by: Alan Lupack (Editor)
Publishers, Bookdealers, Authors, & Artists with Arthurian Offerings
NOTE: Publishers, dealers, individual books are listed here for informational purposes only.
ARTHURIANA, the quarterly journal of the International Arthurian Society, North American Branch, is a multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal of Arthurian Studies from the Middle Ages to the present. Published quarterly, ARTHURIANA is popular, inexpensive, and available in both hard copy and on-line formats. In addition to cultural and literary studies of the legends of King Arthur from the Middle Ages to the present, each issue of the journal includes reviews of recent significant academic publications in the field of medieval studies, ranging across disciplines and beyond Arthurian material.
Am Bròn Binn (The Sweet Sorrow): An Arthurian Ballad in Scottish Gaelic. Ed. and trans. Linda Gowans. Available direct from: Linda Gowans, 97 Hawarden Crescent, High Barnes, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear SR4 7NL, England. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Price, including postage: £9.50 (to UK addresses only).
- Arthurian Books. (2B, Rainbow Street; Leominster; Herefordshire HR6 8DQ U.K. Phone/Fax: 01568-616084; E-mail: email@example.com; Proprietor: Louise Boer)
Boydell and Brewer. Boydell and Brewer has a large line of Arthurian publications. Selecting the Literature block on their homepage will offer among the options the category "Arthurian."
Camelot Books. (P.O. Box 2883; Vista,CA 92083; Phone: 619/940-9472; Proprietor: Charles E. Wyatt.) Camelot Books, a used-book shop, specializes in Arthurian and related books.
- Excalibur Books. (Rivenoak; 1 Hillside Gardens; Bangor, Co. Down BT19 6SJ; Northern Ireland; Phone: 01247-458579 [from U.S.A.: 011-44-1247-458579]; Proprietor: Ronan Coghlan.) Specializes in Arthurian, Myth, Legend, Folklore. (Accepts payment by check in any currency or by Visa, Mastercard or Eurocard.)
Rodney Parrish, Booktrader. (2428 Highland Dr.; Knoxville, TN 37918; Phone: 423/687-1684; email: RodneyFFC@aol.com.)
Three Geese In Flight Celtic Books. Proprietor: Sam Wenger.
55 Elm Street; Somerville, MA. 617 625 2358.
Website: www.threegeseinflight.com; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Specializes in used and rare books on the Arthurian legend and Celtic literature.