Isolde Martyn is best-selling author of historical fiction, much of it centred on the Wars of the Roses.
CEU Medieval Radio is currently the only medieval themed radio on the internet which plays only authentic medieval and renaissance music from the Iberian Peninsula to the Ottoman Empire.
The Fairytale Keeper series answer the question: what if all Grimm’s fairy tales originated with one person?
I took the tropes of your typical hard-boiled detective series—the lone detective with a chip on his shoulder–who is hard drinking, tough-talking, tough fighting character–the dark streets and dark doings of crime and subculture of criminals and intrigue, the femme fatale—and let them slide into the medieval era.
An interview with author Nancy Brown on her latest medieval offering: “Song of the Vikings: Snorri and the Making of Norse Myths”.
I had the chance to interview graphic novelist Alexis Fajardo about his new children’s comic book Kid Beowulf!
Read our interview with Mary C. Flannery about her new book
With over seventy episodes recorded, the British History Podcast is giving people a lot to listen too.
It was really Margaret of Anjou, Henry VI’s wife, with her ambition and determination – her refusal to let the Duke of York assume control, after her husband had fallen into a catatonic stupor – that kickstarted the civil war.
‘The whole plot becomes so much more sensational when set in the Elizabethan period, and the struggle the conscientious individual to ‘do the right thing’ becomes a battle in itself.’
Frederik Pedersen, Senior Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, talks with Medievalists.net about the murder of William Cantilupe on March 23, 1375.
The Canadian Society of Medievalists aims to represent Canadian medievalists around the world and medievalists working in Canada.
The Plantagenets: The Kings Who Made England, is being released in May 2012.
I was so fascinated by the stories of the lives of the people and artifacts associated with these strongholds that I didn’t realize I actually wasn’t learning much about the castles themselves. The more I delved into researching the series, the more I wanted to see the technologies that built them (and sometimes brought them down) jump out of my imagination and into action.
In 21 years of filmmaking, I have never worked on a project where professional and personal interests have come together such an authentic way.
Talking about medieval leather clothing with designer Jessica Caruso-Reynolds of Emporium Custom Leathers
The McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College is now presenting the exhibition: Making History: Antiquaries in Britain, which showcases treasures from the Society of Antiquaries of London
Best-selling author Sharon Kay Penman has published her twelfth novel, Lionheart, which focuses on King Richard I and his crusade to the Holy…
The Friar of Carcassonne: Revolt against the Inquisition in the Last Days of the Cathars By Stephen O’Shea Douglas and McIntyre, 2011 ISBN…
In 2007 Sonja and Kevin Bergin purchased Tullaun Castle in North Tipperary, Ireland. Tullaun Castle is a Gaelic four-storey tower house that is…
Dance of the Dandelion By Dina Sleiman WhiteFire Publishing, 2011 ISBN: 978-0983455608 Price $14.99 for a print copy, under $4 for an electronic…
In 2010 we interviewed author Jayden Woods about her novel Eadric the Grasper: Sons of Mercia Volume I. Jayden has now published the…
Who says history can’t be fun?! Medievalists.net talks to Simon Bradbury about the medieval gaming world of Stronghold III How did you get into…
The medieval glass industry Hunter, J.R. Medieval Industry, CBA Research Report No 40 (1981) Abstract The evolution of most industrial processes can be traced…