Yes, A Distance from Avalon: when the dying and the dead reunite by Mike Messier is now available on Amazon, on both paperback and Kindle. Click below to enter the world of Avalon.
The book was recently revealed on a special episode of Celebrity What’s in the Bag? on Mike Messier YouTube Channel with Brian Pillman Jr.
Andrew Buckner of A Word of Dreams website gives the book 5 Stars in his review here:
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“Our New World lineage traces to Avalonia. Avalonia – a continent lost is the mists of time, as if dissipated by magic. And I collect lost things. Relics. Diamonds in the rough and mere clay yearning to be molded into vases. And with this palette, I give you Avalon, our humble tribute to the once and future Avalonia. For I believe we’ve recreated a little bit of that old Avalonia magic right here.” – Jean La Croix Distance, A Distance from Avalon.
From the top subheadings of this website, you will find Avalonia Photography Competition plus the legacy pages of Avalonia Festival, Avalonia Festival II, Avalonia Festival III , and our exclusive Circle of Champions by clicking those very hyperlinks from earlier in this sentence or by the links at the top of this page (if you see three lines or circles on your smart phone, click those!)
Both our website and our Live Events HONOR, CELEBRATE and PROMOTE the Award winning short films, trailers, teasers, posters and photography in the artistic gathering we call Avalonia Festival.
To submit your own work, CLICK HERE for Avalonia Festival or hit the blue “submit” button!
Now, while they say that everyone has a story, it can also be said that every story has a story; or even more so, another story that lead to the story.
The story of Avalon, and Avalonia, is no different; behind this story is another one, more fraught with a lovable chaos than perfect execution perhaps, but ultimately a success in art and perseverance.
Thus let us not forget, Disregard the Vampire – A Mike Messier Documentary is the dance that brought us to the ball. Some moons, and eight awards later, the journey now stands as a testimony to the heart and soul of several independent artists who never surrendered despite adversities of both the human and logistical variety.