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|Bright Weavings: The Worlds of Guy Gavriel Kay|
Authorized Web site of this Weyburn, Saskatchewan author. Works, interviews, reviews, news, bibliographies, passages, scholarship, art, and music.
Official site. Read a message from the author, his thoughts on writing, read or listen to excerpts from selected books. Contests and newsletter also available.
|Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park|
Online biographical essays, brief chronological table of Hemingway's life and publications, details of his Pulitzer Prize (1953) and Nobel Prize (1954), and a list of books from his personal library.
|From Dublin to Ithaca|
Companion site to an exhibit on Irish writer James Joyce. Covers his life, works, and correspondence. Include selected photos and images of letters, book covers, and other printed materials.
|Into the Wardrobe|
Offers current news, biographies, articles about C. S. Lewis and his writings, links to other Web sites.
|Jack London Collection|
Gallery of first editions of Jack London's books. Features images of covers, title pages, London's inscriptions, and photographs.
|Jack London's Ranch Album|
Writer of "Call of the Wild". Biography, pictures, quotations, online stories, museum, and his ranch.
|Kipling Society, The|
Includes biography, chronology, poems, articles, notes on Kipling's works, lists of works by and about Kipling, and a glossary of Hindustani, Urdi, and Hindi words found in Kipling's works.
Quotation search, news and articles, FAQ, chat, and related links.
Information on the countryside that inspired Richard Hughes and other modern welsh writers - Inspirational Wales
|Robert A. Heinlein|
Biography, FAQ, list of published works, essays, articles, and audio clips.
Information about the author, his past works, current projects, plans for the future, FAQ and links. Also including the official Dark Tower Web site.
Provides biographies of Grafton and of the heroine of her novels, Kinsey Millhone; a list of the author's novels; reviews; photos; tour schedule; trivia; discussion forum.
Established the science fiction literature genre called cyberpunk with his novel Neuromancer. Biography, his books, and a blog with stories.
On ongoing novel written by Hemingway fans. Contributors, characters, and the chapters.
|Barry B. Longyear|
Author of Enemy Mine. Biography, calendar, news, and library.
|Bem Le Hunte|
Author of The Seduction of Silence. Learn all about Bem, discuss her book on the message board and send an ecard.
|Charles Ghigna - Father Goose|
Children's author, poet, and guest speaker. Site includes bibliography, interviews, reviews, and contact information.
Chronology of his short stories and novels, biographical information, photos of the San Francisco apartment believed to be the home of Hammett's detective Sam Spade.
Details of Deborah Lawrenson's latest novel, Songs of Blue and Gold, plus previous novel, The Art of Falling. Includes overview, reading guide and book group reviews. Also biography and bibliography.
|Fairy Tales For Everyone|
Dedicated to the fairy tales writer Alexander N. Kalinkin. Fairy tales, fantasy fiction, flash fiction stories, poetry and some author's pictures.
Exhibition in the Peabody Essex Museum celebrating the bicentennial of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Birth. Online version of “The Spectator” a hand-copied newspaper produced in August and September 1820 by Hawthorne and his sister.
|Hermann Hesse Portal|
Biographical information includes photos and information about other resources on the author. Available in several languages.
Articles about writing, selling and publishing fiction, an active writers' community, workshops, and newsletters. Also an introduction to author Holly Lisle's work.
|James Joyce Scholars' Collection|
Digital library of out-of-print works of James Joyce scholarship, including biographies, analyses of Finnegans Wake and Ulysses, and lexicons.
|Janet Taylor Lisle|
American writer of children's literature. Interview with the author, book shelf, and online reviews.
Postmodern fiction writer. Featuring a variety of writings, a bibliography, and randomized Web-art by Will Amato.
Author of The Kite Runner, the first Afghan novel written in English. Reviews, biography, events, and pictures.
|Omnia Exeunt In Mysterium|
Dedicated to the myth Cthulhu and its creator, H.P. Lovecraft. General information, roleplaying, necronomicon, galleries, pictures, and stories. In German only.
|Race For Doroon|
A science fiction and fantasy/romance novel by Gloria Hartman. Author's biography, story, contents, glossary, and events.
Author of "It's My Body and I'll Cry If I Want To". First chapter, biography, reviews, and interview.
|Thomas Hardy Association|
Features a chronology, information about editions of Hardy's works, maps of the fictional Wessex where his stories take place, and links to related sites.
Official site. Learn about the author, his books, and what's new. Subscribe to the mailing list for updates.
|Ursula K. Le Guin|
Biographical and bibliographical material, essays on writing, poems, links to online stories, excerpts from her works, information about her recent works, a calendar of public appearances.