Silver, Stone, and Steel"—Judith Tarr
"St. Paul's Churchyard, New Year's Day"—Richard Lee Byers
"The Other Scabbard"—Brad Linaweaver
"Hope's Edge"—Daniel H. Scheltema [A poem.]
"The Waking Dream"—J. M. Morgan
"The Scout, the Slugger and the Stripper"—Randy Miller
"The Weapon"—Ardath Mayhar
"The Sword in the Net"—Brad Strickland
"Once and Future"—Terry Tappouni [A poem.]
"Once and Future"—Mercedes Lackey
"Sword Practice"—Jody Lynn Nye
"Where Bestowed"—Susan Dexter
"Demon Sword"—Bill Fawcett
"Troubled Waters"—Susan Shwartz
"Literary Cubism Saves the Universe"—Joe Haldeman [A poem.]
"Duty"—Gary Gygax
"The Epilogue of the Sword"—Darrell Schweitzer

CAMELOT. Ed. Jane Yolen. New York: Philomel Books, 1995. [All stories copyrighted 1995, assumed original for this volume.]
Contents:
"The Changing of the Shrew"—Kathleen Kudlinski
"Wild Man"—Diana L. Paxson
"Once and Future"—Terry Pratchett
"Gwenhwyfar"—Lynne Pledger
"Excalibur"—Anne E. Crompton
"Black Horses for a King"—Anne McCaffrey
"Holly and Ivy"—James D. Macdonald and Debra Doyle
"The Raven"—Nancy Springer
"All the Iron of Heaven"—Mark W. Tiedemann
"The Amesbury Song"—Jane Yolen and Adam Stemple [A song.]
"Our Hour of Need"—Greg Costikyan

THE CHRONICLES OF THE HOLY GRAIL. Ed. Mike Ashley. New York: Carroll and Graf, 1996.
Contents:
"The Magic Bowl"—Peter Tremayne
"Maidens of the Grael"—Peter Valentine Timlett
"The Story of Peredur"—Lady Charlotte Guest
"Hunt of the Hart Royal"—Cherith Baldry
"The Castles of Testing"—Keith Taylor
"The Legend of Sir Dinar"—Arthur Quiller-Couch
"Galahad's Lady"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"Shrouded in Mist"—Lawrence Schimel and Mark A. Garland
"The Unwanted Grail"—Darrell Schweitzer
"The Figure in Darkness"—Ken Alden
"The Treasures of Britain"—Heather Rose Jones
"Honour Before Glory"—Steve Lockley
"The Kingdoms of the Air"—Tanith Lee
"The Secret History"—Peter T. Garratt
"An Idyll of the Grail"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"Launcelot's Grail"—Peter Valentine Timlett
"Reliquary"—F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre
"Peronnik the Fool"—George Moore
"The Last Rainbow"—Parke Godwin
"The Lost Romance"—Brian Stableford
"The Great Return"—Arthur Machen

SIR KAY'S QUEST. Cherith Baldry, 1996. [Chapbook published by Round Table Publications, Rochester, NY. Series editors: Alan Lupack and Barbara Tepa Lupack.]


THE RETURN TO AVALON. Ed. Jennifer Roberson. New York: Daw, 1996. [All original stories. ** Short pieces recounting each author's experiences with Marion Zimmer Bradley.]
Contents:
"To Light Such A Candle"—eluki bes shahar
"The Grail of Hearts Desire"—Judith Tarr
"Lady of Avalon"—Diana L. Paxson
"With God To Guard Her"—Kate Elliott
"Appreciation"—C. J. Cherryh[**]
"Sing To Me Of Love and Shadows"—Deborah Wheeler
"The Wellspring"—Katherine Kerr
"Knives"—Dave Smeds
"A Refuge of Firedrakes"—Susan Shwartz
"Appreciation"—Charles De Lint[**]
"The Hag"—Lawrence Schimel
"Salve, Regina"—Melanie Rawn
"Trees of Avalon"—Elisabeth Waters
"Sparrow"—Esther Friesner
"The Spell Between Worlds"—Karen Haber
"The Stone Mother's Curse"—Dave Wolverton
"Appreciation"—Paul Edwin Zimmer[**]
"Iontioren's Tale"—Paul Edwin Zimmer
"Winter Tales"—Adrienne Martine-Barnes
"Dark Lady"—Jane M. Lindskold
"The Lily Maid of Astolat"—Laura Resnick
"Appreciation"—Jennifer Roberson[**]
"Guinevere's Truth"—Jennifer Roberson

A CAMELOT TRIPTYCH. Norris Lacy, 1997. [Chapbook published by Round Table Publications, Rochester, NY. Series editors: Alan Lupack and Barbara Tepa Lupack.]


THE CHRONICLES OF THE ROUND TABLE. Ed. Mike Ashley. New York: Carroll and Graf, 1997.
Contents:
"The Hedge of Mist"—Peter Valentine Timlett
"The Perfect Stranger"—R. H. Stewart
"Knight of the Golden Collar"—Peter Tremayne
"Tournament of Rogues"—Keith Taylor
"A Tribute of Ferns"—Peter T. Garratt
"Dieu et Mon Droit!"—Eliot Fintushel
"The Gest of Sir Brandiles"—Kurt Roth
"My Lady of the Ashes"—Paul Finch
"Twice Knightly"—Alan Kennington
"The Goose Girl"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts
"Belleus's Demon"—Lawrence Schimel
"The Hand of Fair Lysette"—Michael Coney
"The Knight of Good Heart"—Liz Holliday
"Clarissant"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"Just Cause"—Fay Sampson
"Earthworks"—Patrick McCormack
"The Trial of Sir Kay"—Cherith Baldry
"Meraugis and Medwina"—Seamus Cullen
"The Fight for the Queen"—Leonora Lang
"My Mother, The Hag"—Brian Stableford
"The Dragon of Camlann"—Darrell Schweitzer
"Uallannach"—Parke Godwin
"A Figure in Faerie Time"—John T. Aquino
Interview: Parke Godwin talks to Marion Zimmer Bradley

THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF ARTHURIAN LEGENDS. Ed. Mike Ashley. London: Robinson, 1998.
Contents:
"The First Pendragon"—Sir James Knowles
"The Winning of Kinghood"—Howard Pyle
"The Winning of the Kingdom"—Geoffrey of Monmouth
"The Knight with the Two Swords"—John Steinbeck
"The Winning of a Sword"—Howard Pyle
"The Treason of Morgan Le Fay"—George Cox
"The Winning of Olwen"—Lady Charlotte Guest
"The Temptation of Launcelot"—Peter Valentine Timlett
"Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"—Rosemary Sutcliff
"The Quest of the Saracen Beast"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts
"Sir Marrok the Wolf"—Allen French
"The Marriage of Sir Gawayne"—Maude Ebbutt
"The Carl of Carlisle"—Ron Tiner
"Sir Lanval"—A. R. Hope Moncrieff
"Sir Percivale of Wales"—Roger Lancelyn Green
"John, The Knight of the Lion"—H. Shuck
"The Romance of Tristan and Iseult"—Hilaire Belloc
"The Dog's Story"—Eleanor Arnason
"The Quest of the Holy Grail"—Andrew and Leonora Lang
"Madoc, The Door Ward"—Douglas Carmichael
"Guinevere and Lancelot"—Arthur Machen
"The Pretender"—Stephen Dedman
"The Passing of Arthur"—Alfred, Lord Tennyson
"The Lady of Belec"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"Raven's Meat"—Fay Sampson
"The Quiet Monk"—Jane Yolen
"The Isle of Avalon"—Phil Carradice

ISAAC ASIMOV'S CAMELOT. Eds. Gardner Dozois and Sheila Williams. New York: Ace, May 1998. [All stories had previously appeared in ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE.]
Contents:
"The Last Defender of Camelot"—Roger Zelazny
"Three Queens"—Esther Friesner
"The Dragon Line"—Michael Swanwick
"The Quiet Monk"—Jane Yolen
"Into Gold"—Tanith Lee
"Dr. Couney's Island"—Steven Popkes
"Son of Morning"—Ian McDowell
"Silver Lady and the Fortyish Man"—Megan Lindholm
"Wake-up Call"—Esther Friesner
"The Dog's Story"—Eleanor Arnason

CAMELOT FANTASTIC. Eds. Lawrence Schimel and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, July 1998.
Contents:
"The Raven's Quest"—Fiona Patton
"The Queen's Broidery Woman"—Nancy Springer
"The Architect of Worlds"—Brian Stableford
"The Bridge of Fire"—Mike Ashley
"The Feasting of the Hungry Man"—Ian McDowell
"Builder of Keeps"—Gregory Mcguire
"The Sword of the North"—Rosemary Edghill

MERLIN. Ed. Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, September 1999.
Contents:
"Old Merlin Dancing on the Sands of Time"—Jane Yolen
"Cauldron of Light"—Diana L. Paxson
"Forest of Stone"—Charles De Lint
"One Morning at the Stone"—Tim Waggoner
"Repro Man"—Esther Friesner and Elizabeth Stutzman
"Root and Branch Shall Change"—Andre Norton
"Touched by Moonlight and Sunshine"—Kathleen M. Massie-Ferch
"The Final Battle"—John Helfers
"The Magic Roundabout"—Pauline E. Dungate
"Other Agendas"—Lyn McConchie
"The Wild Hunt"—Lisanne Norman
"Mouse and the Magic Guy"—Brian M. Thomsen
"Merlin and Viviane"—Alan Rodgers
"Waiting for Tomorrow"—Marc Bilgrey
"Central Park"—Bradley H. Sinor
"Last Flight Over the Giant's Dance"—Jean Rabe
"The Well-Made Knight"—Brooks Peck
"The Ballad of the Side Street Wizard"—Gary A. Braunbeck
"The End of Summer"—R. Davis
"Return of the King"—Michelle West

ARTHURIAN LITERATURE BY WOMEN. Eds. Alan Lupack and Barbara Tepa Lupack. New York: Garland, 1999. [All reprints.]
Contents:
"The Honeysuckle"—Marie de France, trans. Norris Lacy
"Lanval"—Marie de France, trans. Norris Lacy
"The Lady of the Fountain"—Lady Charlotte Guest
"Avillion; or, The Happy Isles"—Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
"The Christmas of Sir Galahad"—Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
"The Lady of Shalott"—Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
"The True Story of Guenever"—Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
"Keeping Tryst: A Tale of King Arthur's Time"—Annie Fellows Johnston

DOOM OF CAMELOT. Ed. James Lowder. Mountain View, CA: Green Knight Press, August 2000.
Contents:
"A Hermit's Tale"—Catherine Wells
"In the Forest Perilous"—Cherith Baldry
"Hidden Blades"—Elaine Cunningham
"The Realm of the Dead and the Dreaming"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"The Last Idyll of the King"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"Three Queens Weeping"—C. A. Gardner
"The Last Road"—Elizabeth Wyrick Thompson
"Grail Wisdom"—India Edghill
"The Corruption of Perfection"—Mike Ashley
"The Shadow of a Sword"—Ed Greenwood
"Surrendering the Blade"—Marcie Lynn Tentchoff
"The Battle, Lost"—Susan Fry
"Saxon Midnight"—Darrell Schweitzer
"The Knight Who Wasn't There"—Douglas W. Clark
"How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth"—Meredith L. Patterson
"Avilion: A Romance of Voices"—Verlyn Flieger

UP THE WALL & OTHER TALES OF KING ARTHUR AND HIS KNIGHTS. Esther Friesner. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Wildside Press, 2000.
Contents:
"Wake-Up Call" pp. 1-9
"Articles of Faith" pp. 10-31
"Chivalry" pp. 32-34 [A poem.]
"The Death of Nimue" pp. 35-40
"Up the Wall" pp. 41-73
"Three Queens" pp. 74-102

THE SONG OF TALIESIN: TALES FROM KING ARTHUR'S BAND. John Matthews. Illinois: Quest Books, 2001. [See THE SONG OF TALIESIN: STORIES AND POEMS FROM THE BOOKS OF BROCELIANDE.]


OUT OF AVALON. Ed. Jennifer Roberson. New York: Roc, May 2001.
Contents:
"The Heart of the Hill"—Marion Zimmer Bradley and Diana L. Paxson (pp. 1-16)
"The Fourth Concealment of the Island of Britain"—Katherine Kerr (pp. 17-27)
"Prince of Exiles"—Rosemary Edghill (pp. 29-46)
"The Secret Leaves"—Tricia Sullivan (pp. 47-86)
"The Castellan"—Diana Gabaldon and Samuel Watkins (pp. 85-109)
"Lady of the Lake"—Michelle Sagara West (pp. 111-138)
"The Mooncalfe"—David Farland (pp. 139-163)
"Avalonia"—Kristen Britain (pp. 165-178)
"Finding the Grail"—Judith Tarr (pp. 179-207)
"Me and Galahad"—Mike Resnick and Adrienne Gormley (pp. 209-217)
"A Lesser Working"—Jennifer Roberson (pp. 219-227)
"Grievous Wounds"—Laura Resnick (pp. 229-253)
"Black Dogs"—Lorelei Shannon (pp. 255-275)
"Marwysgafn (Deathbed Song)"—Eric Van Lustbader (pp. 277-332)
"The Mouse's Soul"—Nina Kiriki Hoffman (pp. 333-336)

LEGENDS OF THE PENDRAGON. Ed. James Lowder. Mountain View, CA: Green Knight Press, 2002.
Contents:
"Keystones"—Shannon Appelcline
"Hel's Daughter"—Nancy Varian Berberick
"Dragons of the Mind"—Peter T. Garratt
"Nimue's Song"—Marcie Lynn Tentchoff
"Forethought"—Alex Kolker
"The Time in Between"—Beth Anderson
"Tea and Company"—Valerie Frankel
"A Spear in the Night"—Keith Taylor
"The Likeness of Her Lord"—C. A. Gardner
"The Lesson of the Other"—Steen Jensen
"Squire Kay in Love"—Phyllis Ann Karr
"The King Who Is to Come"—Cherith Baldry
"Six for the Sword"—Aaron Rosenberg
"Jester's Luck"—Gene Stewart
"A Time of Blood and Steel"—John H. Steele
"The Enthronement of Arthur"—Andrew H. W. Smith
"The Last of the Giants of Albion"—Darrell Schweitzer
"The Scream of the Gulls"—Joe Murphy
"Follow"—Clarissa Aykroyd
"The Questing Girl"—Cory Rushton

THE ROAD TO CAMELOT. Ed. Sophie Masson. Milsons Point: Random House Australia, 2002.
Contents:
"Merlin"—Maggie Hamilton (pp. 13-29)
"In Coed Celyddon—Arthur's Story"—Juliet Marillier (pp. 30-45)
"Morgan of the Fay"—Kate Forsyth (pp. 46-65)
"Gawain and the Selkie's Daughter"—Janeen Webb (pp. 66-86)
"The Call of Camelot—Gareth's Story"—Sally Odgers (pp. 87-102)
"Guinevere, or the Sleeping of Beauty"—Isobelle Carmody (pp. 103-131)
"Lancelot"—Sophie Masson (pp. 132-148)
"Iseult"—Richard Harland (pp. 149-165)
"Percival"—Ursula Dubosarsky (pp. 166-180)
"Elaine, Lily Maid of Astolat"—Felicity Pulman (pp. 181-195)
"Heart's Desire—Nimue's Story"—Garth Nix (pp. 196-209)
"The Work of Giants—Minimus' Story"—Lucy Sussex (pp. 210-225)
"The Customs of the Country—Galahad's Story"—Dave Luckett (pp. 226-244)
"The Plot—Mordred's Story"—Allan Baillie (pp. 245-258)

THE SONG OF ARTHUR. John Matthews. Illinois: Quest Books, 2002.
Contents:
"Joscelyn's Tale"
"The Kingly Shadow"
"The Bride of the Spear"
"In the Prison of Arianrhod"
"The Island of Sorrow and Joy"
"Lugh of the Strong Arm and the Three Queen's"
"Owein of the Ravens"
"Drustan's Ghost"
"The Abduction and Rescue of Gwenhwyfar the Queen"
"Grisandole"
"Thomas and the Book"
"The Vision of the Mother of God"
"Galahad and the Holy Things"
"Collen and the Lord of the Mound"
"The Hostel of the Quicken Trees"
"Singer"
"The Falling"
"Maze"
"The Third Awakening"


SECTION B: Anthologies and Collections With at Least One Arthurian Story

This section contains all mass market, trade paperback, or hard cover books which contain at least one Arthurian story that I have not found to be reprinted in any other volume. Entries are in chronological order by earliest date of publication.

STORIES FOR GIRLS. Anonymous. London: Blackie & Son Limited, No Date.
Contents:
"King Arthur Lies Sleeping"—Ethel Talbot [Unpaginated]

STORIES OF CHIVALRY AND ROMANCE. Anonymous [attributed to Henry Davies]. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1827.
Contents:
"The Enchanted Shield" (pp. 149-209)

OUR YOUNG FOLKS: AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Volume 1. Eds. J. T. Trowbridge, Gail Hamilton, and Lucy Larcom. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1865.
Contents:
"Sir Franklin"—Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (pp. 683-690)

OUR YOUNG FOLKS: AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Volume 2. Eds. J. T. Trowbridge, Gail Hamilton, and Lucy Larcom. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866.
Contents:
"The Dream of the Sangreal"—Annie T. Wall (pp. 695-702)

THE FORTUNATE ISLAND. Max Adeler. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1882.
Contents:
"The Fortunate Island" (pp. 9-45)

YOUNG FOLK'S STORY BOOK. Anonymous [American authors]. New York: Syndicate Trading Co., 1888.
Contents:
"Mother's Round Table"—Tarpley Starr (pp. 110-114)

LILY AND THE LIFT AND OTHER STORIES. Mrs. Herbert Railton. London: Seeley & Co., 1895.
Contents:
"Arthur's Strange Adventure" (pp. 125-138)

THE BLUE FLOWER. Henry Van Dyke. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1902.
Contents:
"The Mill" (pp. 39-72)

THE MAGIC MANTLE AND OTHER STORIES. Stephen Jackson. London: M. S. Greene & Co., 1903.
Contents:
"The Magic Mantle" (pp. 1-251)

THE SUNDAY AT HOME. London: Religious Tract Society, 1905.
Contents:
"The Quest of Elaine: A Story for Children"—Florence Bone (pp. 409-415) [Not just for children—very Christian.]

THE LAST GALLEY: IMPRESSIONS AND TALES. Arthur Conan Doyle. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1911.
Contents:
"The Last of the Legions" (pp. 91-101)

GRAPHICS. Harris Merton Lyon. St. Louis: William Marion Reedy, 1913.
Contents:
"A Sister of Shalott" (pp. 91-109)

LOST DIARIES. Maurice Baring. London: New Readers Library, 1913.
Contents:
"From the Diary of Iseult of Brittany" (pp. 10-12)

THE BOOK OF STORIES FOR THE STORY TELLER. Ed. Fanny Coe. London: George G. Harrap, 1914.
Contents:
"The Necklace of Truth"—Jean Mace (pp. 131-135)

CLOUD CASTLE AND OTHER PAPERS. Edward Thomas. London: Duckworth & Co., 1922.
Contents:
"Isoud" (pp. 79-90)
"Bronwen" (pp. 155-166)

STAR OF MERCIA. Blanche Devereux. London: Jonathan Cape, 1922.
Contents:
"Gwrtheyrn the Drunkard" (pp. 11-34) [Although a line in this story states that it is post-Arthurian, it is undoubtedly the story of Vortigern's demise.]

FANTASTICA. Robert Nichols. New York: Macmillan, 1923.
Contents:
"Sir Perseus and the Fair Andromeda" (pp. 67-129)

DEAD LETTERS. Maurice Baring. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1925.
Contents:
"The Camelot Jousts" (pp. 82-88)

THE AMERICAN CARAVAN. Eds. Van Wyck Brooks, Lewis Mumford, Alfred Kreymborg, and Paul Rosenfeld. New York: The Literary Guild of America, 1927.
Contents:
"Galahad"—Edmund Wilson (pp. 222-261)

PIP AND SQUEAK ANNUAL. 5th Year. London: Daily Mirror, 1927.
Contents:
"The Enchanted Sword"—J. H. G. Freeman (pp. 89-91)

PRETTY CREATURES. William Gerhardi. New York: Duffield & Co., 1927.
Contents:
"Tristan Und Isolde" (pp. 153-194)

GALAHAD / I THOUGHT OF DAISY. Edmund Wilson. New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1929. [Several reprints available.]
Contents:
"Galahad" (pp. 349) [Marginally Arthurian.]

WILLIAM THE BAD. Richmal Crompton. London: George Newnes Limited, 1930.
Contents:
"The Knights of the Round Table"—Richmal Crompton (pp. 13-32) [This story is only marginally Arthurian.]

THE BOOK OF SHORT STORIES. Printed and bound under the supervision of K. E. Killeen, Director of Handiwork. Buffalo, NY: Elementary Schools of Buffalo, 1931.
Contents:
"An Adventure of Lancelot"—Maurice Koren (p. 61) [Available online at http://bookofshortstories.com/stories/an-adventure-of-sir-lancelot.htm.]

YESTERDAILIES. Anthony Armstrong. London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., November 1931.
Contents:
"Camelot Evening Guardian" (pp. 64-69) [A parody.]

THE DESIRE OF THE WORLD. An Pilibin. Dublin: At The Sign of the Three Candles, 1932.
Contents:
"The Second Grail"—An Pilibin (pp. v-ix)

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. James Branch Cabell. New York: Robert McBride & Co., 1934.
Contents:
"To Galahad of the Siege Perilous" (pp. 109-121)

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. Edmund Kemper Broadus. Toronto: The Macmillan Co., 1935.
Contents:
"The Armoury: A Fantasy" (pp. 210-215)

THE WHITE SYBIL / MEN OF AVALON. Clark Ashton Smith and David Keller. Everett, PA: Fantasy Publications, 1935.
Contents:
"Men of Avalon"—David Keller

TWELVE BRIGHT TRUMPETS. Margaret Leighton. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1942.
Contents:
"The End and the Beginning"—Margaret Leighton (pp. 1-12)

ENGLAND GROWING. Edward Frankland. London: MacDonald & Co. Ltd., 1944.
Contents:
"Medraut and Gwenhwyvar" (pp. 15-21)

THE ESCAPES OF MR. HONEY. Bertram Atkey. London: MacDonald & Co., 1944.
Contents:
"The Fifteenth Pill: The Final Foray" (pp. 143-173)

BRIGHID AND THE DUN COW. Edward Baird. Birmingham: Hudson, 1946.
Contents:
"They Went South by Way of Severn"

UNCLE MAC'S CHILDREN HOUR BOOK. Ed. Derek McCullough. London: Faulton, 1950.
Contents:
"King Arthur's Tree"—Alison Uttley (pp. 8-19)

CASTLES AND KINGS. Henry Treece. London: B. T. Batsford Ltd., 1959.
Contents:
"Gorlois and Tintagel" (pp. 11-31)

SIX TALES OF THE JAZZ AGE AND OTHER STORIES. F. Scott Fitzgerald. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1960.
Contents:
"O Russet Witch" (pp. 91-119)

FLYING A RED KITE. Hugh Hood. Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1962.
Contents:
"Fallings from Us, Vanishings" (pp. 1-17)

GREAT SPANISH SHORT STORIES. Ed. Angel Flores. New York: Dell, 1962.
Contents:
"Vivien and Merlin"—Benjamin Jarnes (pp. 223-243)

THE LITTLE KNIFE WHO DID ALL THE WORK. Alison Uttley. London: Faber & Faber Ltd., 1962.
Contents:
"The Lucky Bag" (pp. 75-87)
"King Arthur's Tree" (pp. 88-102)

THE MUSIC SCHOOL. John Updike. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett, 1962.
Contents:
"Four Sides of One Story" (pp. 70-79)

THE DARK TOWER: TALES FROM THE PAST. Peter Vansittart. London: MacDonald, 1965.
Contents:
"Foolish Kings" (pp. 19-22)
"The Dark Tower" (pp. 71-80)
"Merlin" (pp. 81-89)
"Saxons" (pp. 90-102)
"Gawayne and the Green Knight" (pp. 105-119)

THE COMPLETE FAIRY TALES OF EDWARD THOMAS. Edward Thomas. New York: Franklin Watts, Inc. 1966.
Contents:
"The Nearer the Bone the Sweeter the Meat" (pp. 45-48)

MARK VS TRISTRAM: CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN C. S. LEWIS & OWEN BARFIELD. Ed. Walter Hooper. Cambridge, MA: Lowell House, 1967. [Reprinted by the C. S. Lewis Society (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990).]


THE SHADOW LAND: MORE STORIES FROM THE PAST. Peter Vansittart. London: MacDonald, 1967.
Contents:
"The Marriage of Sir Gawayne" (pp. 9-19)
"The Birth of Taliesin the Singer" (pp. 20-24)
"Brothers" (pp. 25-35)
"Maximus" (pp. 36-41) [Reworking of the Mabinogion (Welsh) tale "The Dream of Maxen Wledig."]

FATHER OF LIES / MIRROR IMAGE. John Brunner and Bruce Duncan. New York: Belmont Double, October 1968.
Contents:
"Father of Lies"—Bruce Duncan (pp. 7-85)

THE FIFTY-FIRST DRAGON. Heywood Broun. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice–Hall, 1968.


GIRLS' ADVENTURE STORIES OF LONG AGO. London, New York: Hamlyn, 1968.
Contents:
"Jehane of the Forest"—Joan Aiken (pp. 107-161)

DRAGONS AND NIGHTMARES. Robert Bloch. New York: Belmont, November 1969.
Contents:
"A Good Knights Work" (pp. 11-41) [Reprinted in UNKNOWN, Ed. Stanley Schmidt. New York: Baen, 1988.]
"The Eager Dragon" (pp. 42-73)

NABOKOV'S DOZEN. Vladimir Nabokov. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1971.
Contents:
"Lance" (pp. 197-212) [Originally appeared in New Yorker Magazine, February 1952.]

DRAGON MAGIC. Andre Norton. New York: Ace Books, January 1972.
Contents:
"Pendragon" (pp. 103-140)

LIFE WITH LANCELOT. John T. Phillifent. New York: Ace Books, 1973.
Contents:

"Life with Lancelot" (pp. 7-132) [Published with a non-Arthurian short story intentionally bound upside down.]

TIGERS OF THE SEA. Robert E. Howard. New York: Zebra Publishing, 1974.
Contents:
"The Temple of Abomination" (pp. 167-188) [Cormac Mac Art casts aspersions on Arthur's genealogy and offers a non-traditional description of Arthur, Lancelot, and Gawaine. All in one page.]

HEROIC FANTASY. Eds. Gerald W. Page and Hank Reinhardt. New York: Daw, April 1975. [The same story appears in WE ARE ALL LEGENDS, 1981.]
Contents:
"The Riddle of the Horn"—Darrell Schweitzer (pp. 235-250)

THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES OF DENNIS DROGAN. Robert E. Howard. New York: Zebra Books, 1975.
Contents:
"A Knight of the Round Table"—Robert E. Howard (pp. 136-157) [The only Arthurian connection is that two down and out pugilists use the names of Arthurian characters to conceal their identities.]

THE BEST FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD: EUROPEAN SCIENCE FICTION. Ed. Donald A. Wollheim. New York: Doubleday, 1976.
Contents:
"Ysolde"—Nathalie-Charles Henneberg (pp. 249-267)

CAPITAL. Maureen Duffy. New York: George Braziller, 1976.
Contents:
"Part 1-The City of the Dead" (pp. 56-66) [A "stand-alone short story" extract from the novel.]

ARIEL, THE BOOK OF FANTASY, VOLUME FOUR. Ed. Thomas Durwood. Kansas City: Ariel Books, 1978.
Contents:
"The Last Days of Arthur"—Bob Shacochis (pp. 36-49) [A retelling with much originality and a new twist at the end.]

GHOSTLY HAUNTS. Derby, CT: Charlton Comics.
Contents:
1978, 10:56. "Merlin the Magician"—Anonymous [Last page of text.]

THE CARPENTER. Susan Price. London: Faber & Faber, 1981.
Contents:
"Merlin" (pp. 43-53) [Religious retelling with some originality.]

SUNFALL. C. J. Cherryh. New York: Daw, 1981.
Contents:
"The General" (pp. 133-158)

WE ARE ALL LEGENDS. Ed. Hank Stine. Virginia Beach, VA: Starblaze Editions, 1981.
Contents:
"The Riddle of the Horn" (pp. 83-98) [The same story appears in HEROIC FANTASY.]
"Midnight, Moonlight and the Secret of the Sea"—Darrell Schweitzer (pp. 171-186)
"L'envoi"—Darrell Schweitzer (pp. 187-189)

DRAGONS OF DARKNESS. Ed. Orson Scott Card. New York: Ace, October 1981.
Contents:
"Soldatenmangel"—Victor Milan (pp. 202-222)

ARTHURIAN LITERATURE II. Ed. Richard Barber. Suffolk: D. S. Brewer, 1982.
Contents:
"Kairo-Ko: A Dirge"—Toshiyuki Takamiya and Andrew Armour (pp. 92-126)

FIFTY EXTREMELY SF STORIES. Ed. Michael Bastraw. Center Harbor, NH: Niekas Publications, 1982.
Contents:
"The Mage Undone"—Susan Shwartz (pp. 6)

MR. MERLIN ANNUAL. Anonymous. London: Grandreams Ltd., 1982.
Contents:
"Blind Justice"—Unattributed
"In A Cup of Tea"—Unattributed

DR. GARDNER'S MODERN FAIRY TALES. Richard Gardner. Cresskill, NJ: Creative Therapeutics, 1983.
Contents:
"The Adventures of Sir Galahad of King Arthur's Court" (pp. 56-77)

THE FETISHIST. Michel Tournier. New York: Doubleday, 1984.
Contents:
"Tristan Vox" (pp. 11-28)

DOCTOR WHO: JOURNEY THROUGH TIME. Anonymous. World International Publishing Ltd., 1984.
Contents:
"The Creation Of Camelot"—Brenda Apsley (pp. 124-130)

THE POET ASSASSINATED AND OTHER STORIES. Guillaume Apollinaire. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1984.
Contents:
"Arthur, The Once and Future King" (pp. 129-132)

CLASSICAL ILLUSIONS. Jascha Kessler. New York: McPherson, 1985.
Contents:
"Perceval" (pp. 145-153)

ISAAC ASIMOV'S COSMIC KNIGHTS. Eds. Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles Waugh. New York: Dial Press, 1985.
Contents:
"Stainless-Steel Knight"—John T. Phillifent (pp. 85-115)
"Dream Damsel"—Evan Hunter (pp. 165-175)
"Last Defender of Camelot"—Roger Zelazny (pp. 177-200)
"A Knyght Ther Was"—Robert F. Young (pp. 201-249)

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER. Martin Levin. Kansas City: Andrews, McMeel and Parker, 1985.
Contents:
"Merlin the Magician" (p. 45)
"Tristan and Isolde" (pp. 90-91)

AT THE TABLE OF THE GRAIL. Ed. John Matthews. London: Arkana, 1987.
Contents:
"Glatisant and Grail: An Arthurian Fragment"—Peter Lamborn Wilson (pp. 219-242)

THE STARTLING WORLDS OF HENRY KUTTNER. Henry Kuttner. New York: Popular Library, 1987.
Contents:
"The Dark World" (pp. 253-357)

DEMONS! Eds. Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois. New York: Ace, July 1987.
Contents:
"The Grail"—Harlan Ellison (pp. 1-23)

OTHER EDENS II. Eds. Christopher Evans and Robert Holdstock. London: Unwin Paperbacks, 1988.
Contents:
"Laiken Langstrand"—Gwyneth Jones (pp. 81-96)

ALTERNATIVES. Ed. Robert Adams. New York: Baen, May 1989.
Contents:
"Count of the Saxon Shore"—Susan Shwartz (pp. 121-163)

THE DEVIL'S MODE. Anthony Burgess. New York: Random House, 1989.
Contents:
"Hun" (pp. 152-269)

LEGENDARY BRITAIN. John Matthews and R. J. Stewart. London: Blandford Press, 1989.
Contents:
"Drustan's Ghost"—John Matthews
"The Kingly Shadow"—John Matthews
"The Girl Who Met Merlin"—R. J. Stewart
"The Island of Sorrow and Joy"—John Matthews

HALLOWQUEST: TAROT MAGIC AND THE ARTHURIAN MYSTERIES. Caitlin and John Matthews. Wellingborough, UK: Aquarian Press, 1990.
Contents:
"The Maiden of the Spear"—John Matthews

MAGICAL TALES: THE STORY TELLING TRADITION. R. J. Stewart. Wellingborough, UK: Aquarian Press, 1990.
Contents:
"Return" (pp. 147-155)

THE WANT BONE. Robert Pinsky. New York: Ecco Press, 1990.
Contents:
"Jesus and Isolt" (pp. 32-40)

ZENITH. Second edition. Ed. David S. Garnett. London: Orbit, 1990.
Contents:
"X-calibre"—Gary Kilworth (pp. 85-93)

THE BONE FOREST. Robert Holdstock. London: Grafton Books, 1991.
Contents:
"The Bone Forest" (pp. 1-82)
"Shapechanger" (pp. 103-126)

A CELTIC READER. Ed. John Matthews. Wellingborough, UK: Aquarian Press, 1991.
Contents:
"Taliesin"—Thomas Samuel Jones (pp. 295-303)

THE FIRST LOVE STORIES. Diane Wolkstein. New York: HarperCollins, 1991.
Contents:
"Tristan and Iseult: One Man, One Woman" (pp. 181-233)

PSEUDO-NYMPH. Ed. Chris Hart. Bolton, UK: Pseudo-Nymph Project, 1991.
Contents:
"Voices of Other Times"—Peter T. Garratt (pp. 3-10) [previously published  in 1988 in DREAM, volume 15.

SMART DRAGONS, FOOLISH ELVES. Eds. Alan Dean Foster and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Ace, 1991. [Reprinted as a paperback in the same year.]
Contents:
"Up The Wall"—Esther Friesner (pp. 201-224)

CATFANTASTIC II. Eds. Andre Norton and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, January 1991.
Contents:
"The Queen's Cat's Tale"—Elizabeth Ann Scarborough (pp. 235-252)

HAWK AND THE BARD REBORN. Jan Henning and Daniel Cohen. Revised edition. London: Wood and Water, March 1991.
Contents:
"Hawk"—Jan Henning (pp. 22-46)

CLASSIC WELSH SHORT STORIES. Selected by Gwyn Jones and Islwyn Ffowc Elis. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992.
Contents:
"The Wedding"—John Gwilym Jones (pp. 13-21)

CHRISTMAS STARS. Ed. David G. Hartwell. New York: Tor, 1992.
Contents:
"Winter Solstice, Camelot Station"—John Ford (pp. 208-213)
"A Holiday in the Park"—John Ford (pp. 214-218)

THE FOLKTALE CAT. Ed. Frank de Caro. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1992.
Contents:
"King Arthur's Fight with the Great Cat: A Celtic Tale" (pp. 103-105)

SHORT CIRCUITS. Ed. Donald R. Gallo. New York: Delacorte, 1992. [Reprinted by Dell / Laurel Leaf (1993)].
Contents:
"Ethan Unbound"—Gary L. Blackwood (pp. 60-74)

ALTERNATE KENNEDYS. Ed. Mike Resnick. New York: Tor, July 1992.
Contents:
"Camelot Redux"—Jane Yolen (pp. 1-3) [A poem.]
"A Fleeting Wisp of Glory"—Laura Resnick (pp. 4-15)
"A Massachusetts Yankee in King Arthur's Court"—Harry Turtledove (pp. 157-187)
"Told You So"—Esther Friesner (pp. 323-333)

BOLOS: HONOR OF THE REGIMENT #7. Ed. Bill Fawcett. New York: Baen, 1993.
Contents:
"Camelot"—S. N. Lewitt (pp. 37-62) [Marginally Arthurian.]

BRUCE COVILLE BOOK OF MONSTERS. Ed. Bruce Coville. New York: Apple Pub., 1993.
Contents:
"Merlin's Knight School"—Michael Markiewicz (pp. 40-54)

DOING THEOLOGY WITH HUCK & JIM. Mark Shaw. Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity Press, 1993. [Christian morality tale.]
Contents:
"The Gift of Arthur" (pp. 32-37)

L. RON HUBBARD PRESENTS: WRITERS OF THE FUTURE IX. Ed. Algis Budrys. Los Angeles, CA: Bridge Pub., 1993.
Contents:
"Fire"—Elizabeth Wein (pp. 3-33)

MAUREEN BIRNBAUM, BARBARIAN SWORDSPERSON. George Alec Effinger. Austin, Texas: Swan Press, 1993.
Contents:
"Maureen Birnbaum and the Saint Graal" (pp. 82-101) [Author listed as "Elizabeth Speigelman-Fein as told to George Alec Effinger."]

THE AFTERLIFE. John Updike. New York: Knopf, 1994. [Reprinted as a paperback in the same year.]
Contents:
"Tristan and Iseult" (pp. 148-153)

BRUCE COVILLE BOOK OF GHOSTS. Ed. Bruce Coville. New York: Apple Pub., 1994.
Contents:
"The Pooka"—Michael Markiewicz (pp. 48-63)

ONCE UPON A GALAXY. Josepha Sherman. Little Rock: August House, 1994. [Modernized retellings by Josepha Sherman.]
Contents:
"Percival: The Backwoods Knight" (pp. 85-90)
"The Sword In The Stone" (pp. 114-117)
"The Quest For The Grail" (pp. 143-148)

TALES OF THE WHITE WOLF. Ed. Edward Kramer. Atlanta, GA: Borealis/White Wolf, 1994.
Contents:
"Now Cracks a Noble Heart"—David Honigsberg (pp. 91-96)

WITHIN THE HOLLOW HILLS. Ed. John Matthews. Harrison Gardens, Edinburgh: Floris Books, 1994.
Contents:
"The Three Gwenhwyfars"—Caitlin Matthews
"An Adventure of the Grail"—David Spangler

WEIRD TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE. Eds. Katherine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, July 1994.
Contents:
"Ancient Magic, Ancient Hope"—Josepha Sherman (pp. 102-115)

THE BEST OF MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY'S FANTASY MAGAZINE. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: Bradley Aspect Fantasy, November 1994.
Contents:
"The Truth About the Lady of the Lake"—Phyllis Ann Karr (pp. 189-192)

BIBLIOMEN. Gene Wolfe. Cambridge, MA: Broken Mirrors Press, 1995.
Contents:
"Sir Gabriel" (pp. 36-38)

THE BIRDS OF THE MOON: A TRAVELLER'S GUIDE. Michael Moorcock. London: Jayde Design, 1995. [A chapbook. One complete story.]


BRUCE COVILLE BOOK OF NIGHTMARES. Ed. Bruce Coville. New York: Apple Pub., 1995.
Contents:
"Master of the Hunt"—Michael Markiewicz (pp. 104-122)

THE DRAGON PATH: COLLECTED STORIES OF KENNETH MORRIS. Ed. Douglas A. Anderson. New York: Tor, 1995. [All stories by Kenneth Morris.]
Contents:
"The Cauldron of Ceridwen" (pp. 183-190)
"Destroying Delusion" (pp. 273-276)
"The Sapphire Necklace" (pp. 289-295)

THE FAIRY TALES OF LONDON TOWN. Vol. 1. William Mayne. London: Hodder Children's, 1995.
Contents:
"King Arthur at the Tower" (pp. 148-151)

FIRST FICTIONS. London: Faber & Faber, 1995.
Content:
"The Cave of Lovers"—Linda Redshaw (pp. 23-35)

IMMORTAL UNICORN. Eds. Peter S. Beagle and Janet Berlinger. New York: Harper Prism, 1995. [Reprinted in paperback in 1998 and 1999.]
Contents:
"The Tenth Worthy"—Susan Shwartz (pp. 355-377)

SUPERHEROES. Eds. John Varley and Ricia Mainhardt. New York: Ace, 1995.
Contents:
"God Save the King"—P. J. Beese and Todd Cameron Hamilton (pp. 209-217)

WITCH FANTASTIC. Eds. Mike Resnick and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, January 1995.
Contents:
"The Witch's Cat"—Byron Tetrick (pp. 64-75)
"Birds of a Feather"—Charles von Rospach (pp. 113-122)

TALES OF THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Ed. Katherine Kurtz. New York: Aspect Fantasy, June 1995.
Contents:
"Obligations"—Katherine Kurtz (pp. 96-128)
"Stealing God"—Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald (pp. 248-272)

THE BOOK OF KINGS. Eds. Richard Gilliam and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: ROC, July 1995.
Contents:
"The Tale of Lady Ashburn"—John Gregory Betancourt (pp. 99-111)

ANCIENT ENCHANTRESSES. Eds. Kathleen M. Massie-Ferch, Martin H. Greenberg, Richard Gilliam. New York: Daw, August 1995.
Contents:
"The Last Spell"—Andre Norton (pp 27-35)

ADVENTURES IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE. Ed. Carol Serling. New York: Daw, September 1995.
Contents:
"The Knight of Greenwich Village"—Don D'Ammassa (pp. 105-117)

CHICKS IN CHAINMAIL. Ed. Esther Friesner. New York: Bean, September 1995.
Contents:
"The New Britomart"—eluki bes shahar (pp. 153-177) [Author also writes as Rosemary Edghill.]

A PURRFECT ROMANCE. Jennifer Blake, Robin Lee Hatcher, Susan Wiggs. New York: Harper, September 1995.
Contents:
"Belling the Cat"—Susan Wiggs (pp. 175-292)

THE ULTIMATE DRAGON. Eds. Byron Preiss, John Gregory Betancourt, Keith R. A. DeCandido. New York: Dell, October 1995.
Contents:
"Dream Reader"—Jane Yolen (pp. 101-125)
"Mordred and the Dragon"—Phyllis Ann Karr (pp. 207-215)
"When The Summons Came From Camelot"—Cynthia Ward (pp. 233-242)

ENCHANTED FORESTS. Eds. Katherine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, December 1995.
Contents:
"The Triple Death"—Ken St. Andre (pp. 38-48)

HERE THERE BE WITCHES. Jane Yolen. Illustrated David Wilgus. San Diego: Harcourt Brace, 1995.
Contents:
"The Sword and the Stone" (pp. 81-109) [Originally published in Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction]

ANGEL LOVE. Ed. John Scognamiglio. New York: Zebra Books, 1996.
Contents:
"For All Eternity"—Janice Bennett (pp. 7-61)

BRUCE COVILLE BOOK OF MAGIC. Ed. Bruce Coville. New York: Apple Pub., 1996.
Contents:
"Questing Magic"—Mark A. Garland and Lawrence Schimel (pp. 142-160)

BRUCE COVILLE BOOK OF MONSTERS II. Eds. Bruce Coville and Lisa Meltzer. New York: Apple Pub., 1996.
Contents:
"Wizard of Chaos"—Michael Markiewicz (pp. 99-119)

FEMINIST FAIRY TALES. Barbara G. Walker. San Francisco: Harper, 1996. [Tales with the pre-Christian "cauldron" involved; cauldron predates the holy grail, otherwise not Arthurian.]
Contents:
"Sir Vivor and the Holy Cauldron" (pp. 79-90)
"Prince Gimme and the Fairy of the Forest" (pp. 129-140)

RON DELPH AND HIS FIGHT WITH KING ARTHUR. Alan Sillitoe. Clarion Tales. Alton: Clarion Publishing, 1996. [A chapbook. Also available as a paperback.]


TALES FROM MERRIE ENGLAND Vol. I. Stephenie Slahor. New York: Royal Fireworks Press, 1996.
Contents:
"Lost, but Found" (pp. 41-54)

THEM AND OTHER STORIES. Xose Luis Mendez Ferrin. Aberystwyth: Planet, 1996.
Contents:
"Artur's Love" (pp. 146-160)

CASTLE FANTASTIC. Eds. John DeChancie and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, March 1996.
Contents:
"Merdinus"—Mike Resnick and Linda Dunn. (pp. 226-246)
"Knight Squadron"—S. N. Dyer (pp. 247-259)

SISTERS IN FANTASY 2. Eds. Susan Shwartz and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Roc, April 1996.
Contents:
"This Fair Gift"—Pamela Dean (pp. 33-79)

THE TIME OF THE VAMPIRES. Eds. P. N. Elrod and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, May 1996.
Contents:
"The Gift"—Teresa Patterson (pp. 39-55)
"Oaths"—Bradley H. Sinor (pp. 56-73)
"Faith Like Wine"—Roxanne Longstreet (pp. 233-264)

PHANTOMS OF THE NIGHT. Eds. Richard Gilliam and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, June 1996.
Contents:
"The Most Ancient Battle"—Michael Coney (pp. 112-138)

THE SHIMMERING DOOR. Ed. Katherine Kerr. New York: Harper/Prism, August 1996.
Contents:
"The Silicon Sword"—Katherine Lawrence (pp. 241-249)

TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW... Eds. Bonnie L. Heintz, Frank Herbert, Donald A. Joos and Jane Agorn McGee. New York: Holt, Reinhart and Winston, 1997.
Contents:
"After the Myths Went Home"—Robert Silverberg (pp. 263-269). [The names of Taliesin and Gawain appear, otherwise this is not Arthurian.]

MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY PRESENTS: SWORD AND SORCERESS XIV. Eds. Marion Zimmer Bradley and Rachel Holmes. New York: Daw, March 1997.
Contents:
"The Hand of a Lady"—Anne Cutrell (pp. 160-164)
"The Impression of Power"—Lee Martindale (pp. 28-35)

WIZARD FANTASTIC. Ed. Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, November 1997.
Contents:
"Familiar Territory"—Kristine Kathryn Rusch (pp. 256-267)

ZODIAC FANTASTIC. Eds. Martin H. Greenberg and A. R. Morlan. New York: Daw, November 1997.
Contents:
"Lion at the Gate"—Diana L. Paxson (pp. 138-162)

ALL POINTS NORTH. Simon Armitage. London: Viking, 1998.
Contents:
"King Arthur in the East Riding" (pp. 25-37)

ALTERNATE GENERALS. Ed. Harry Turtledove. New York: Baen, 1998.
Contents:
"The Test of Gold"—Lillian Stewart Carl (pp. 1-28)

DREAMING DOWN-UNDER. Eds. Jack Dann and Janeen Webb. Sydney: HarperCollins, 1998. [Reprinted by Tor (2001).]
Contents:
"To Avalon"—Jane Routley (pp. 288-297)

IN OUR DREAMS. Eds. Linda Lael Miller, et al. New York: Zebra, 1998.
Contents:
"Avalon"—Mary Jo Putney (pp. 289-319)

SIRENS, AND OTHER DAEMON LOVERS. Eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. New York: Harper Prism, 1998.
Contents:
"No Human Hands To Touch"—Elizabeth Wein (pp. 77-96)
"O for a Fiery Gloom and Thee"—Brian Stableford (pp. 235-243)

SMOKE AND MIRRORS. Neil Gaiman. New York: Avon, November 1998.
Contents:
"Chivalry" (pp. 33-47)

TEMPTRESSES: THE VIRAGO BOOK OF EVIL WOMEN. Shahrukh Husain. London: Virago Press, 1998.
Contents:
"Morgan Le Fay" (pp. 160-189)

OLYMPUS. Eds. Martin H. Greenberg and Bruce D. Arthurs. New York: Daw, March 1998.
Contents:
"The Sword of Herakles"—Irene Radford (pp. 116-134)

ON CRUSADE: MORE TALES OF THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. Ed. Katherine Kurtz. New York: Warner Books, May 1998.
Contents:
"Blank Check"—Diane Duane (pp. 1-20)
"Selling the Devil"—Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald (pp. 184-209)
"Keepers"—David and Julie Spangler (pp. 211-239)

WARRIOR PRINCESSES. Eds. Elizabeth Ann Scarborough and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, June 1998.
Contents:
"Debriefing the Warrior/Princess"—Elizabeth Ann Scarborough (pp. 338-351)

THE YEAR'S BEST FANTASY & HORROR: ELEVENTH ANNUAL COLLECTION. Eds. Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling. New York: St. Martin's Griffin, July 1998.
Contents:
"Merlin"—Robert Clinton (pp. 436-437)

MOB MAGIC. Eds. Brian M. Thomsen and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, November 1998.
Contents:
"The Faerie Godfather"—J. Robert King (pp. 15-33)

CLONES AND CLONES: FACTS AND FANTASIES ABOUT CLONING. Eds. Martha C. Nussbaum and Cass R. Sunstein. New York: W. W. Norton, 1999.
Contents:
"Flourish Your Heart In This World" - Felicia Ackerman (pp. 310-331) [ Arthurian references.]

HOW PAUL ROBESON SAVED MY LIFE AND OTHER MOSTLY HAPPY STORIES. Carl Reiner. New York: Cliff Street Books, 1999.
Contents:
"Lance and Gwendolyn" (pp. 7-11)

ROYAL WHODUNNITS. Ed. Mike Ashley. London: Robinson Pub. Ltd., 1999.
Contents:
"Provenance"—Liz Holliday (pp. 93-116)

CHICKS 'N CHAINED MALES. Ed. Esther Friesner. New York: Baen, May 1999.
Contents:
"Bad Heir Day"—Rosemary Edghill (pp. 106-116)

LOWER THAN THE ANGELS. Eds. Vonnie Winslow Crist and David W. Kriebel. Baltimore: Lite Circle Books, June 1999.
Contents:
"Reclaiming the Sword"—Eli Senter (pp. 71-74)

CATFANTASTIC V. Eds. Andre Norton and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, August 1999.
Contents:
"Maltese Feline"—Rosemary Edghill (pp. 93-106)

CHARMED. Jayne Ann Krentz [writing as Jayne Castle], Julie Beard, Lori Foster, Eileen Wilks. New York: Berkley Books, October 1999.
Contents:
"Man In The Mirror"—Julie Beard (pp. 85-165)

FLIGHTS OF FANTASY. Ed. Mercedes Lackey. New York: Daw, December 1999.
Contents:
"One Wing Down"—Susan Shwartz (pp. 169-189)

CELTIC LOVE. Caitlin Matthews. San Francisco: Harper, 2000.
Contents:
"When Leaves Be Green" [Drustan and Isolt.]
"What Women Most Desire" [Gawain and Ragnall]

MYSTERY, MAGIC, VOODOO & THE HOLY GRAIL. Eds. Stephanie Smith and Julia Stiles. Pymble: HarperCollinsAustralia / Voyager, 2000.
Contents:
"Poisoned Chalice"—Ian Irvine
"The Death of Pamela"—Kim Wilkins
"Ghostwriting"—Traci Harding [Grail inspired story.]
"Mountain of Myrrh"—Caiseal Mór

NIGHTSCAPES, TALES OF THE OMINOUS AND MAGICAL. Darrell Schweitzer. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Wildside Press, 2000.
Contents:
"Bitter Chivalry" (pp. 52-68) [Also in REALMS OF FANTASY (February 1999).]
"Running to Camelot" (pp. 163-175) [Also in MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY'S FANTASY MAGAZINE (1998, 40).]
"Told by Moonlight" (pp. 176-181) [Also in THE CAMELOT CHRONICLES edited by Mike Ashley.]
"The Epilogue of the Sword" (pp. 182-191) [Also in EXCALIBUR, SWORD OF MAGIC, SWORD OF MYTH.]

OFFERINGS FOR THE GREEN MAN. Ed. Kathleen Cunningham Guler. Steamboat Springs, CO: Bardsong Press, 2000.
Contents:
"Igraine"—Debra Kemp (pp. 45-48)

THE STRENGTH OF THE MOUNTAIN. Tom Cargill. Bloomington, IN: Xlibris, 2000.
Contents:
"The Witness"—Tom Cargill (pp. 57-73)

KNIGHTS OF MADNESS. Ed. Peter Haining. New York: Ace Fantasy, May 2000.
Contents:
"Dream Damsel"—Evan Hunter (pp. 169-181)

WARRIOR FANTASTIC. Eds. Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers. New York: Daw, December 2000.
Contents:
"A Two-Edged Blade"—Diana L. Paxson (pp. 46-66). [Pre-Arthurian; about Hengest.]
"Final Score"—Bradley H. Sinor (pp. 227-251)

CREATURE FANTASTIC. Ed. Denise Little. New York: Daw, 2001.
Contents:
"In Quest of the Beast"—Jean Rabe (pp. 198-218)

ENCHANTED REALMS. Ed. James Richey. Bloomington, IN: Xlibris, 2001.
Contents:
"The Curse of Gervase"—Nicole R. Murphy (pp. 110-137)

THE GREAT WORLD AND THE SMALL. Darrell Schweitzer. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Cosmos Books/Wildside Press, 2001.
Contents:
"The Dragon of Camlann" (pp. 9-21)
"The Unwanted Grail" (pp. 54-61)
"The Invisible Knight's Squire" (pp. 144-164)

THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF AWESOME COMIC FANTASY. Ed. Mike Ashley. New York: Carroll and Graf, 2001.
Contents:
"The Caliber of the Sword"—Larry Lawrence (pp. 344-352)

THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF MORE HISTORICAL WHODUNNITS. Ed. Mike Ashley. New York: Carroll and Graf, 2001.
Contents:
"The Last Legion"—Richard Butler (pp. 68-96)
"The Isle of Saints"—Kate Ellis (pp. 179-203) [Merlin's books figure in the plot.]

HISTORICAL HAUNTINGS. Eds. Jean Rabe and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, March 2001.
Contents:
"Ravenmere"—Andre Norton (pp. 44-59)
"Pretender of the Faith"—James Lowder (pp. 268-288)

MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY PRESENTS: SWORD AND SORCERESS XVIII. Ed. Marion Zimmer Bradley. New York: Daw, May 2001.
Contents:
"The Fall of the Kingdom"—Mary Soon Lee (pp. 192-196)

YEAR'S BEST FANTASY. Eds. David G. Hartwell and Kathryn Cramer. New York: EOS, July 2001.
Contents:
"The Fey"—Renee Bennett (pp. 270-277)
"And Still She Sleeps"—Greg Costikyan (pp. 369-396)

RIDE THE WILD WIND. Jackie French. Sydney: HarperCollins, 2002.
Contents:
"Sir Grey Nose" (pp. 89-112)

A SINGING IN THE WILDERNESS. Peter Valentine Timlett. UK: Imagination Forum, 2002.
Contents:
"Maidens of the Grael" (pp. 265-288)
"The Hedge of Mist" (pp. 289-318)
"Ughella of Cafanmor" (pp. 319-353)
"The Rite of Challenge" (pp. 355-388)
"The Temptation of Launcelot" (pp. 389-403)
"Launcelot's Grail" (pp. 405-419)

TO STAND AS WITNESS: THREE ARTHURIAN TALES. Lee Martindale. Alma, AR: Yard Dog Press, 2002. [Chapbook.]
Contents:
"Metal and a Man of Good Heart" (pp. 3-12)
"The Impression of Power" (pp. 13-18)
"To Stand A Witness At the End" (pp. 19-27)

KNIGHT FANTASTIC. Eds. Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers. New York: Daw, April 2002.
Contents:
"Nights of the Round Table"—Tanya Huff (pp. 73-87)
"Buried Treasures"—Jean Rabe (pp. 88-105) [Only a mention of the Holy Grail.]
"And The Wind Sang"—Bradley H. Sinor (pp. 140-160)
"Killer In The Reign"—Rosemary Edghill and India Edghill (pp. 161-184)
"In Days Of Old"—Esther Friesner (pp. 185-206)

WITH LOVE. Jennifer Blake, Kristin Hannah, and Linda Lael Miller. New York: Berkeley, 2002.
Contents:
"A Midsummer Day's Dream" —Linda Lael Miller (pp. 209-298)

FANTASIES MADE FLESH. Ed. Michael Huxley. Sarasota, FL: STARbooks, 2002.
Contents:
"Merlin's Magnificent Creation"—J. P. Williams (pp. 83-90)

THE BOOK OF ANGEL AND GHOST MYSTERIES. Ed. Anne Phillips. Ormond Beach, FL: Southern Star, 2003.
Contents:
"Merlin's Secret"—Marti Phillips (pp. 130-188)

A HANDFUL OF COPPERS. Charles de Lint. Burtin, MI: Subterranean Press, 2003. [This book contains four of de Lint's Colum mac Donal stories, originally published in SPACE AND TIME.]
Contents:
"Night of the Valkings" (pp. 119-137) [SPACE AND TIME, 49 (1978)]
"The Ring of Brodgar" (pp. 139-159) [SPACE AND TIME, 58 (1980)]
"The Iron Stone" (pp. 161-183) [SPACE AND TIME, 61 (1982)]
"The Fair in Emain Macha" (pp. 185-240) [SPACE AND TIME, 68 (1985)]

THE KING IN THE TREE: THREE NOVELLAS. Steven Millhauser. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003.
Contents:
"The King in the Tree" (pp. 139-242)

ON BECOMING A FAIRY GODMOTHER. Sara Maitland. London: Maia, 2003.
Contents:
"Foreplay" (pp. 71-90)

BY FATE'S HAND. Eds. Marilynn Byerly, Bonnie Hamre, and Candice Kohl. Canon City, CO: Imajinn Books, 2004.
Contents:
"Between Heaven and Hell"—Kathy Greyle (pp. 8-52) [This story has also been listed as "Galiene's Needle" in some synopses of the book.]

FLIGHTS: EXTREME VISIONS OF FANTASY. Ed. Al Sarrantonio. New York: Roc, June 2004. [Reprinted in two volumes (2006).]
Contents:
"Out of the Woods"—Patricia McKillip (pp. 331-344) [In the two volume reprint (2006), this story can be found in volume II.]

GRAIL. Ed. D. J. Tyrer. Essex, UK: Atlantean Publishing, 2004. [All grail related stories and poems.]
Contents:
"Island of the Dawn"—Pamela Harvey (pp. 6-10)
"The King Fisher"—Aeronwy Dafies (pp. 15-16)
"Ye Tale of Ye Grale"—D. J. Tyrer (pp. 23-25)

HOT BLOODED. Christine Feehan, Maggie Shayne, Emma Holly, and Angela Knight. New York: Jove Books, 2004.
Contents:
"Seductions Gift"—Angela Knight (pp. 275-392)

IRRESISTIBLE FORCES. Ed. Catherine Asaro. New York: New American Library, 2004.
Contents:
"Shadows in the Wood"—Jennifer Roberson (pp. 344-379)

THE MAGIC SHOP. Ed. Denise Little. New York: Daw, 2004.
Contents:
"Grails"—Bradley H. Sinor (pp. 137-157) [Arthurian only in the use of the grail quest motif.]

ROTTEN RELATIONS. Ed. Denise Little. New York: Daw, 2004.
Contents:
"Cuckoo's Egg"—Jody Lynn Nye (pp. 199-219)

THE SPRING OF NINE HAZELS. Ed. Kathleen Cunningham Guler. Steamboat Springs, CO: Bardsong Press, 2004.
Contents:
"The Awakening"—Debra Kemp (pp. 14-31)

ACROSS THE WALL. Garth Nix. New York: HarperCollins, 2005.
Contents:
"Under the Lake" (pp. 95-105) [Also in THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION.]
"Heart's Desire" (pp. 223-235) [Also in THE ROAD TO CAMELOT, and THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION.]

BITE. Laurell K. Hamilton, Charlaine Harris, MaryJanice Davidson, Angela Knight, and Vickie Taylor. New York: Jove, 2005.
Contents:
"Galahad"—Angela Knight (pp. 133-218)

THE ENCHANTER COMPLETED. Ed. Harry Turtledove. New York: Baen, 2005.
Contents:
"Father Figure"—Susan Shwartz (pp. 133-165)

LEGENDS OF KING ARTHUR THROUGH THE AGES. Colin Bradshaw-Jones. Maesteg, UK: World Folk Tales, 2005.
Contents:
"A Time Before Tales" (pp. 11-12) [Introduction / short story.]

THE OCCULT DETECTIVE. Robert Weinberg. Chicago: Twilight Tales, 2005.
Contents:
"Seven Drops of Blood" (pp. 33-51)
"The Children of May" (pp. 124-141)

RENAISSANCE FAIRE. Eds. Andre Norton and Jean Rabe. New York: Daw, 2005.
Contents:
"A Time for Steel"—Robert E. Vardeman (pp. 73-91)

TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD. Nick Pollotta. Rockville, MD: Wildside Press, 2005.
Contents:
"A Distant Moon" (pp. 117-20)

TIME AFTER TIME. Ed. Denise Little. New York: Daw, 2005.
Contents:
"After Camlann"—Liz Holliday (pp. 5-15)

URBANE AND OTHER HORROR TALES. Ed. Frazer Lee. London: Robber Baron Productions, 2005.
Contents:
"Pendragon Rising" (pp. 17-28)

GRAIL 2. Ed. D. J. Tyrer. Essex, UK: Atlantean Publishing, 2006. [All grail related stories and poems.]
Contents:
"La Damosel de la Graal"—Aeronwy Dafies (p. 2)
"Keep the Faith"—Joe Miller (pp. 2-6)
"The Passenger"—J. C. Hartley (pp. 7-9)
"Another Dawn"—Pamela Harvey (pp. 28-30)
"The Light Darkness"—D. S. Davidson (pp. 31-41)

GRAIL 3. Ed. D. J. Tyrer. Essex, UK: Atlantean Publishing, 2006. [All grail related stories and poems mostly with no other Arthurian content but the search for some type of grail.]
Contents:
"In Those Days"—Joe Miller (pp. 38-42)

HAGS, SIRENS, & OTHER BAD GIRLS OF FANTASY. Ed. Denise Little. New York: Daw, July 2006.
Contents:
"Sisters of the Blade"—Loren L. Coleman (pp. 108-24)

SLIPSTREAMS. Eds. Martin H. Greenberg and John Helfers. New York: Daw, May 2006.
Contents:
"The Curse of the Pendragon"—Irene Radford (pp. 230-46)

FANTASY. Eds. Sean Wallace and Paul G. Tremblay. Holicong, PA: Prime Books, 2007.
Contents:
"Shallot"—Samantha Henderson (pp. 51-60)

FATE FANTASTIC. Eds. Martin H. Greenberg and Daniel Hoyt. New York: Daw, 2007.
Contents:
"Camelot's Greatest Hits"—Laura Resnick (pp. 263-281)

HEROES IN TRAINING. Eds. Martin H. Greenberg and Jim C. Hines. New York: Daw, September 2007.
Contents:
"King Harrowhelm"—Ed Greenwood (pp. 191-206)
"The Wizard's Legacy"—Michael A. Burstein (pp. 229-252) [Minor Arthurian connection.]

OVER THE MOON. Eds. Angela Knight, MaryJanice Davidson, Virginia Kantra and Sunny. New York: Berkley Sensation, 2007.
Contents:
"Moon Dance"—Angela Knight (pp. 1-94) [Arthurian in background only.]

WIZARDS: MAGICAL TALES FROM THE MASTERS OF MODERN FANTASY. Eds. Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois. New York: Berkley Books, May, 2007.
Contents:
"The Magic Animal"—Gene Wolfe (pp. 299-325)

THE DIMENSION NEXT DOOR. Eds. Martin H. Greenberg and Kerrie Hughes. New York: Daw Books, 2008.
Contents:
"The Avalon Psalter"—Lillian Stewart Carl (pp. 146-165) [Also available on Fictionwise.com]

DOCTOR WHO SHORT TRIPS: THE QUALITY OF LEADERSHIP. Ed. Keith R. A. DeCandido. Maidenhead, UK: Big Finish Productions Ltd., 2008.
Contents:
"One Fateful Knight"—Peter David (pp. 19-40)

ENCHANTMENT PLACE. Ed. Denise Little. New York: Daw, 2008.
Contents:
"Steel Crazy"—Laura Hayden (pp. 224-243)

IMAGINARY FRIENDS. Eds. John Marco and Martin H. Greenberg. New York: Daw, September 2008.
Contents:
"Stands a God Within the Shadows"—Anne Bishop (pp. 16-43)

ORSON SCOTT CARD'S INTERGALACTIC MEDICINE SHOW. Eds. Edmund Schubert and Orson Scott Card. New York: Tor, 2008.
Contents:
"The Mooncalf"—David Farland (pp. 135-160).

SIRENS. Philip Emery. Privately printed by author.
[This story can be obtained by emailing the author at adc00@keele.ac.uk or p.emery@cpe.keele.ac.uk.]


THE STORYTELLER AND OTHER TALES. K. V. Johansen. New Brunswick, Canada: Sybertooth, 2008.
Contents:
"The Inexorable Tide" (pp. 75-94).

SWORDPLAY. Ed. Denise Little. New York: Daw, 2009.
Contents:
"The Spear of Destiny"—Laura Resnick (pp. 179-199) [The "Spear" is the only Arthurian reference.]
"Stop Me If You've Heard this One"—Loren L. Coleman (pp. 200-217)
"The Warrior Women of Apartment 3C"—Annie Reed (pp. 258-278) [Minor Arthurian reference.]
"Cold Winter's Knight"—J. Steven York (pp. 279-295) [Minor Arthurian reference.]
"In the Fold"—Jean Rabe (pp. 296-311)

THE TROUBLE WITH HEROES. Ed. Denise Little. New York: Daw, November 2009.
Contents:
"The Quin Quart"—Laura Resnick (pp. 167-84)

MYSTIC SIGNALS 2. Ed. Carol Hightshoe. Security, CO: WolfSinger Publications, 2009.
Contents:
"The Eye of Baylor"—Charles Kyffhausen (pp. 59-75)

INTERFICTIONS 2. Eds. Delia Sherman and Christopher Barzak. Boston: Interstitial Arts Foundation, 2009.
Contents:
"L'Ile Close"—Lionel Davoust (pp. 242-258)

MAGIC'S EMBRACE. Bronwyn Green. Akron, OH: Ellora's Cave, 2009.
Contents:
"Ronan's Grail" (pp. 97-191)


SECTION C: Periodicals Containing Arthurian Short Stories

These are stories in periodicals which have not found their way into any anthologies, so one must go looking in strange places. However, some of these are really worth the effort. These entries are arranged alphabetically by journal name.

ADVENTURE MAGAZINE.
Contents:
December 31, 1926, 61:1. "The Last Legion and Gray Maiden, The Sword"—Arthur Howden Smith (pp. 170-190) [This story has been reprinted (using Grey for Gray) in Grey Maiden:  The Story of a Sword through the Ages. NY: Longmans, Green and Co., 1929.]

ALBEDO ONE.
Contents:
Winter 1993, 3. "The Quest For The Perfect Knight"—Robert Neilson (pp. 35-44)

THE ALDINE: THE ART JOURNAL OF AMERICA.
Contents:
September 1875. "The Lily Maid of Coventry"—Einna Stjierne Jarlsen (pp. 408-09)

AMAZING STORIES.
Contents:
April 1941, 15:4. "King Arthur's Knight in a Yankee Court"—A. W. Bernall (pp. 48-69)
July, August and September 1962, 36:7-9. "A Trace of Memory"—Keith Laumer [Reprinted as a paperback]
December 1964, 38:12. "The Quest of the Holy Grille"—Robert F. Young (pp. 72-103)
January and February 1965, 39:1-2.. "He Who Shapes"—Roger Zelazny (January, pp. 72-112; February, pp. 50-90)
March 1988, 62:6. "An Entry That Did Not Appear In Doomsday Book"—John Brunner (pp. 12-25)
September 1991, 66:5. "The Storming Bone"—Ian McDowell (pp. 15-24)
February 1992, 66:10. "The Final Page"—Phillip C. Jennings (pp. 84-92)
February 1993, 67:11. "In the Kingdom of Teeth"—Ian McDowell (pp. 77-93)

AMBIT 126.
Contents:
1991, 126. "Quest"—Jonathan Treitel (pp. 25-28)

THE AMERICAN WEEKLY.
Contents:
February 4, 11, 18, 25; March 3, 10, 17, 1940. "Seven Tales from King Arthur's Court"—John Erskine. Illustrator: Edmund Dulac
   "The Tale of Arthur's Sword 'Excalibur'"
   "The Tale of Sir Tristram and the Love Potion"
   "The Tale of the Enchantress and the Magic Scabbard"
   "The Tale of Sir Galahad and his Quest for the Sangreal"
   "The Tale of Sir Launcelot and the Four Queens"
   "The Tale of Merlin and One of the Ladies of the Lake"
   "The Tale of How Sir Launcelot Slew Sir Agravaine"
February 20; March 19, 1944. "Speaking of Heroes"—John Erskine. Illustrator: Willy Pogany
   "Amadis of Gaul"
October 19, 26; November 9; December 7, 1947. "Geraint and Enid"—John Erskine. Illustrator: Willy Pogany
   "Enid's Impatient Champion"
   "Enid's Suspicious Husband"
   "The Treachery of Limours"
   "Faithful Enid's Reward"

ANALOG.
Contents:
July 1963. "A Knyght Ther Was"—Robert F. Young (pp. 46-68)

ARES.
Contents:
November 1981, 11. "Chichevache"—Ian McDowell (pp. 10-13, 22)
Summer 1983, Special Edition 1. "The Oaken Sword"—Ian McDowell (pp. 17-23)

ARTHURIAN INTERPRETATIONS.
Contents:
Fall 1989, 4:1. "Arthur"—James Muench (pp. 86-102)

ASIMOV'S SF ADVENTURE MAGAZINE.
Contents:
Summer 1979, 3. "The Last Defender of Camelot"—Roger Zelazny (pp. 10-22)

AWEN.
Contents:
August 2008, 53. "The Vicar's Wife"—Angela Morkos (pagination unknown)
December 2008, 55. "The Vision of Morgan Le Fay"—A. C. Evans (pagination unknown)
April 2009, 57. "Sir Blodry Rides Out"—D. J. Tyrer (pagination unknown)

THE BAKER STREET JOURNAL.
Contents:
1964, 14: 3. "Morte de Sherlock"—Stephen Kallis (pp. 166-171) [New Series; reprinted in SHERLOCK HOLMES BY GAS–LAMP, ed. Philip A. Shreffler (Bronx, NY: Fordham University Press, 1989).]

BARDIC RUNES.
Contents:
1996, 14. "A Gift For King Arthur"—Cherith Baldry (pp. 34-39)
1996, 15. "Castle Kite"—Beecher Smith (pp. 35-40)
1997, 16. "The Body of the High King"—Jeff Carter (pp. 28-36)

BEYOND: SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY.
Contents:
January 1986, 3. "The Merlin's Gift"—Nancy Varian Berberick (pp. 22-25) [Available on-line at http://www.alexlit.com.]

BLACK GATE.
Contents:
Winter 2002, 1:3. "The Knight of the Lake"—Elaine Cunningham (pp. 20-33)

BLUE BOOK MAGAZINE.
Contents:
October 1947. "Young Wings Unfurling"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 114-30)
December 1947. "Strike Hard, Bite Deep"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 28-50)
April 1948. "A Quest Must End"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 104-124)
August 1948. "Castle Cavanaugh"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 112-133)
September 1949. "Revolt in the Forest"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 118-143)
February 1950. "A Quarrel for a Lady"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 14-21)
March 1950. "Up Red Dragon"—Paul Johnstone (pp. 104-117)
July 1950. "A Purfle for a King"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 2-9)
November 1950. "The Quest for the Saracen Beast"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 42-50)
December 1950. "The Madness of Sir Tristram"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 2-12)
April 1951. "Sir Dinadan & the Giant Taulurd"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 94-104)
August 1951. "The Goose Girl"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 32-40)
October 1951. "For to Achieve Your Adventure"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 2-11)
December 1951. "A Mountain Miracle"—Theodore Goodridge Roberts (pp. 42-51)

BOMB.
Contents:
Spring 1989. "Excalibur"—Dennis Potter (pp. 54-55)

BRUSHFIRE.
[Published in Reno, University of Nevada Press.] Contents:
1979, 28:3. "Perceval and the Holy Grail"—Michael Nelson (pp. 2-3)

CHATELAINE.
Contents:

October 1934. "The Lady of Lyonesse" —Franklin Davey McDowell. Illustrator: Jack Keay (pp. 5-7)

COLLIER'S.
Contents:
April 18 and 25, 1908. "Val le Morte"—Justus Miles Forman. Illustrator: Walter Appleton Clark (April 18: pp. 16-17, 28 and 30; April 25: pp. 21-22 and 34)
February 1, 1930. "Druid's Eyes" —Fred MacIsaac (pp. 20-21, 40, 42)
August 26, 1933. "King Arthur"—Teresa Hyde Phillips (pp. 7-9, 37-38)
May 9, 1942. "A Candle at Night"—Mary Ellen Chase (pp. 17, 74-77)

COMMENTARY.
Contents:
February 1991. "Break, Break, Break"—Felicia Ackerman (pp. 40-44) [Arthurian references.]

CORNHILL MAGAZINE.
Contents:
January 1932, 145. "Merlin's Oak"—C. E. Lawrence (pp. 56-68)

CRANK SCIENCE FICTION / FANTASY.
Contents:
Summer 1995, 5. "Hamish in Avalon"—Eliot Fintushel (pp. 56-66)

DAILY ILLINI. [Literary supplement of the University of Illinois at Urbana newspaper.]
Contents:
November 25, 1928. "Years After Galahad's Quest"—Jon Guenther (pp. 1, 4)

DARK REGIONS.
Contents:
Winter / Spring 2000, 14. "Garth and the Saxons"—H. Dusendschon (pp. 83-91)

DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY.
Contents:
September 1937, 113. "Me, Sir Galahad" —K. Krause (pp. 109-135)

THE DIAL.
Contents:
January 1860, 1:1. "Excalibur"— Anonymous (Moncure Daniel Conway) (pp. 38-48)

DIME WESTERN MAGAZINE.
Contents:
March 1950. "Gold Bars—Iron Guts!"—Walt Sheldon (pp. 83-94) [Minimal Arthurian association.]

DRAGON MAGAZINE.
Contents:
September 1987, 125. "The Passing of Kings"—Lois Tilton (pp. 56-63) [Cameo appearance by Arthur.]
December 1996, 236. "Legendary Heroes"—Ben Bova (pp. 62-67) [Part of the Orion series.]
June 1998, 248. "The Quest for Steel"—Ben Bova (pp. 62-69)
December 1998, 254. "Arthur's Final Morn"—J. Robert King (pp. 78-83)
March 1999, 257. "Charger"—Ben Bova (pp. 64-74)
September 1999, 263. "Dux Bellorum"—Ben Bova (pp. 64-74)
August 2000, 274. "Power and Glory"—Ben Bova (pp. 86-96)
July 2001, 285. "Enchantment"—Ben Bova (pp. 52-63)
September 2003, 311. "Guinevere's Fate"—Ben Bova (pp. 72-84)

DREAM.
Contents:
1988, 15. "Voices of Other Times"—Peter T. Garratt (pp. 4-18)

ELLERY QUEEN MYSTERY MAGAZINE.
Contents:
December 1952. "Morte D'Alain"—Maxey Brooke (pp. 74-80)
June 1955. "Morte D'Espier"—Maxey Brooke (pp. 76-80)
February 1994. "In the Bluebell Wood"—Julian Symons (pp. 4-18)
November 2002. "The Rightful King of England"—Amy Myers (pp. 96-107)

FANTASTIC ADVENTURES.
Contents:
June 1940. "Trouble in Avalon"—Russell Storm (pp. 30-40)
August 1951. "Excalibur & the Atom"—Theodore Sturgeon (pp. 8-51) [Also printed in SCIENCE FANTASY YEARBOOK 1970.]

FANTASTIC SCIENCE FICTION STORIES.
Contents:
March 1960. "Merlin"—J. T. McIntosh (pp. 6-49)

FANTASTIC STORIES.
Contents:
April 1965. "The Purpose of Merlin"—Colin R. Fry (pp. 19-31)
July, August 1970. "Always the Black Knight"—Lee Hoffman [Reprinted as a paperback (Avon, 1970).]
September 1977. "The Lady of Finnigan's Hearth"—Parke Godwin (pp. 50-71, 122-124, 131)
July 1978. "The Last Rainbow"—Parke Godwin (pp. 20-43)

FANTASTIC UNIVERSE.
Contents:
October 1957. "Lancelot Returned"—Irving Cox (pp. 58-68)

FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION.
Contents:
March/April 2012. "The Queen and the Cambion"—Richard Bowes (pp. 147-166)

FANTASY BOOK.
Contents:
May 1983. "The Saxon's Lich"—Ian McDowell (pp. 3-10)
June 1985. "The Death of Nimue"—Esther Friesner (pp. 59-60)
December 1985. "The Sad Wizard"—John T. Aquino (pp. 34-39)

FANTASY MACABRE.
Contents:
1996, 17. "The Begetting of my Half-Brother"—Phyllis Ann Karr (pp. 53-63)

THE FLAMINGO:  A LITERARY MAGAZINE OF THE YOUNGEST GENERATION
Contents:
1948, 24.  "Elaine, Maid of Astolat"—Jim Anderson (pp. 20-24)

GLYPH: THE JOURNAL OF FANTASY AND LEGEND.
Contents:
Spring 2002, 8. "The Scent of Apples"—Morgan Stuart (pp. 47-53)
Now online at: http://home.mindspring.com/~morganstuart/id22.html

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING.
Contents:
December 2001. "Finding My Faith"—Joanna Trollope (pp. 221-224)

HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
Contents:
June 1906, 113. "Blanchemains"—Justus Miles Forman (pp. 17-25) [Many Arthurian references but not directly Arthurian.]
 
HARPER'S NEW MONTLY MAGAZINE.
Contents:
May, 1886.  "King Arthur:  Not a Love Story" Part 2—by the author of "John Halifax, Gentleman" (pp. 904-931)

HOLIDAY.
Contents:
March 1962. "Excalibur and Rose—A Fable"—Jules Feiffer (pp. 70-75) [Minimal Arthurian association.]

IF SCIENCE FICTION.
Contents:
July 1961. "Stainless Steel Knight"—John Rackham (pp. 39-66)

INTERZONE.
Contents:
Winter 1985 / 1986, 14. "King of the Hill"—Paul J. McAuley (pp. 30-38)
March 1991, 45. "The Bone Forest"—Robert Holdstock (pp. 6-33)
November 1995, 101. "Like a Rolling Stone"—Peter T. Garratt (pp. 24-31)
May 2001, 167. "A Connecticut Welshman at Artogov's Court"—Peter T. Garratt (pp. 14-26)

ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE.
Contents:
July 1979. "On The Shadow of a Phosphor Screen"—William F. Wu (pp. 148-184)
December 1983. "Son of Morning"—Ian McDowell (pp. 112-133)
March 1986. "Into Gold"—Tanith Lee (pp. 22-46)
March 1988. "The Quiet Monk"—Jane Yolen (pp. 60-71)
December 1988. "Wake-Up Call"—Esther Friesner (pp. 108-113)
January 1989. "Silver Lady and the Fortyish Man"—Megan Lindholm (pp. 90-102)
June 1989. "The Dragon Line"—Michael Swanwick (pp. 108-123)
April 1990. "Up the Wall"—Esther Friesner (pp. 20-47)
January 1993. "Three Queens"—Esther Friesner (pp. 68-88)
December 1994. "Dr. Couney's Island"—Steven Popkes (pp. 56-73)
May 1996. "The Dog's Story"—Eleanor Arnason (pp. 60-91)
August 1998. "Totally Camelot"—Esther Friesner (pp. 50-54)
May 2000. "Merlin's Gun" —Alastair Reynolds (pp. 68-101) [marginal]
April 2002. "When Night is Cold (And the Land is Dark)"—Peter T. Garratt (pp. 44-60)

JUDGE.
Contents:
August 9, 1919. "King Arthur's Days"—Walt Mason (p. 15)

KNIGHT: THE MAGAZINE FOR THE ADULT MALE.
Contents:
January 1970. "Camelot"—George Stephens Clark (pp. 18-23)

LEGEND: WORLDS OF POSSIBILITY. [Published in Hampshire, UK.]
Contents:
Autumn 2000, 1:
   "Come the Hour"—David Gullen (pp. 4-9)
   "Glastonbury"—Trevor Denyer (pp. 48-50)
   "The Castle"—Nicola Caines (pp. 15-19)

2001, 3:
   "The Embers of Avalon"—Michael Lohr (pp. 24-29)

Autumn and Winter 2001, 4:
   "Arthur and the Snowgoose"—Pamela Constantine (pp. 31-32)

Spring and Summer 2003, 7:
   "The Heart of a King"—C. J. Carter-Stephenson (pp. 25-29)
   "Arthur's Tavern"—Justin Thorne (pp. 36-38) [Reprinted in IN THE SHADOWS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF THE CURIOUS}
   "The Arthur Lewis Special"—Chris Naylor (46-51) [Marginally Arthurian.]

LOST WORLDS: THE WRITERS AND ARTISTS OF SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY FORUM
Contents:
October 2001, 10:4. "The Test"—Debra Kemp (pp. 4-6)

MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION.
Contents:
December 1976. "Ghost of a Crown"—Sterling E. Lanier (pp. 5-45)
September 1981. "Mythago Woods"—Robert Holdstock (pp. 6-39)
September 1985. "The Dragon Boy"—Jane Yolen (pp. 91-106)
December 1985. "The Sword and the Stone"—Jane Yolen (pp. 82-104)
October / November 1994. "A Beltaine and Suspenders"—Esther Friesner (pp. 84-128)
December 1996. "The Harrowing"—Carrie Richerson (pp. 49-54)
January 1997. "The King of Seventh Avenue" —Carroll Brown (pp. 24-43)
April 1999. "And All Our Banners Flying"—M. Shayne Bell (pp. 94-107)
June 2000. "Le Morte D'Volkswagyn"—Tim McDaniel (pp. 68-70)
February 2001. "Under the Lake"—Garth Nix (pp. 75-80)
December 2002. "Under Hill"—Gene Wolfe (pp. 94-107)
July 2003. "Wild Thing"—Charles Coleman Finlay (pp. 6-24)
January 2004. "Heart's Desire"—Garth Nix (pp. 128-135)
February 2006. "Parsifal (Prix Fixe)"—James L. Cambias (pp. 128-35)
January 2008. "The Twilight Year"—Sean McMullen (pp. 4-29)
July/August 2011.  "Sir Morgravain Speaks of Night Dragons and Other Things"—Richard Bowes (pp. 186-194)

MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY'S FANTASY MAGAZINE.
Contents:
Summer 1990, 9. "The Truth About the Lady of the Lake"—Phyllis Ann Karr (p. 47)
Fall 1991, 14. "Heartleaf"—Susan Hanniford Crowley (p. 31)
Spring / Summer 1992, 16. "Never Look At a Gift Sword In the Horse's Mouth"—Jennifer Roberson (pp. 4-11)
Spring 1997, 35. "Maiden Phoenix"—India Edghill (pp. 6-12) [Very marginal Arthurian association.]
Spring 1998, 39. "Forever and Aye"—E. A. Minogue (pp. 55-61)
Summer 1998, 40. "Running To Camelot"—Darrell Schweitzer (pp. 46-51)
Summer 2000, 48. "The Invisible Knight's Squire"—Darrell Schweitzer (pp. 4-10)
Summer 2000, 48. "The Fey"—Renee Bennett (pp. 28-30)

MCCALL'S.
Contents:
December 1931. "King Arthur Did It"—Vivien Bretherton (pp. 15, 72, 75, 76)
May 1980. "What Do Women Want?"—Winifred Rosen (pp. 110, 170-174)

MERLYN'S PEN: FICTION, ESSAYS AND POEMS BY AMERICA'S TEENS.
Contents:
February – March 1994, 9:3. "The Questing Beast"—Matthew Roessing (pp. 5-7)

MONOMYTH
Contents:
October 2006, 6:4. "Out of the Dark"—Pamela Harvey (pagination unknown)

MYSTIQUE: TALES OF WONDER
Contents:
1992, 4. "Jack the Ripper and the Holy Graal"—Peter Relton (pp. 4-12)

THE MYTHIC CIRCLE
Contents:
Fall 1990, 10. "Giants of Avalon"—Mel Hunnicutt (pp. 17-18)
Spring 1997, 20. "Wizard's War"—Tony Cobb (p. 33)
Spring 2001, 24. "Cumal"—Debra Kemp (pp. 24-27)

NEALE'S MONTHLY II.
Contents:
August 1913. "The Awakening of Iseult"—Edith Tatum (pp. 177-185)

ODYSSEY: A MAGAZINE OF SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY.
Contents:
1998, 7. "The Ethiopian Knight"—Elizabeth Wein (pp. 42-46)

OFFWORLD. [Edited by Neil Feigeles.]
Contents:
Winter 1993/94, 2. "The Infernal Machine"—Andrew Dequasie (pp. 34-41)

ONCE A WEEK.
Contents:
September 14, 1861. "Cader Idris—the Chair of Idris"—John Harwood (pp. 322-27)
January 2, 1864. "Jack the Giant Killer, Married and Settled"—J. F. Brickdale (pp. 38-41)

PARABOLA: MYTH AND THE QUEST FOR MEANING.
Contents:
February 1987, 12:1. "Le Chevalier Perdu"—P. L. Travers (pp. 14-17)

PARADOX: THE MAGAZINE OF HISTORICAL AND SPECULATIVE FICTION.
Contents:
Spring 2003, 1. "Grail Knight"—Wendy A. Shaffer (pp. 36-43)
Summer 2003, 2. "The Coming of Merlin"—Douglas W. Clark (pp. 24-35)
Summer 2005, 7. "The Avowing of Sir Kay"—Cherith Baldry (pp. 8-13)

PENDRAGON: JOURNAL OF THE PENDRAGON SOCIETY.
Contents:
Winter 1989, 20:1. "The Trial of Medrawd: Case Papers"—Fred Stedman-Jones (pp. 16-19)
Winter 1994, 24:4. "The Quest of Castle Peradventuire"—William Moy Russell (pp. 24-25) and "Tavas Yn Gruth"—Eddie Tooke (pp. __-__)
April 1995, 25:1. "Pulp Fiction"—Keith Pickett (pp. 22-23)
Summer 1995, 25:2. "On the Point of the Fulcrum"—Carroll Bostock (p. 43)
Summer 1998, 27:2. "Echo Of Time"—Pamela Harvey (pp. 21-22)
Winter 1999 / 2000, 28:2. "Chariot of the Stars"—Geoff Roberts (pp. 11-14) and "Walking With Merlin"—Patricia Harvey (pp. 29-30)
Summer 2000, 28:4. "The Questing Beast"—Sophie Masson (pp. 15-19)
Spring / Summer 2002, 30: 1-2. "The Sword and the Scabbard"—Michael O'Connor (pp. 13-16); "The Sword of Truth"—Pamela Harvey (pp. 17-20) and "The Bishop's Groom's Tale"—Chris Lovegrove (pp. 21-25)
Spring 2004, 31:3. "A Gift in Passing"—Pamela Constantine (pp. 22-25)
Spring 2006, 33:3. "Arthur and the Snowgoose"—Pamela Constantine (pp. 46-47) [Reprint. See LEGEND: WORLDS OF POSSIBILITY, 4 (2001), for original publication information.]
Summer 2006, 33:4. "Ridgeway"—Pamela Harvey (pp. 46-47)
Spring 2008, 35:3. "The Cave of Coventina"—Pamela Harvey (pp. 26-30); "What You Seek"—Chris Lovegrove (pp. 33-35) and "Perhaps the Answer Is Also the Question"—Steve Sneyd (pp. 36-42)
Winter / Spring 2008-2009, 36:2. "The Company of Avalon"—Pamela Constantine (pp. 11-13)

PENGUIN PARADE.
Contents:
1945, 11. "Gwydion Mathrafal"—Gwyn Jones (pp. 7-17)

THE POETIC KNIGHT.
Contents:
Spring 1992, 4. "I Found That I was No One Though Many Worshipped Me"—Jessica Amanda Salmonson (pp. 10-12)

PLOT — A MAGAZINE OF SPECULATIVE FICTION.
Contents:
Winter / Spring 1997, 8:
"Grail"—Tim Lockette (pp. 16-20) and "A Socratic Pacifist in King Arthur's Court"—Eric Reitan (pp. 26-29)

PRISM INTERNATIONAL.
Contents:
Summer 1969, 9:1: "Tristan"—Harry H. Taylor (pp. 4-13)

PULP ETERNITY.
Contents:
September 1998, 1.  "Appointment in Camelot"—Steve Petrella (pp. 9-11) and "The Once N Future Bear"—James S. Dorr (pp. 32-33)

QUADRANT. [Australia.]
Contents:
July / August 2000. "The Common Dish"—Sophie Masson (pp. 105-08)

QUEEN'S KNIGHT: A BEAUTY & THE BEAST 'ZINE. [Fanzine; volume 1 ed. S. K. Dapoz (Greenfield, IN: Dapoz Etc., 1990).]
Contents:
"Queen's Knight"—S. K. Dapoz (pp. 21-27)

QUEEN'S QUARTERLY.
Contents:
1986, 93. "Arthur and the Seven Stars"—Marian Engel (pp. 98-104)

READER:  AN ILLUSTRTED.
Contents:
July - November 1906, 8. "King Arthur in Michigan"—Thomas Wood Stevens (pp. 612-620)

REALMS OF FANTASY.
Contents:
February 1995. "Mission Rescue Merlin"—S. N. Dyer (pp. 68-69)
April 1995. "The Hour of Their Need"—Amy Wolf (pp. 40-47)
February 1997. "The Pretender"—Stephen Dedman (pp. 40-45, 69)
October 1997. "The Lady of Shalott's House"—Tanith Lee (pp. 50-54)
February 1999. "Bitter Chivalry"—Darrell Schweitzer (pp. 42-47, 73)
April 1999. "Arthur's Wishes"—Tim Myers (pp. 42-46, 79)
December 2000. "Conceiving Kings"—Dave Smeds (pp. 52-56)
December 2001. "Artie's Angels"—Catherine Wells (pp. 80-85)
December 2004. "The Wild Man"—Caitlin Matthews (pp. 65-69)
April 2006. "Lady of Ashuelot"—Karen L. Abrahamson (pp. 38-43)
December 2009. "In Time of Despair and Great Darkness"—Ken Scholes (pp. 45-51)

THE ROAD: THE NEW TOLKIEN NEWSLETTER.
Contents:
Autumn 1983, 1. "The Sun in the Morning"—Elizabeth Holland (pp. 17-20, 24) [A "Grail" story, of sorts.]

THE ROUND TABLE: A JOURNAL OF POETRY & FICTION. [Eds. Alan Lupack and Barbara Tepa Lupack (Rochester, NY). These are anthologies of Arthurian literature with a great deal of poetry, as well as short stories. I will list only the short stories as time and space prohibit listing all the entries.]
Contents:
1987, 4:1-2:
   "The Story of Grisandole"—John Matthews
   "The Perilous Bed"—John Matthews
   "Sir Mador Seeks the Grail"—David Gareth
   "Colors 1964"—Hollis Rowan Seaman

1989, 5:
   "The Testing of Cadog"—Richard Loomis
   "The Grievous Stroke"—Douglas Carmichael
   "Prelude to the Quest"—David Gareth
   "The Cat and Uther Pendragon"—Juanita Havill
 
SAMSARA MAGAZINE.
Contents:
Winter 2000, 1:8. "Mercy For David"—Debra Kemp (pp. 14-20)

SATURDAY EVENING POST.
Contents:
January 1, 1927. "Guinevere"—Marjory Stoneman Douglas (pp. 12-13, 84, 86, 89)
May 26, 1928. "Sir Galahad"—Clarence Budington Kelland (pp. 22-23, 160, 162, 165)
March 15 and 22, 1930. "King O'Meara and Queen Guinevere"—Don Marquis (March 15: pp. 6-7, 146, 149, 152, 154, 156; March 22: pp. 22-23, 110, 114, 119, 121)
November 6, 1937. "The Last of the Legions"—Stephen Vincent Benet (pp. 18-19, 31-33)
August 2, 1941. "Ho-Hum, Sir Galahad"—Sophie Kerr (pp. 16-17, 66-70) [minor reference]
June 13, 1942. "Wacky Knights of the Round Table" —Frank A. Gianelli and V. H. Jorgensen, Jr. (pp. 18-19, 76, 78-80)

SCHEHERAZADE MAGAZINE. [Brighton, UK.]
Contents:
#21 "King Arthur's Ransom"—Cherith Baldry (pp. 25-32)

SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE.
Contents:
July 1907. "Galahad's Daughter"—Katherine Holland Brown (pp. 115-120) [Arthurian theme only.]

SHARKTI VANGUARD.
Contents:
Autumn 1994, 4. "The Last Knight of Camelot"—Cherith Baldry (pp. 3-5)

SIERRA HEAVEN.
Contents:
Summer 1997, 3. "Sir Kay's Ring"—Cherith Baldry (pp. 45-51)

SNOW ISLAND REVIEW.
Contents:
Spring 1991. "On the Borders of the Green"—Robert Stutts (pp. 19-24)

SPACE & TIME.
Contents:
Summer 1985, 68. "The Fair In Emain Macha"—Charles De Lint [Revised edition published by Tor (New York, 1990).]

STARTLING STORIES.
Contents:
Summer 1946. "The Dark World"—Henry Kuttner (pp. 9-61)
Summer 1954. "The Spiral of the Ages"—Fletcher Pratt (pp. 10-66)
Spring 2009. "Restoration"—Barry Reese (pp. 152-157)

ST. NICHOLAS MAGAZINE.
Contents:
November 1891. "Launcelot's Tower"—Marjorie Richardson. [Not very Arthurian.] (pp. 56-59)
May 1902. "Sir Marrok"—Allen French. [Reprinted in 2008 (Read Books, UK) and 2009 (Kessinger Pub., US).]
January 1911.  "Sir Cleges and his Gift"—Arthur Guiterman. [Reprinted in 1915 in Bible Stories and Character Building, New York, University Society]
November / December 1911 and January - April 1912. "Knights of the Golden Spur"—Rupert Sargent Holland. [Only the first installment has Arthurian content; collected and reprinted in 1912 (Century Co.) and 1936 (D. Appleton – Century Co.).]

SUBSTANCE. [Ed. Paul Beardsley.]
Contents:
Autumn 1995, 3. "The White Dragon Passing"—Peter T. Garratt (pp. 17-21)

T. P.'S WEEKLY.
Contents:
April 2, 1909. "Many-Tower'd Camelot" —Arthur Machen (pp. 431-33)

TEXAS QUARTERLY.
Contents:
November 1978. "The Lady of Shalott"—John Bovey (pp. 127-139)

THRILLERUK.
Contents:
January 2004, 17. "Merlin's Grimoire"—Cleveland W. Gibson (pp. 34-37)

THRILLING WONDER STORIES.
Contents:
June 1940. "Knight Must Fall"—Kelvin Kent (pp. 84-94)

THROUGH THE CORRIDOR.
Contents:
Spring 1995. "Winter Solstice"—Mike Resnick (pp. 17-21)

TRANSVERSIONS.
Contents:
1999, 10. "Courtly Love"—Mary Soon Lee [Also available for download on www.fictionwise.com.]

THE TWILIGHT ZONE MAGAZINE.
Contents:
April 1981. "The Grail"—Harlan Ellison (pp. 24-34)

UNICORN.
Contents:
1974, 3:3. "Once and Future Chief"—N. C. Starr (pp. 15-17)

UNKNOWN.
Contents:
October 1939. "The Enchanted Weekend"—John MacCormac (pp. 115-162) [Reprinted in UNKNOWN WORLDS Winter 1948]
April 1941. "The Castle of Iron"—L. Sprague DeCamp and Fletcher Pratt (pp. 9-83)

UNKNOWN WORLDS.
Contents:
February 1943. "Wet Magic"—Henry Kuttner (pp. 9-33) [Reprinted in paperback anthology, ECHOES OF VALOR, ed. Karl Edward Wagner (New York: Tor, 1987).]
Winter 1948.  (pp. 2-27)

WEIRDBOOK.
Contents:
1977, 12. "The Merlin Stone"—H. Warner Munn (pp. 48-63)

WEIRD TALES.
Contents:
January 1943, 36:9. "The Eager Dragon"—Robert Bloch (pp. 88-104)
Summer 1988, 291. "The Kingdoms of the Air"—Tanith Lee (pp. 102-129)
Fall 1988, 292. "The Ordeal Stone"—Keith Taylor (18-30) [Peripheral Arthurian association.]
Fall 1989, 294. "Three Heads for the High King"—R. Garcia y Robertson (pp. 74-96)
Winter 1989 / 1990, 295. "The Lady of Belec"—Phyllis Ann Karr (pp. 55-63)
Summer 1991, 301. "Spears of the Sea Wolves"—Keith Taylor (pp. 111-130) [Peripheral Arthurian association.]
Winter 1991 / 1992, 303. "Revenant"—Keith Taylor (pp. 60-71) [Peripheral Arthurian association.]
Fall 1998, 314. "The Hero's Celluloid Journey"—S. P. Somtow (pp. 52-66)
Spring 2000, 319. "Heart's Blood"—William F. Nolan (pp. 18-29) [Slight Arthurian association.]
Winter 2000 / 2001, 322. "Arthur's Toys"—Tim Meyers (pp. 46-52)
Fall 2002, 329. "Origin of the Species"—James Van Pelt (pp. 26-32)

WITNESS MAGAZINE.
Contents:
2002, 16:1. "Entertain the Thought"—Felicia Ackerman (pp. 42-53) [Arthurian references.]

WORLDS OF FANTASY.
Contents:
Winter 1970 / 1971. "Death of a Peculiar Boar"—Naomi Mitchison (pp. 81-92)

WYNKOOP BREWING COMPANY—DENVER PUBLIC LIBATION.
Contents:
"Merlin"—Kurt Vonnegut [A very, very short story on a beer label.]

WYRD.
Contents:
1975, 5. "Translation of an Ogham Stick"—Greg Stafford
1976, 6. "The Wolves of Severtatis"—Phyllis Ann Karr (pp. 81-90)


SECTION D: Internet Stories

These are Arthurian stories that are immediately accessible on the internet. These stories are not generally classified as fan fiction. This section has two parts. Part D-1 lists stories published independently by their authors, and Part D-2 lists stories published on websites that are not created by the author.

Part D-1

Adderley, Mark.
"Perceval at the Grail Castle"

Tales of the Island of the Mighty
  1. "Silvius and the Birth of Brutus"
  2. "The Trojans Unbound"
  3. "The Freedom of the Trojans"
  4. "The Voyage to Armorica"
  5. "Corineus and Argante"
  6. "The Origins of Albion"
  7. "The Trojans' Arrival in the Promised Land"
  8. "The Death of Brutus"
  9. "The Ill-Fated Marriage of Locrin and Gwendolyn"
  10. "The Blemished King"
  11. "How the Bridle of Gwynn Was Lost"

Combs, Brian.
"Shaggy Sir Lancelot"

Epstein, Alex.
"The Fair Folk"
"Camlann"

Jarvis, Robin.
"Initiation"

Lee, Nancy.
"The Tale of Sir Pelleas."
[A parody of a story in Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur. Revised from original publication, HOPSFANATIC 16 (pp. 4-16), the official newsletter of the Science Fiction Association of Johns Hopkins University.

Stuart, Morgan.
"Lailoken"
[Original appearance: Online SF/F/H journal ALTERNATE REALITIES April / May 2000, 16.]


Part D-2

ARTHURNET.
Contents:
May 1997:
"The Romance of Arthur, Vortigern's Daughter"—Judith P. Shoaf
"The True Arthur: Aurelius Ambrosius, or Emrys Wledig"—Judith P. Shoaf

BYGONE DAYS.
Contents:
"A Passing Fair Lady"—Debra Kemp
[The three Debra Kemp stories in this list are loosely linked in their content. Chronologically, "A Passing Fair Lady" (Posted 2002) comes first, followed by "A Small Compensation" (Date unknown, see TELLTALE PRESS below), and the last is "The Firebrand Quenched" (Posted 2000, see THE INDITER below).]

THE CAMELOT PROJECT.
Contents:
"Merlin the Mad"—Norris Lacy

CERIDWEN'S CAULDRON.
Contents:
"Three Knights and a Baby"—Gilly Carr

FICTIONPRESS
[A website with over 900,000 works, primarily fiction and poetry. Most of these works were entered by young aspiring writers. Use key Arthurian names in the website's Search Service under the category, "Story By Summary" to find dozens of Arthurian short stories and poems.]

THE INDITER.
Contents:
"Fire and Sunshine"—Brenda Cooper
"The Firebrand Quenched"—Debra Kemp

PSEUDOPOD: THE SOUND OF HORROR.
Contents:
"Merlin's Bane"—G. W. Thomas.
[Originally published in THE GHOSTBREAKERS: VAMPIRE HUNTERS, eds. Danielle Naibert and G. W. Thomas (Canada: Rage Machine Books, 2005).]

SMASHWORDS
Contents:
"The King of One Hundred Knights"–J. P. Moore

SOUTHERN CROSS REVIEW.
Contents:
1999, 2. "Sir Gawain and the Dragon"—Frank Smith

TELLTALE PRESS.
Contents:
"A Small Compensation"—Debra Kemp



SECTION E: Index of Authors


Abrahamson, Karen L.
Ackerman, Felicia
Adams, Robert
Adderley, Mark
Adeler, Max
Ahern, Jerry
Ahern, Susan
Aiken, Joan
Alden, Ken
Anderson, Beth
Anderson, Jim
Apollinaire, Guillaume
Appelcline, Shannon
Apsley, Brenda
Aquino, John T.
Armitage, Simon
Armour, Andrew
Armstrong, Anthony
Arnason, Eleanor
Arthurs, Bruce D.
Asaro, Catherine
Ashley, Mike
Atkey, Bertram
Aykroyd, Clarissa
Baillie, Allan
Baird, Edward
Baldry, Cherith
Barber, Richard
Barfield, Owen
Baring, Maurice
Bastraw, Michael
Beard, Julie
Beardsley, Paul
Beese, P. J.
Bell, M. Shayne
Belloc, Hilaire
Bennett, Janice
Bennett, Renee
Berberick, Nancy Varian
Bernall, A. W.
Betancourt, John Gregory
Bilgrey, Marc
Bishop, Anne
Black, Terry
Blackwood, Gary L.
Blake, Jennifer
Bloch, Robert
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