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|Dave Perdue's Charles Dickens Page|
Find a plethora of information on the Victorian author. Includes biographical and bibliographical information, illustrations, and a timeline.
|Willa Cather Archive, The|
Texts of Cather's writings, articles by Cather scholars, historical photographs, and information about upcoming Cather-related activities.
|Brautigan Bibliography and Archive|
Introduces this contemporary American author and offers his biography, prose and poems, accompanied by selections from his writings.
|Bumps On My Head|
Reminisces, television scripts and other fragments of Pulitzer-Prize-winning novelist Michael Chabon.
|Dickinson Electronic Archives|
Resources for the study of Emily, Susan and Edward Dickinson including: poems, reviews, stories and correspondence of Susan Dickinson; Edward (Ned) Dickinson's Notebook of transcriptions.
|Discovering Sherlock Holmes|
Collection of Arthur Conan Doyle's tales of Sherlock Holmes. Includes background about Victorian London, maps of the city, bibliography.
Biographical information about writer and humorist Erma Bombeck with a timeline covering her career, her appearances with "Good Morning America," her television series. Includes photographs, audio and video clips, and samples of her writing.
|H.C. Andersen Information|
About the famous Danish poet and story-teller, who lived 1805-1875. Information about his life, childhood home, Hans Christian Andersen House and museum, fairy tales and stories, and literature. In Danish.
|Hans Christian Andersen|
Biography of the Danish author and a chronological list of stories, with many of them available on the site. Also has links to related sites.
Official Web site of Orson Scott Card, writer of Ender's Game. Biography, news and reviews, bibliography, research, writing class, and calendar.
Information about the author and the children's books she has written and illustrated. Also has an activities page, coloring pages, and printable cards.
Information about the author, her novels, short stories, and other projects. Also includes a schedule and photos.
Official site for the magic realist novelist from New York City. Biography, bibliography, reviews, jacket covers, interviews, exclusive writings, and commentary.
|Kelley Armstrong's The Otherword|
Canadian writer of the Otherworld series about a female werewolf and other paranormal things. Including the books, journal, news, essays, short stories, biography, and contests.
Biography, his books and movies, photo galleries, interviews, FAQ's and news.
View Patricia Cornwell's Book Pick of the Month, body of work, photos, biography, news, and collectables.
Rachel is the author of three poetry books and one spoken word CD, A God You Can Dance. Her work-in-progress is The Renaissance Club, a novel of love across the centuries.
|Ralph Ellison: An American Journey|
A biographical essay and career timeline of the author of "Invisible Man."
Includes biographical information, video interview with the author, a chronology of his work, and message boards.
|Richard Paul Evans|
Includes a biography, information about his books, a book club discussion guide, and tour dates.
|Sad Flower in the Sand A|
Companion site to a PBS film about John Fante. Features a biographical essay, brief profiles of selected works, clips from the film.
|Song of the Soul|
Author, Tazim Elkington, offers inspiring and uplifting analogies of life, poems, and short stories. Includes a brief bio of the author.
|William Blake Archive|
Searchable archive of prose and poetry by Blake.
|A. S. Byatt|
Published works, upcoming events, and essays.
|Alice In Wonderland: Interactive Adventure|
Dedicated to Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland, offering interactive games and activities. Java required.
Collection of resources pertaining to Isaac Asimov.
Author of the New York Times bestseller Nickel and Dimed. Including book descriptions and excerpts, appearances, resources, and Barbara's Blog.
Provides the 1823 edition of Vathek, other works by William Beckford, works by contempories of Beckford, and biographies on Beckford.
|Bertolt Brecht Turns 100: A Web Exhibit|
Background information about Bertolt Brecht with his experiences between 1941 and 1947 when he lived in Southern California. Includes archival materials in the University of Southern California's Feuchtwanger Memorial Library.
|Best of Times: The Theatre of Charles Dickens|
Dickens's passion for the theater is illustrated with rare 19th-century broadsides, prints, posters, photographs, programs.
|Bronte Sisters Web|
Provides access to electronic editions of the Bronte sisters' writings and related materical.
Features information about Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte and the environment in which they lived. Includes an introduction, family tree, family history, short discussions of the novels, profiles of family members
Project includes a biography, searchable and browsable texts of Cervantes' works, including Don Quixote, bibliography of works about the author published between 1900-1997. Available in Spanish and English.
|Charles Dickens Literature|
Includes searchable versions of Dickens' works, biography, pictures and related articles.
|Chasing Cruscoe/Buscado a Crusoe|
Examines the lives and times of the mythical Robinson Crusoe and the Scottish sailor Alexander Selkirk. In English and Spanish.
|Don DeLillo's America|
Features an annotated bibliography of DeLillo's novels, shorter fiction, plays, interviews, essays and criticism; bibliography of critical works and reviews; selections of quotes.
Memorial to the author. Includes message board for tribute comments and information about donating to his favorite charities.
Includes photographs; correspondence; full-text facsimiles, biographical essay; and virtual exhibition, and biographical material.
|Emily Dickinson International Society|
Provides online information about membership, events, an international registry of Dickinson scholars, details of The Emily Dickinson Journal (the Society's scholarly journal), and related Web sites.
Official Renee Angers Web site, with the latest news from the author of the e-novel, "Missouri."
|Ian Fleming and the World of James Bond|
Features images of the original James Bond novel dust jackets, descriptions of manuscripts held by the Lilly Library, Indiana University, and information about Ian Fleming as a book and article collector.
Information about the books, reviews, and interviews with the author.
|James Branch Cabell|
Includes a brief biography, a chronology of published works, and related links.
|James Lee Burke|
Random House site with information about the author and his books.
|Jane Austen, Your Questions Answered|
Answers to emailed questions concerning Jane Austen, extensive book reviews and a concise biography.
|Jorge Luis Borges|
Contains online supplement to the printed journal "Variaciones Borges," a collection of book reviews, links to other resources, articles and texts by Borges scholars.
Information about the author and her book, "Skin Deep".
|Leverett Butts - South American Writer|
Offers short stories and access to the daily web log of Georgia writer, Leverett Butts, who was voted "Best New Author" in 2003.
Bigraphical information, essays on writing, and lists of books by and about the author.
|Margery Allingham Society|
Includes a biography, a bibliography of her work, an article about Phillip Carter Youngman (a writer and Allingham's husband; he completed her last two novels), news and events.
Official Web site of crime fiction author Mark Billingham. Showcases the author's books and provides biographical and background information.
|MGB Publishing Co.|
Action packed novels by retired Navy captain Mike Basford, featuring a tale of espionage, terrorism and the theft of America's priceless secrets.
English romantic comedy writer who lives now in the Netherlands. Including her books, previews, biography, news, and contests.
|Only Connect: The Unofficial Site of E.M. Forster|
Brief biography of this English writer renowned for 'A Room with a View', a list of works, selected quotations and information about film adaptations.
|Paper Angels - Christmas Stories|
A collection of Christmas stories written by Joe Beine. Book and author information, and two online stories.
|Samuel Beckett Resources|
An annotated directory of sites related to the Irish novelist and playwright.
Weekly updates about activities of this Native American author; biography; information about his books, films, recordings, tour appearances, and interviews; photographs; suggested road trips related to his books.
|Thomas L. Friedman|
"Foreign Affairs" columninst for The New York Times and 2002 Pulitzer Price winner for commentry. Read about his books, the author, and his articles.
|William Faulkner: The First Hundred Years|
Companion to a 1997 exhibit about the life and works of this author, who was born in 1897. Features annotated images of photos, movie posters, and books.