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|Harriet Beecher Stowe Center|
Organization which preserves the author's Conneticut home and aims to provide a forum for discussion of her life and work. Offers numerous resources for teachers and students.
|Isaac Bashevis Singer|
Provides information about Singer's life and works, including a biography, bibliography, filmography, and photographs.
|John Steinbeck's Pacific Grove|
Self-guided driving tour featuring local sites relating to the lives and work of John Steinbeck Includes photographs, map, essay on Steinbeck in Pacific Grove.
Links to e-texts of Tolstoy's most famous works. There are also photographs of Tolstoy and his home, a timeline of his life, reading tips and recommendations, and a biography.
|Life and Work of Dylan Thomas|
Information on the life and works of Welsh writer/poet Dylan Thomas. Includes an extensive biography and offers many renowned poems and prose that are accompanied by embedded audio clips.
|Martha Heasley Cox Center for Steinbeck Studies, The|
Background information, works, the locales he lived in and wrote about, chronology, text of Nobel Prize acceptance speech, descriptions of homes, and list of film and theater adaptations.
Modern American writer Michael James Zittel. Read online live journal, spokenword, plays, poetry fiction and prose.
Horror writer who also wrote several books together with Stephen King. Features news, biography, works, quiz, interviews, and background information.
|Ponder Heart, The|
Companion website to a Masterpiece Theatre adaptation of Eudora Welty's comic novel "The Ponder Heart." Features a biography and timeline of the life of Welty (1909-2001).
Contains: a bibliography of works by and about J. D. Salinger; some original commentary and essays; news and rumours concerning Salinger and work relating to him.
Offers information and biography of thriller writer Simon Toyne. Features news and a blog.
Official Web site of this Spanish writer of historical novels of a great human and spiritual interest. Biography, booklist, interpretation of dreams, and quotes. In English and Spanish.
|Studs Terkel: Conversations with America|
Organized into galleries that are largely centered around the interviews that Mr. Terkel did for each of one of his books.
Includes information about the Corson Collection of Walter Scott material held at the Edinburgh University Library. Also biography, bibliography, a list of works, portraits, correspondence.
|Bard of the People: Steinbeck|
Schedule of the activities of the observation of the 100th birthday of the novelist.
|Big Bill's Edith Wharton Stuff|
Biography and bibliography of Edith Wharton. Born in New York and lived from 1862 to 1937. Writer of The Age of Innocence.
|Booker T. Washington|
The full text of the autobiography of African American leader Booker T. Washington, and his essays "The Awakening of the Negro" (1896) and "Signs of Progress Among the Negroes" (1900).
|Eudora Welty House|
National Historic Landmark in Jackson, Mississippi, that was the home of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Eudora Welty for 76 years. Features a virtual tour of the house and garden (with a monthly flower bloom chart),
Biographical information, her books, interviews, links, and an email discussion group.
Short biography of the author along with short bibliography.
|Great Thompson Hunt, The|
Fan site dedicated to collecting snippets of information about Hunter S. Thompson, the maverick journalist and author, who embodied a new kind of non-fiction writing that he called "gonzo journalism".
|International Virginia Woolf Society Web Page|
Information on the work and career of Virginia Woolf. Includes conference and membership information, a bibliography.
Dedicated to the book "Facts and folklore about Nathan Stubblefield" by Bob Lochte. Excerpt, reviews, the author, and purchase information.
An author specialising in security, intelligence, secret service and espionage. Provides information about the books and the author.
|Of Mice and Men|
Guide to John Steinbeck's novel, arranged by chapter. Each contains a brief summary along with explanations of the vocabulary, allusions, and idioms used.
Information on Irish author and playright including a biography, quotes, photos, and news.
The life and times of Oscar Wilde. Biographical snippets, pictures, correspondence, and articles.
Monthly online journal for research into Oscar Wilde and his circle. Requires free registration.
|Robert Penn Warren|
Contains a biography, bibliographies, essays and critical materials, related Web links, newsletters and other materials related to the Robert Penn Warren Circle, which "honors Warren's life and work."
Information on bestselling fantasy author Tad Williams and his writings. Includes a brief biography, book excerpts, and related links.
Provides links to information about the life and works of British author P.G. Wodehouse.
Official site for Andrew Vachss, author of the "Burke" series of noir fiction and a nationally recognized attorney and advocate for abused children.