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26 September 2001

Introduction: Deleted extinct links.

Archives and Resource Pages: Deleted extinct links.

Phillip College Speculative Fiction Home Page (spirit.com.au)
"I teach SF at Phillip College, Canberra, Australia, and have put up several of the best students' essays, some short stories and several reviews on the Web, all linked to SF study." (Michael Sisley) [This page is gone as far as I can tell.]

Art and Artists: Deleted extinct links.

The Fly-By-Night Fantasy/Sci-Fi Image Gallery and Sound Archive (wt.net)
(Jonathan Quick) [This page is gone as far as I can tell.]

Science Fiction Artists: Deleted extinct links.

Aaron Morgan Brown (ukans.edu)
"Surreal SF/Fantasy with a techno-archaic flavor." (Aaron M Brown)
The Adventures of Data Man (millerink.com) by Richard H. Miller
An "illustrated cyberspace myth" with lots of rendered art. High-speed graphic browser recommended! (Richard Miller) [This page is gone as far as I can tell.]
The Poetry and Fantasy Art of Dan Stone (stonefantasyart.com)
"A collection of original fantasy, horror and surrealist art, signed limited edition prints, poetry and fiction both dark and light, chapbook editions, parodies of authors Clive Barker and Harlan Ellison, strange ideas, bizarre rantings, goofy wisdom, twisted logic, weird and wacky sophomoric foolishness and other general numbskullery, all mixed together into a dark, viscous paste of extremely questionable nutritional value." (Dan Stone) [It's dead as far as I can tell.]

Authors B: Deleted extinct links.

Gregory Benford: Moments In Texas Fan History: A Party for Dallas (flash.net) (1958)
Surely you've heard of Gregory Benford, the fan writer? (Neil Kaden)
The Ray Bradbury Page (brookingsbook.com)
"The goal of this page is to provide information about Ray Bradbury and his work to scholars, researchers, students, and fans. It includes comprehensive bibliographic and biographic information, up-to-date news, and related data... The Ray Bradbury Page is a non-profit site and is in no way connected with Ray Bradbury, Ray Bradbury, Inc., or any book publisher." (Richard Johnston)
Patty Briggs: The Writer's Cottage (owt.com)
"Books have been my most faithful companions and stalwart friends, with the possible exception of a small number of horses, dogs and cats. Unfortunately my home looks a bit like the aftermath of a collision between a tornado and a used book store, (I'm still trying to find a name for this type of decor)... If the characters seem alive, it's because they have borrowed some of that life from the author, and little bits of the author's past and present peek through here and there. While I'm not a sword-wielding, barbarian, dancing-girl; I am sometimes surprised by how much of me finds its way into the pages I write. It can be a bit disconcerting for someone accustomed to being a very private person to find so much of themselves on display..."
David Brin: artist in residence at Kaleidospace (kspace.com)
"Kaleidospace is a site that is dedicated to helping writers, artists, musicians and other independents get their work exposed through the Internet". Includes essays "The Good and the Bad: Outlines of Tomorrow" (kspace.com) and "The Good Meme" (parts one (kspace.com), two (kspace.com) and three (kspace.com)) and some responses (kspace.com). Also there are some more readers comments and Brin's responses (kspace.com) available at the same site. (David Brin)
David Brin: chat channel (idt.net)
"In the Uplift Universe of science fiction writer David Brin, the planet Jijo is home to refugees of nine different intelligent races. Some of these were enemies once, and some may be yet again, but all are united by a bond to their adopted homeworld. On the Internet Relay Chat Undernet, #Jijo is a place for fans of Dr. Brin's stories (and all science fiction fans!) to meet in realtime and exchange thoughts (on everything from the Uplift Universe to how M&M Mars can breed the genetically perfect candy). Set your IRC client to any Undernet server and /join #Jijo - regular chats are Friday/Saturday/Sunday 10 P.M. EST, but if you can't make those, leave your email address with Galactic!" Network: Undernet. Channel: #jijo. Also, don't forget to sign up for BRIN-L. Listserv: listproc(at)cornell.edu. Msg body: subscribe BRIN-L Emerson D'Anite (with your name instead of Emerson's). (Brad Ackerman)

Authors C: Deleted extinct links.

Jonathan Carroll Homepage: Rutgers Edition (rutgers.edu)
(Howard Shih)
Lewis Carroll Home Page Illustrated (cstone.net)
(William Maury Morris II)
Arthur C. Clarke (qub.ac.uk)
(Edward Smyth)
Storm Constantine (icl.ie)
"Storm Constantine is 30-something, and lives in Stafford with eight cats. Apart from being a successful author and an accomplished artist, through her love of music, she has been involved with band management for many years. Storm has written stories all her life. Her interests have always lain in the realms of the fantastical, but she was influenced by the mythology of Ancient Egypt and Greece more than by contemporary fantasy writing..." (Padraig O'hIceadha)
John Crowley (tezcat.com)
"Components include home page with bibliography; booklist with links; page of critical comments about his books and stories; two essays of mine; and substantial parts of John Clute's review of AEgypt, by permission. I'm hoping to add an interview or two, and who knows what else." (Joe Bernstein)

Authors D: Deleted extinct links.

Bradley Denton home page (sff.net)
"This web site has been closed. It may reopen after Brad finishes his next book and has time to work on the site. Thanks for stopping by." (A.T. Campbell III)
The Shifting World of Philip K. Dick (mtx.net.au)
"The pages are dedicated to information on the work and life of Philip. K. Dick... Philip Kindred Dick's contribution to the genre of science fiction is impressive. He produced a large collection of novels and short stories that are a wealth of imaginative ideas. His ideas about humanity, reality and god are still relevant today. Since his death in 1984 his work has continued to gain recognition making him one of the most intriguing artists of the modern era..." (Jamie Rowse)
P.D. Dumbarton's Homepage (delphi.com)
"I am a writer of science fiction and fantasy, living in the mountains of northwest Colorado. My website is designed to provide a venue for discussion, support and exchange among other writers of sf/f and related genre in this area. I would like to assemble a group of writers in my area for the purpose of networking, critiquing and learning the ins and outs of getting published. A good knowledge of the genre and excellent writing ability is a must." (Persephone Dawn Dumbarton)

Authors F: Deleted extinct links.

Robert Frezza (gannon.edu)
(Steve Frezza)

Authors G: Deleted extinct links.

William Gibson Information Page (oulu.fi)
"The page is my unofficial fan contribution to the works of the famous cyberpunk author. On the page are images and information on Gibson's books until this date, in addition to a set of chosen Gibson links." (Sami Nieminen)
Jeff Grubb (mag7.com)
(Jeff Grubb)

Authors H: Deleted extinct links.

L. Ron Hubbard Internet Site Home Page (authorservicesinc.com)
(David Bloomberg, Author Services Inc.)
L. Ron Hubbard: Battlefield Earth (battlefieldearth.com)
The official Author Services, Inc. site for the Dekalogy From Hell.

Authors K: Deleted extinct links.

Dean R. Koontz: The Unofficial Web Site (dean-koontz.com)
(Gareth Challis)
koontz - Dean R. Koontz Mailing List (dean-koontz.com)
List Address: koontz(at)esosoft.com. To subscribe, send an e-mail to koontz-request(at)esosoft.com. Leave the subject line blank, and the message should just say subscribe. "The Dean Koontz Mailing List is set up for the sharing and expression of ideas, thoughts and anything related to the author. All topics are open for discussion. Please be considerate though - if you want to talk about something that may give the ending away to those of us who have not read the book in question, please include something in the subject line to warn us; ie, 'Spoiler'." (Gareth Challis)

Authors L: Deleted extinct links.

Keith Laumer's Retief (aol.com)
"I have created a page dedicated to Keith Laumer's science fiction creation, Jame Retief of the CDT. It contains mostly information about Retief, but contains much info about the author that is not found anywhere else on the internet." (Joshua A. Pechter)
Ursula K. Le Guin: Le Guin's World (surf.to)
"A site dedicated to Ursula K Le Guin, her books and the worlds she creates in them. Special focus on the Hainish series. Contains lots of reviews, the Hainish Encyclopedia and more." (Fredrik Petersson)
Stanislaw Lem (mit.edu): resource guide
"The work of Stanislaw Lem is unique in character. It is often strange (sometimes to near incomprehensibility), never predictable, sometimes hilariously funny, and always thought provoking." (Stephen Spreer)
C.S. Lewis: Scholar and Spiritual Writer (spu.edu)
(Loren Johnson)

Authors M: Deleted extinct links.

Robert R. McCammon official page: Lights Out! (wku.edu)
"Robert R. McCammon is the author of 13 novels and numerous short stories. The majority of McCammon's novels and stories are horror tales, including such bestsellers as Swan Song, They Thirst, and Stinger. More recently, McCammon's novels have been more mainstream, including the phenomenal Boy's Life, Mine, and Gone South. Lights Out! was the official Robert R. McCammon newsletter from 1989 through 1991. Now, Lights Out! is the official Robert R. McCammon Page on the Internet..." (Hunter Goatley (madgoat.com))

Authors N: Deleted extinct links.

Derrick Neill (compuserve.com)
(Marty Sheppard)
Larry Niven: Down in Flames (rutgers.edu)
"Outline for an unwritten epic novel" in Niven's Known Space series. Also available by [FTP]ftp (rutgers.edu).

Authors R: Deleted extinct links.

Spider Robinson's Books (harvard.edu)
"I maintain a complete bibliography of Spider Robinson's work... I've recently accomplished a goal I set nearly two years ago: to find copies of all of Spider Robinson's books."
Nicholas Royle (geocities.com) fan page.
Horror/contemporary author. Has bibliography, with cover artwork and back cover blurbs. (Sandals)

Authors S: Deleted extinct links.

The James H. Schmitz Encyclopedia (white-crane.com)
"What you'll find at this site is reference material to Schmitz stories. There is a complete Bibliography, lists of series like The Federation of the Hub, major characters like Telzey, Trigger, and "Bad News" Quillan, and monsters like the Janandra. All of these have links to the stories where they appear, and sometimes even artwork. Finally, we have several works about Schmitz, including an interview and essays on Schmitz' work. Start with the bibliography and follow the links to the stories."
Robert Silverberg Unofficial Home Page (brandeis.edu)
(Daniil Fishteyn)
Sean Stewart: Home Page (insync.net)
(Sean Stewart, Thomas Phinney)

Authors T: Deleted extinct links.

Sheri S. Tepper: The Unofficial Web Page (uic.edu)
(Laura Quilter)

Authors V: Deleted extinct links.

Jack Vance...an essay (ticnet.com)
"This essay will basically be concerned with the legion elements which make up the Vancian style, and not a few criticisms are ignored either." (Peter Booth)
Kurt Vonnegut Home Page (usf.edu)
(Kevin A. Boon (usf.edu)

Authors W: Deleted extinct links.

The David Wingrove/Chung Kuo Home Page (btigate.com)
"The Chung Kuo series, which is nearing completion, consists of eight novels about a future in which the Chinese have dominated the world, rewritten history, and built enormous indoor continent-spanning cities three hundred levels in height... With Brian Aldiss, David Wingrove is also co-author of the award-winning The Trillion-Year Spree: The History of Science Fiction (1986). He also coauthored, with Rand and Robyn Miller, a series of books based on the popular computer game Myst..." (Bob Newell)

Awards: Deleted extinct links.

Saturn
For best sf, fantasy & horror films: winners (rutgers.edu)
Lambda
"The Lambda Literary Award is presented to the best sf/fantasy novel of interest to the gay, lesbian, and bisexual community." We also have a link to an old list of winners at SFCH (steampunk.com). (Rob Gates)

Bibliographies and lists: Deleted extinct links.

Alternate sexualities (rutgers.edu)
List of sf novels and short stories featuring non-standard or unusual sexualities.
Computers in Science Fiction (uncg.edu)
"An annotated bibliography of scholarly and critical works." (Bryan Askew)
Criticism of sf and fantasy (cam.ac.uk)
(Gareth Rees (cam.ac.uk))
Feminist Science Fiction Page (wenet.net)
including a bibliography of feminist science fiction, fantasy and utopian fiction and a separate bibliography of non-fiction on the same topic. (Laura Quilter)
Gender swapping (rutgers.edu)
"Books, plays, movies, tv shows, short stories that contain some form of gender confusion, originally gender transformations/mutations/swapping, expanded to include transvestites, transexual, cross dressing, etc." (Bob Ewoldt)
Horror Films: a Bibliographic Guide (slaughter.net)
(Benjamin S. Cohen)
How to write sf and fantasy (steampunk.com) (Ahasuerusimest) (John R. R. Leavitt)
Machine intelligence (rutgers.edu)
(Clinton E. Sheppard)
Uo-Ju's Japan and China-related Science Fiction and Fantasy Puddle (vassar.edu)
"Here is a list of Japan and China-related Sci-Fi and Fantasy that I have discovered, either on my own, or with the generous help of the people of rec.arts.sf.written." (Craig Olinsky)
Vampires (rutgers.edu)
(E Bathory)

Bookstores: Deleted extinct links.

Europe: books by mail (uio.no) (last updated version at Matematisk Institutt, Norway)
Evelyn says: "I no longer maintain a separate list of stores that ship worldwide. You can either scan the regional lists or use one of the many on-line booksellers that have sprung up."
List of on-line bookstores (cmu.edu)
A list of book publishers, catalogs and bookstores accessible via the Internet. (John R. R. Leavitt)
Acses, Universum's Smartest Bookfinder (acses.com), Ludwigsburg, Germany
"Acses is a book search engine and price comparison system." It searches not only for books, but also for their prices at various internet bookstores. (Over 25 of them at last count.) (Mr. Christopher Muenchhoff)
CompuServe Book and Magazine Catalogs Main Menu (massmedia.com)
(Mike Berro)
Adder's Choice Bookstore (wcc-coe.org), France
"Adder's Choice Bookstore sells science fiction books, both in french and english. Our speciality is Philip K. Dick." (Joel Margot)
Bookpages (bookpages.co.uk), U.K.
"Personal service and fast world-wide delivery on all British books." (Lisa Grant)
Das Romanie Bookstore and Gallery (teleport.com), Eugene, Oregon
"We specialize in signed, rare and collectible science fiction, fantasy and horror books and ephemera. We are going to be anouncing book signings every now and then. (We hope to have a panel of 5 Star Wars authors somewhere around the end of November-Beginning of December.) If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to ask!" (Don Ahlquist)
Enchantments (tiac.net), Lexington, Massachussetts
(Mike Sackton (shore.net))
Flights of Fantasy (moneric.com), Santa Monica, California
Bookstore with a basic web page. Sells new and used; "collectibles" catalog is on-line. (Monique)
Future Fantasy (futfan.com), Palo Alto, California
"A Bookstore of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Mysteries." This WWW page provides access to their newsletter, booklist, and electronic order form.
Gateway 42 (books.com), Cleveland, Ohio
Book Stacks Unlimited's specialty SF Internet bookstore. (Christopher T. Miller)
The Gargadillo (gargadillo.com), Corsicana, Texas
"We are a new bookstore that deal in horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy." (Rhonda Hale and Keith Milstead)
Treknews Book Bin (treknews.com)
"The Book Bin is a collaborative effort between TREKNEWS and the Space-Crime Continuum, an independent SF and mystery bookstore run by the family of Chris Aylott and Deb Tomaselli." Formerly known as Mission Profile Online Bookstore. (Jason Ellis)
Twisted Mind Wreckage (aol.com), Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
"A distribution site for alternative SF video, electronic space music and small-press publications in SF, horror and surreal space poetry. (Currently [October 1997] it has only a few artists and musicians, involved, etc. but has been on-line for only a few days, etc.)" (Perry)

Chat Channels IRC and others: Deleted extinct links.

#Jijo: David Brin chat channel (idt.net)
"In the Uplift Universe of science fiction writer David Brin, the planet Jijo is home to refugees of nine different intelligent races. Some of these were enemies once, and some may be yet again, but all are united by a bond to their adopted homeworld. On the Internet Relay Chat Undernet, #Jijo is a place for fans of Dr. Brin's stories (and all science fiction fans!) to meet in realtime and exchange thoughts (on everything from the Uplift Universe to how M&M Mars can breed the genetically perfect candy). Set your IRC client to any Undernet server and /join #Jijo - regular chats are Friday/Saturday/Sunday 10 P.M. EST, but if you can't make those, leave your email address with Galactic!" Network: Undernet. Channel: #jijo. Also, don't forget to sign up for BRIN-L. Listserv: listproc(at)cornell.edu. Msg body: subscribe BRIN-L Emerson D'Anite (with your name instead of Emerson's). (Brad Ackerman)
Dean Koontz Chat Room (dean-koontz.com)
Has instructions for #koontz on Undernet, and also has a JavaChat applet. (Gareth Challis)
Tachycon Science Fiction Chat List (ao.net)
"This is a list of chats and chat rooms/IRC channels which might be of interest to fans of science-fiction, fantasy or horror... I've listed any special requirements (such as Java, iChat, etc.) when I know them." (Lori Brown)

Comics, Animation, and Anthropomorphics: Deleted extinct links.

The Adventures of Data Man (millerink.com) by Richard H. Miller
An "illustrated cyberspace myth" with lots of rendered art. High-speed graphic browser recommended! (Richard Miller) [This page is gone as far as I can tell.]
Systems Man (inetcomics.com)
"Inet Comics hesitantly presents an original online comic about a U.N. created hero who battles the forces of chaos...it's Systems Man! ...50's sci-fi style, original web comic." Only has one episode online in its first three months of life, but if like a site with lots of big glitzy graphics and a sense of humor (presented in WebVision, no less) you'll get a kick out of this one. It certainly starts with a bang: "A giant robot lizard ram amock in Paris this morning flattening several city blocks and devouring over a dozen of its citizens..." (Tarmo Saks)
Robotech (ncsu.edu)
(Ravi K. Swamy)
Brian Antoine's My Favorite Furry Places (isc-br.com)
(Brian W. Antoine)
Furr (Balls not Included) (eskimo.com)
"...a new furry page, devoted to the writing of furry fiction." "The furr.html link is so old and obsolete that I don't even have a copy of it anymore. Furr (Balls Not Included) is long gone, although I always thought the name was kinda clever. ;)" (Julie Rampke)

Convention Resources Lists, Reports, and How-To archives: Deleted extinct links.

Southern Fandom Resource Guide Convention Calendar (cris.com)
"a html listing of Southern SF, Fantasy, Horror, Media, Gaming and Anime conventions" (Kelly Lockhart)
Clan Zen Con Listings (lts.com) (Medinnus)
[A very small list, but the author of this page has volunteered to create and make available web pages for any convention that asks him. Grab this offer while it lasts! -Chaz]

Convention Reports: Deleted links.

Armadillo 16: The 12-Step Program for Science Fiction Addiction (io.com) by Brad Denton.
"At ArmadilloCon 16, science fiction writer Brad Denton (BUDDY HOLLY IS ALIVE AND WELL ON GANYMEDE, BLACKBURN) presented an entertaining opening ceremonies speech titled "The 12-Step Program for Science Fiction Addiction." There's a movement afoot to nominate it for this year's Hugo for Best Dramatic Presentation." (Aaron Allston, Kelly Lockhart)
Boskone 32 Con Report (rutgers.edu) (95k)
(Evelyn C. Leeper (geocities.com))
Boskone 34 Con Report (rutgers.edu) (94k)
Available as a web page or as plain text (rutgers.edu) (92k). (Evelyn C. Leeper (geocities.com))
ConAdian Con Report (rutgers.edu) (172k)
1994 Worldcon. (Evelyn C. Leeper (geocities.com))
Confluence Photos (city-net.com)
(Laurie D. T. Mann)
Ditto X/Octocon 34 (circlenk.net) pictures
"I may not yet have a trip report for Ditto-X/Octocon-34 in a zine, but I already have the photos to illustrate it on my web site. Check out the Kaden Photo Gallery on my web pages (access via my Home Page for a frame-based index to all my pages). I think I got at least 80% of the attendees (and *all* the participants who were at the ultra-exclusive Dead Dog Party). A resounding THANKS to Roger and Pat Sims, Bill Bowers, Bill Cavin, and all the others who made it possible." [Maintainer's note: it would be nice to have captions, too.] (Neil Kaden) [Deleted Oct 2001, because the photo links (ditto1.jpg, etc.) don't work anymore.]
Festival of the Imagination 1996 - review by Grant Watson (iinet.net.au)
(Grant Watson, Martin Livings)
LoneStarCon 2: Evelyn C. Leeper's report
(Evelyn C. Leeper (geocities.com) (fanac.org))
Lunacon 97 (rutgers.edu)
A convention report by Evelyn C. Leeper. (Evelyn C. Leeper (geocities.com))
Readercon 9 (rutgers.edu) (1997) convention report by Evelyn C. Leeper and Mark R. Leeper
(Evelyn C. Leeper (geocities.com))
Sferakon '97 (sferakon97.hr)
"Here you can see what's going on!" This Zagreb convention put pictures online during the convention. (Maja Cetineo)

Convention "How-To" Archives: Deleted links.

Electrical Eggs (electricaleggs.org)
"Electrical Eggs is dedicated to ensuring equal access for all at science fiction conventions... Electrical Eggs is a Georgia non-profit corporation, begun by people who saw the need for a good, workable, inexpensive handicap access system. Begun in 1985, the Electrical Eggs Handicap Access System organizes Access Services at conventions so every attendee can get around with minimal fuss and maximum enjoyment." (David H. Silber)

Costume Dealers: Deleted extinct links.

Splitting Image (splitting-image.com), Mountain View, California
"Splitting Image creates complete, head to toe, alien characters available for hire. For what you may ask? From any project involving video, film, commercials to corporate party events. What ever your requirements, we might have an alien for the job." (Colby Matte)

Fandom - Societies, clubs, etc., and archives: Deleted extinct links.

Arthedain (uib.no) (Norway) (uib.no)
Arthedain is the Tolkien Society of Norway. "Arthedain er alvisk, og er en kombinasjon av to del-ord, Arth, som betyr land, og edain, som betyr menneske. I J.R.R. Tolkiens verker er Arthedain den nord-vestlige delen av den gamle verden, så når er navn nå engang skulle velges for Norges Tolkienforening, var dette et like godt navn som mange andre. (Arthedain is elvish, and is a combination of two words, Arth, meaning realm, and edain, meaning human. In J.R.R. Tolkiens books, Arthedain is the north-western part of the old world, so when a name had to be found for the Norwegian Tolkien Society, this was as good as any.)"
Australasian Fannish Email Directory (apana.org.au)
(Perry Middlemiss)
Christian Fans of Sci-Fi and Fantasy (best.com)
"It's a site/mailing list/club for Christian Fans of Sci-fi and Fantasy." (Andrew Wooldridge)
ISFA, Irish Science Fiction Association (icl.ie) (Padraig O'hIceadha)
National Fantasy Fan Federation (simegen.com)
"The National Fantasy Fan Federation came into existence in April of 1941, making it one of the oldest of fandom organizations still in operation. N3F is a gathering place for people looking for others who share the same interests for the discussion, review, and critique of Science Fiction and Fantasy in all medias..." (editor Janine Stinson) (Laura) [Updated Oct 2001]
The Neutral Zone (iinet.net.au)
New Jersey Science Fiction Society (interactive.net) - NJSFS.
"NJSFS is a small, non-profit, SF/Fantasy/Horror literary society. Its monthly meetings feature authors and artists in this genre as guest speakers." (Karen Tellefsen (interactive.net))
Dick Lynch's 1960s History of Fandom (smithway.org) outline
(R.L. Smith-Graham)
Other Fannish Stuff (smithway.org)
Reference materials, fanzines on-line, and fannish home pages. (Roxanne Smith-Graham)
Oxford University (UK): Douglas Adams Society (ox.ac.uk)
The Philosophical Theory of Fan History (smithway.org) by Arnie Katz
(R.L. Smith-Graham)
Phoenicians' Home Page (demon.co.uk)
"Welcome to the homepage of The Phoenicians, the NorthWest Kent Science Fiction Society. We meet on the second Thursday of the Month, in the Royal Oak public house, Bexley Road, Northumberland Heath, from about 8:30 pm onwards. The name comes from 'The Phoenix' - the pub in Dartford where we used to meet..." (Matt Freestone)
Science Fiction Clubs Nordrhein-Westfalen e.V. (rwth-aachen.de)
"Im virtuellen Science Fiction Okular wiederum stellt sich der SFC NRW e.V. über sein Internet-Fanzine vor und gibt Euch die Möglichkeit, Euch all die Artikel, Leserbriefe, Infos zu unseren Düsseldorfer SF-Treffs, Condaten und vieles andere mehr anzuschauen." (Matthias Pätzold)
SF Fantasy Cardiff (cf.ac.uk)
"SF Fantasy Cardiff is a club for anyone who has an interest in Science Fiction, Fantasy, Literary Fiction, Horror, Telefantasy, Animation, Comic Books, Cult Films and Television. Meetings are held fortnightly on alternative Saturdays... Founded in 1988 we were formally Cardiffs Doctor Who local group, but as time passed the club developed an interest in other types of speculative fiction and thus in 1992 SF Fantasy Cardiff was born." (Jonathan "Jonjo" Jones)
The Slan Shack (city-net.com)
a collection of fannish URLs and home pages (Laurie Mann) (Laurie D. T. Mann)
Southwest Texas State University Science Fiction/Fantasy Society (swt.edu) Home Page.
"It is primarly made up of a number of links related to the Science Fiction and Fantasy fields, including a number of club related subjects, including their on going Live Action Vampire game." (Eric Bresie)
Swarthmore Warders of Imaginative Literature (SWIL) (swarthmore.edu)
(Melissa Binde (terindell.com), Joe Robins (swarthmore.edu), Erik Rosolowsky (swarthmore.edu))
Telgar Weyr (Fifth Pass) (murkworks.net)
(Deborah Fredericks)
Time Meddlers of Los Angeles/Outpost Gallifrey (concentric.net)
"The Home of L.A. Doctor Who Fandom: Gallifrey Conventions, The Time Meddlers of Los Angeles, and Ambrosia Comics and Collectables." (Shaun Lyon)

Fannish Home Pages: Deleted extinct links.

Clark, Aurora (eot.com)
Deckert, Dan (compuserve.com)
Ferguson, Tommy (globalserve.net)
Frost, Terry (netspace.com.au)
(Terry Frost)
Glover, Don, the younger (eaglewms.com)
(Don Glover the younger,
Middlemiss, Perry (apana.org.au)
(Perry Middlemiss)
Orman, Kate (mq.edu.au)
(Kate Orman)
Peltzner, Peter (geocities.com)
Rittenhouse, Jim (primenet.com)
(Jim Rittenhouse)
Robbins, Marge Home Page (netins.net)
(Marge Robbins)
Robins, Joe (swarthmore.edu)
Schneider, Mike (umn.edu)
Smith, Dick (iit.edu)
(Dick Smith)
Sneddon, Robert (nojay) (demon.co.uk)
(Robert Sneddon)
Sund, Bjorn Tore (uib.no)
Trash, Jim: Inside Jim's Head (demon.co.uk)
(Jim Trash)
Trystane's Favorite Science Fiction Authors (westol.com)
(Jeff Watson)
Wiseman, Geoffrey "Loki" (geocities.com)
(Geoffrey "Loki" Wiseman)

Fiction: Deleted extinct links.

The SF-Lovers archive (rutgers.edu) carries some amateur fiction.
Bill Barker: The Schwa Corporation (theschwacorporation.com)
"The site is an experiment in building an online science fiction environment in html. It is intended to be unique and so I don't know which category it might fit. Mystery, humor, terror. Like a lost artifact from a Philip Dick novel..." (Bill Barker)
Doering, Randal: Zahid's Tale: A Feast For The Ghouls (best.com)
"Set in a Medieval Middle Eastern fantasy world, Zahid's Tale is the narrative of Zahid Irsinmantal, a wizard of modest ability who is running out of power. Needing that power to protect the village where he lives, he is forced to return to the academy where he first learned magic, to receive advanced training... This site is NOT recommended for those under the emotional age of 18." (Randal Doering)
Randal Doering/Raj Fastaula MajaHid: A Feast For The Ghouls (best.com)
"...a collection of first-person fantasy war stories..." (Randal Doering)
Colin Greenland: A Passion For Lord Pierrot (ukonline.co.uk)
"An original short story by one of Britain's best known science fiction writers, first printed in the anthology Zenith 2." (Simon Bisson)
William J. Kushner: The Third Angel (familyhost.com) sample chapters
(Ann Olsen)
Michele Martin and Lizbeth Marcs: Battlestar Red (lazerlink.com)
"The now-infamous cross-universe plague by Michele Martin and Lizbeth Marcs that spawned an unholy union between Battlestar Galactica and Red Dwarf is in place at a WWW or FTP site near you..." Mirror copy at cobalt.demo.co.uk (demon.co.uk). (Lizbeth Marcs, Michele Martin)
Arthur Miriello: Tales of King Dunen (tripod.com)
"Tales of King Dunen took a year and a half to write and recently has gone through a final edit, unfortunately, not a professional edit. If readers express their interest, at least two other books will be added to the series. I hope you will enjoy the stories and make your comments known to me." (Arthur Miriello)
Pete Munford: Pete's Words (dircon.co.uk)
"The point of this page (since I could obviously never be accused of pretention) is to present to the discerning reader of science fiction and fantasy, a selection of my short stories. I'm hoping that this will mean I will get some kind of response and criticism so that I can improve what I'm doing." (Pete Munford)
Alexandre Muniz: Scribblings (cyberhighway.net)
"I've written a bunch of science fiction and fantasy short stories. Here they are. Please send comments to help me improve them, or at least so that I know someone out there is reading them." (Alexandre Muniz)
James Theopistos: Wayward Pass (tripod.com)
"This story is a science fiction based spaghetti western. The main character, a retired police officer, has only one goal in life, which is to kick back, relax, and let the stars race by as he pilots his freighter ship from one delivery to the next. That is until he finds himself having to land on the hick planet of Wayward." (James Theopistos)
Lynda Williams: Speculative Fiction Gallery of Web Fiction (unbc.edu)
(Lynda Williams (unbc.edu))
John Zakour: Doomsday Brunette. (psnw.com)
An "interactive sci fi mystery novel." (John Zakour)
Various authors: SF on-line index (steampunk.com)
Links to on-line novels, sample chapters and short stories. (John R. R. Leavitt)
Various authors: Shipbuilding (btinternet.com)
"This was an anthology edited and published by a few members of the Glasgow Science Fiction Writer's Circle in the form of a high-quality paperback, for the 53rd World Science Fiction Convention here in Scotland a few years ago [1995]... Since all the copies are long gone, I've recently put the book up on the web..." (Gary M. Gibson)
Various authors: Savetz's Unofficial Internet Public Domain Index (northcoast.com)
The first category listed is Literature. "This index contains pointers to works that are in the public domain. Public domain doesn't mean "shareware." It isn't a work that is owned by somebody else, who allows you to use it for free. It isn't software distributed under the "GNU Public License," or a copyrighted book that the author has put online. Public domain means that the creator of the work, with no strings attached, has given up all rights to the work. It means that you may do anything with the work that you want - read it, publish it, put it on CD-ROM, change it. Public domain doesn't mean a work is owned by no one; it means it is owned by everyone." (Kevin Savetz)
Corey Hamilton: The Last Wanderer (sunink.com)
"A thousand years ago The Empire of Man was crushed by the Nothen, a cool and calculating race that defeated man with his own weakness and were betrayed from within by one of their own, and hunted out of existence. Freedom now exists only under half metre lead sheilding, or on backwater worlds yet to acheive a level of technology worthy of harvesting. It is on one of these backwater worlds our story begins. It is the story of a strange boy who may be The Last Wanderer." (Corey Hamilton)
Al Schneider: The Journals of Chaos (clara.net)
"In a far, far distant galaxy lies the unstable Planet Chaos, serving as a penal colony for the dregs and outcasts of the Universe, much as the continent of Australia once served merry old England. In the struggle between the forces of Order and Chaos, Order has for long held the upper hand and used it to rid Earth and other worlds of evil vermin. The recently discovered Journals of Chaos tell of the struggles of the exiles and the power growing within their ranks In particular, the Council of Chaos is rapidly becoming a force to be reckoned with. Currently the word being sent back from outer space is: Beware of Merlor, High Lord of Chaos!" (Ian Kirk (clara.net))

Mailing Lists: Deleted extinct links.

ERBlist - the Edgar Rice Burroughs Listserver (att.net)
"Ever wanted to share your enthusiasm for Edgar Rice Burroughs with others of like mind? Now you can! Ever wondered where questions about Vad Varo, Korak or Lieutenant Otto Butzow might be answered? Right here! You are invited to join an on-line, on-going discussion of Edgar Rice Burroughs and his works. It promises to be a lively and fun way to discuss your favorite author. To join send email addressed to: erblist(at)worldnet.att.net with the word SUBSCRIBE as the subject line." (Tangor)
FSF (thenet.co.uk) - Fantasy and Science Fiction mailing list
"What is the purpose of this list? Its aim is quite simply to promote intelligent discussion of Science Fiction and Fantasy. I got tired of all the SPAM and flame fests on usenet and I'm trying to create an interesting alternative..." (Eoghann Irving)
koontz - Dean R. Koontz Mailing List (dean-koontz.com)
List Address: koontz(at)esosoft.com. To subscribe, send an e-mail to koontz-request(at)esosoft.com. Leave the subject line blank, and the message should just say subscribe. "The Dean Koontz Mailing List is set up for the sharing and expression of ideas, thoughts and anything related to the author. All topics are open for discussion. Please be considerate though - if you want to talk about something that may give the ending away to those of us who have not read the book in question, please include something in the subject line to warn us; ie, 'Spoiler'." (Gareth Challis)
MRT - The Modern Renaissance Tableau (navicom.com)
"A Newsletter on Popular Culture and Literature.. Among other things, it will publish short fantasy and science fiction stories. But it also will contain reviews and essays on a variety of topics." (Ty Inoue)
SciFaiku Mailing List (umich.edu)
"The SciFaiku Mailing List is a forum for sharing science-fiction haiku, which you can read plenty about at the SciFaiku Manifesto (umich.edu), e.g. * on these radioactive * wastelands of Earth... * the shrill cry of a loon * Participants share poetry, criticism, thoughts about style, and events going on in the SciFaiku community." (Tom Brinck (umich.edu)) The SciFaiku Mailing List is no longer in existence.
Gaming Intelligence (rpg.net)
"Gaming Intelligence is a free weekly newsletter sent out by email and archived on our Web site. It focuses on the gaming industry, specifically roleplaying, card games (collectible or not), miniatures/wargaming, play by mail, live action, board, and related games." They have a modest "Links" page, but you should also read through the archives if you're looking for more on-line resources. (Mitchell J. Gross)

Movie Resources: Deleted extinct links.

The Fly-By-Night Fantasy/Sci-Fi Image Gallery and Sound Archive (wt.net)
(Jonathan Quick) [This page is gone as far as I can tell.]
Horror Films: a Bibliographic Guide (slaughter.net)
(Benjamin S. Cohen)
Science Fiction Gallery (scifig.com)
"This web space is not a place of business... It is manned by fans and enthusiasts... What we do have are interesting viewpoints about some of the recent sci-fi offerings, as well as some interesting looks back at classics. These pages include listings of the important matinee features that explore science fiction, going all the way back to the first silent films that dealt with the subject. Our goal is to incite discussions on serious science fiction topics, works, and new ideas."
Yahoo movie links (yahoo.com)
Feasible Fantasy: (videomaker.com) How to Create Convincing Sci-Fi on a Low Budget, by Bernard Wilkie
"Have you ever wanted to make a sci-fi video, complete with sleek starships, strange worlds, and bug-eyed monsters, but feared it would require a budget worthy of Aliens or Star Wars?" (Joe McCleskey)
SFRevu (aol.com)
"SFRevu brings you reviews and interviews from the world of Science Fiction and Fantasy every month... Editor Ernest Lilley and regular contributors Steven Sawicki, Linda Zimmermann, and Tony Tellado delve into their reading stacks and popcorn boxes each month to find the best SF has to offer. Upcoming issues promise more interviews with Hugo winners and up and coming authors of the genre. We are frequently joined by guest reviewers and contributors (know something you want to write about for us?) and never give copy editor Sharon Archer enough time to straighten out our tangled text." (Ernest Lilley)
WWWF Grudge Match (cornell.edu)
Vote for who'd win in such classic match-ups as Enterprise vs. Death Star, Khan vs. Lex Luthor, and so forth. A new grudge match every week, with the funniest comments from previous match-ups available for your perusal.

Individual Movies: Deleted extinct links.

Aliens Home Page (tudelft.nl)
Everything you ever needed to know about Alien, but were afraid to ask! (E. de Vos)
Back to the Future: Doc. Brown's Institute for Future Technology (mca.com)
"For all of you ``Back to the Future'' fans... You can now get a coupon to bypass the line at ``Back to the Future... The Ride'' by browsing the new Universal Studios Hollywood site on the World-Wide-Web. The site will give you a tour of Doc. Brown's Institute for Future Technology, which only exists on the Web. Once you've completed the site, you can download and print your certificate... it lets the bearer use the back-door entrance to the ride normally reserved for celebrities, politics and members of the press. Enjoy!" (Tracy Grand)
Star Wars Trilogy Web Site (starwars.com)
The official home page.
Star Wars and sequels: resource guide (upenn.edu)
Big archive of everything to do with the films: cast lists, trivia, role-playing information, scripts, comics and pictures. (Jason Ruspini)
Star Wars links at Yahoo (yahoo.com)
Lots of Star Wars links.
Star Wars - Bubba Fett: a lost hope (imagesmith.com)
"Inundated with Star Wars hype, the "terminally clever" Imagesmith crew spends nine non-stop days and nights creating a spectacular monument to the glory of George Lucas and the dangers of spare time. Braving global ridicule and harsh, flu-like conditions, the team perseveres and the end result is this site: the "behind-the-scenes" story of famous galatic bounty hunter Boba Fett and his older, unemployed brother, Bubba... Coming soon: New scenes that were cut from The Empire Strikes Back. ["Put Captain Solo next to the Klondike Bars...."] Note: This site is not affilated with LucasFilm in any way. It's a parody site. May the Force be with you and please don't sue us." (Brant Smith)
Star Wars novelisations - Australian Star Wars site (unisuper.com.au) at unisuper.com.au, expected to move to a new site (powerup.com.au) soon. (Bruce Jewell)
Wax, or the discovery of television among the bees (virginia.edu) (David Blair)
The hypermedia version of David Blair's 1991 feature-length independent film.

Movie Studios: Deleted extinct links.

Paramount Pictures (paramount.com)

Music, Radio, Misc. Audio: Deleted extinct links.

Glenn Arthur: What is "Filk"? (digex.net)
(D. Glenn Arthur Jr.)
Avalon Rising (well.com)
Joe Bethancourt's Web Site (primenet.com)
"...with all kinds of Interesting Stuff and Wierd Things!" (Joe Bethancourt)
Jeremy Skinner's Celtic-Filk-Folk On-Line Connections (websolutions.mb.ca) Lots of links to other sites.
(Jeremy Skinner)
Solomon Davidoff's Real Neato Peachy Keen Filk and Music Page (bgsu.edu)
(Solomon Davidoff)
NYU-ITP Filk Project (nyu.edu)
"We are a group of four graduate students at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, who are involved in a project developing a device/interface to enhance filksings... We have set up a website for folks in the filk community to both see what we're up to and to help us with suggestions as the project goes along. Input is essential to what we're doing and eagerly sought! ...This project's success is ultimately dependent upon our ability to come up with a device that is of use to the filk community; without suggestions and feedback from the community we are nowhere! So please swing by our website and help with the dialogue so that the project can be a success for all concerned. (Matthew C. Davis)
Pegasus Publishing (fastlane.net)
Quicksilver Fantasies (1stworldmall.com)
Steve Savitzky's music page (ricoh.com)
Tom Smith's Filk Page (izzy.net) "home of the World's Fastest Filker"
(Tom Smith)
Rosemary Waghorn's Filk Links (rmit.edu.au)
(Rosemary Waghorn)
Mike Hodel's Hour 25 (flash.net)
"The science fiction radio program has been heard on on Friday nites on KPFK fm in Los Angeles for 25 years. Our guests have included science fiction authors, astronauts, screenwriters, scientists, filk singers, special effects experts, actors - in general people of interest to science fiction fans. Hour 25 was founded by newsman Mike Hodel. After his death in 1986, his friend Harlan Ellison renamed the show and hosted it for a year. A number of other hosts followed, including J. Michael Straczynski. The current host is aerospace engineer and TV personality Warren James." (Terry Hodel)
The Warp Zone (southwind.net)
"The Warp Zone is a weekly science fiction talk show that airs Sundays at 3pm on Wichita's #1 talk radio station AM 1330 KFH. Show hosts Brian and Frank will talk about current happenings in the science fiction realm, interview the biggest names in science fiction and give you the tastiest tidbits of gossip about your favorite shows." (Patrick Murphy)

Publishers: Deleted extinct links.

Avon Books (avonbooks.com)
Borgo Press (bville.com)
Harper Collins Publishers UK: The World of Voyager (harpercollins.co.uk)
"I work at HarperCollinsPublishers UK which has the Voyager science fiction & fantasy imprint. Voyager authors include Aldiss, Asimov, Clarke, Eddings, Feist, Gibson, Tolkien, Wurts and many more. Voyager has launched a web site which is run as a weekly magazine with news, interviews, features, contests, discussions and links to other sites. The site is best viewed under Netscape 2.0." (Mark Bishop)
LucasArts Entertainment Company (lucasarts.com)
"LucasArts Entertainment Company is a leading international developer and publisher of entertainment and educational software..." (Jason Deadrich and Brien Bonet)
Martian Spring Unlimited Publishing (starlink.com)
"Science Fiction Online Publishing." (Michael Williams)
Silly Little Troll Publications (pobox.com)
"Silly Little Troll Publications is an electronic publishing enterprise dedicated to the reemergence of provocative writing in the information age. Why on the Internet? Because it's the most open, exhilarating, receptive place in the modern world. Because it's full of gentle souls, bad-tempered grinches, apostles of new answers, and outright loonies--the ideal mix for a stimulating exchange of ideas."
Spectrum Multimedia (medianovel.com)
Novels on CD. (Linda Huelsman)
The Stars of David (the-stars-of-david.com)
Small publisher offering a "double" (two novels in one paperback) book.
Terra Fantastica Publishing House (tf.ru)
"Terra Fantastica is Publishing House generally interested in publishing science fiction, fantasy and horror books -- both translated and original." Based in St. Petersburg, Russia. (Serge Barros)

Reviews and criticism: Deleted extinct links.

Folklore (tfs.net)
Lots of big graphics, only works with a frames-enabled browser, and beware of the scrolling Javascript message. (And I haven't been able to figure out what the name of the site has to do with s.f./fantasy book reviews.) The author of the site, who calls him/herself "Tooner," promises to have new reviews up every month of old and new books. (Tooner)
Doug Ingram's library (shrubbery.com)
"Short reviews of 300+ works of speculative fiction (mostly) and other kinds of books. Continually updated, with a mailbag for feedback." (Doug Ingram)
Kiwi Spring's Science Fiction and Fantsy Review (aol.com)
"The Science Fiction and Fantasy Review is run by fans, and any fan will have the chance to publish his thoughts here. Please check it out, for without your support, we can't operate!" (Chris)
Samuel Lubell's Science Fiction and Fantasy Reviews (serve.com)
"This site reviews science fiction and fantasy books. Many reviews are thematic, comparing several books on similar themes. The reviews are linked to each other and to the WWW. New reviews added monthly." (Samuel Lubell)
Beth Martin's Bookcase (cornell.edu)
"I'll be constantly adding reviews as I read books, at the moment I've got 15 or so. If anyone wanted to contribute anything, drop me a line." (Beth Martin)
Phillip College Speculative Fiction Home Page (spirit.com.au)
"I teach SF at Phillip College, Canberra, Australia, and have put up several of the best students' essays, some short stories and several reviews on the Web, all linked to SF study." (Michael Sisley) [This page is gone as far as I can tell.]
SFRevu (aol.com)
"SFRevu brings you reviews and interviews from the world of Science Fiction and Fantasy every month... Editor Ernest Lilley and regular contributors Steven Sawicki, Linda Zimmermann, and Tony Tellado delve into their reading stacks and popcorn boxes each month to find the best SF has to offer. Upcoming issues promise more interviews with Hugo winners and up and coming authors of the genre. We are frequently joined by guest reviewers and contributors (know something you want to write about for us?) and never give copy editor Sharon Archer enough time to straighten out our tangled text." (Ernest Lilley)
"A Brief Historical Survey of Women Writers of Science Fiction" (utexas.edu)
(Tonya J. Browning)

Role-Playing and other SF-related Games: Deleted extinct links.

d8 magazine World Wide Web Information Access Center (voicenet.com)
"The magazine of role playing culture." (d8 magazine)
Gaming Conventions Information Page (ios.com)
(Prince Etrigan)
Gaming Intelligence (rpg.net)
"Gaming Intelligence is a free weekly newsletter sent out by email and archived on our Web site. It focuses on the gaming industry, specifically roleplaying, card games (collectible or not), miniatures/wargaming, play by mail, live action, board, and related games." They have a modest "Links" page, but you should also read through the archives if you're looking for more on-line resources. (Mitchell J. Gross)
Petersen's Role-Playing Game Internet Resource Guide (ukans.edu)
(Paul Tobia, Oliver Rosenkranz)
Roleplaying - What, Who, Where and Why? (aquapal.co.uk)
Has a lot of gaming links. Looks like a good resource page. "When you were young one of the games you played may have been let's pretend where you pretended to be a doctor or a character from a film or television program etc. Roleplaying (or RPG) is the natural extension of that childhood game. Each Roleplay system has a set of guidelines of what should happen in certain events. These systems explain how magic works (if applicable) and how to simulate combat, illness and other skills..." (Jason Anthony (aquapal.co.uk))
Smash Magazine (mgz.com)
"The Web Magazine of Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Gaming and Comics." And apart from those, this new e-zine also has a near-term listing of upcoming "Shows and Conventions" over the next couple of months, broken down by Comic Books, Gaming, Medieval/Renaissance Fairs, and Science Fiction (in that order).

Individual Games and Game Systems: Deleted Links.

Fourth Millennium RPG (interlog.com)
Galactic Empires Frequently Asked Questions (companiongames.com)
(Dave Van Cleef)
Magic - Yahoo: Recreation: Games: Card Games: Collectible Card Games: Magic--The Gathering (yahoo.com)

Online Games: Deleted Links.

CarinaeMUSH (magibox.net)
"I'm the former administrator of CarinaeMUSH. I'm just writing to let you know that Carinae has been down now for a couple of years, so you can yank the link from your page if you like." [Feb 2000] (Peter McLachlan)
ColoniesMUCK (atlantic.net)
"The year, 1 UCC (United Colonies Calendar), a group of accidental arrivals and a planned Colonization mission meet in a new galaxy. The year, 6 UCC, the separate factions have formed a loose coalition government, all the while colonizing and expanding their respective holdings. The main factions are....the United Colonies Government (a weak central government), the Independent Colonization Fleet (a planned mission, made up of 7 separate races), the Rodent Exploration Fleet (a group of genetic engineered explorers) and TranStar Incorporated (a corporate-government)."
"ColoniesMUCK is an online world for themed role-playing. It has extensive programs to automate common tasks (character to character combat, starship combat) as well as programs to provide 'background' functions (language simulation, stores, etc.). There is no building building quota so players can add onto the universe. Homepage and character submission form are at the web page. The muck is located at [telnet]spots.snowmeow.com 7000 (snowmeow.com). Stop in for a visit, and log in using CONNECT GUEST GUEST. Guests are always welcome to explore and read our help and background files." [Note: their web page uses a marquee effect on your status bar.] (Forest L. Burns)
FrontierMOO (lightsphere.com) - The Frontier Available at [telnet]moo.astroarch.com, port 7000 (astroarch.com) or via their web page.
"You've arrived. It's the farthest reaches of the known universe, at the end of the charted netspace. In this small star system, on the edge of the unknown, is a planet, for now just known as Frontier. It is a thriving, growing world, a colony of settlers from many other worlds and cultures. Anyone can settle here, and (most) land is free for the claiming. Frontier is a virtual world, full of fantastic and unusual places to explore... and a community, where you can meet and chat with other people. There aren't many rules. What you build here is up to you - anything goes. So come in and join us. Welcome to the Frontier! ...FrontierMOO is an online community and text-based virtual reality. It is based on the LambdaMOO server, an object-oriented multi-user server application. You can telnet to it or browse from the web. Inside the virtual space you'll find people's homes, offices, shops, games, landscapes, fantasies... the only limit is their (and your) imagination. Anyone can join, and anyone can build onto the virtual landscape, and the only skills you'll need are the ability to write a few paragraphs... The Web pages here are served both from apache-httpd and from the MOO itself." (Jackie Hamilton)

Game Companies: Deleted Links.

Companion Games (companiongames.com)
(Dave Van Cleef)
Fractal Dimensions (mandarin.org)
"Fractal Dimensions is a games publisher dedicated to publishing the Fractal Spectrum magazine, SORD - System Of Role Development RPG, and Gamelet microgames." (Donald J.A. Redick)
Iron Crown Enterprises (ironcrown.com)
They have two major games on the market at the moment: Rolemaster, a very in-depth game system; and MERP, which stands for Middle Earth Role Playing. This game is based on J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy as well as the Hobbit. The system is similiar to Rolemaster.
LucasArts Entertainment Company (lucasarts.com)
"LucasArts Entertainment Company is a leading international developer and publisher of entertainment and educational software..." (Jason Deadrich and Brien Bonet)
Wizards of the Coast (wizards.com)
(Alex)

Television: Deleted extinct links.

SF-Lovers archive (rutgers.edu) at Rutgers
(Saul Jaffe)
The Fly-By-Night Fantasy/Sci-Fi Image Gallery and Sound Archive (wt.net)
(Jonathan Quick) [This page is gone as far as I can tell.]
The Sci-Fi Domain (geocities.com)
"This site is dedicated to bringing you all the latest sci-fi news and interviews from all around the world." Updated often, concentrates mostly on television, with updates on UK broadcast schedules. (Craig "Carnage" Lawrenson)

Television Shows: Deleted extinct links.

The Avengers Home Page (ualberta.ca)
(James Dawe)
Babylon Five: lurker's guide (midwinter.com) (Stephen Grimm)
Babylon Five: Babcom (nueva.pvt.k12.ca.us) (Alexei Kosut)
Babylon Five: resource guide (nwu.edu) (Robert Lentz)
Babylon Five: Voltayre's Encyclopedia Xenobiologica (utexas.edu) (Christopher Novosad)
Sigma 956 (calligrafix.co.uk) "Information on Specific topics of Babylon 5." (Chris Warren, Thomas Whittaker)
Things we didn't know about Kosh (panix.com) (This consists of a bunch of pictures drawn of Kosh in various guises.) (John Staats)
The Universe of Battlestar Galactica (lazerlink.com) at lazerlink.com "This is the place to see new pictures every week, to read plenty of stories and humor bits written by fans, to read some poetry, to enjoy that which was so limited on television due to network cancellation. Come explore the Universe of Battlestar Galactica."
The Forever Knight: home page at sony.com (sony.com)
Deep 13 - MST3k Information (cobaltgroup.com)
"Be warned, this has not been updated in 12 months!" (Liem Bahneman)
The Prisoner: archive (ul.ie)
(Patrick LoPresti and Liam Relihan)
Quark Homepage (primenet.com)
(Ralph Luethy)
Quatermass: archive (usf.edu)
(Greg Quinn)
Red Dwarf fan page at fys.ruu.nl (ruu.nl)
(Haaino Beljaars)
Robin of Sherwood (interport.net)
seaQuest (simplenet.com)
(Eric Boyd)
Sliders (Universal Channel) (mca.com) at mca.com
"Sliders chronicles the adventures of four pioneers who have discovered how to slide through parallel dimensions of Earth, experiencing and exploring Earth 1996 as it would be if a different path had been taken either personally or historically."
Space: 1999 Cybrary (cyber library) (cybrary1999.com)
"The Space: 1999 Cybrary is a fan-produced and maintained, not-for-profit web site, designed to encourage, promote, and reignite interest in the 1975-1977 British television series Space: 1999. Launched on December 8, 1996, the Cybrary was created in homage to the creators, cast, and crew of Space: 1999; and as a gift and central reference source for the fans of the series..." Has an extensive Space 1999 Internet Resources (cybrary1999.com) links page. (Robert Ashley Ruiz)
Time Trax: TraxOnline (cdsnet.net)
"An online guide to Time Trax and Dale Midkiff." (Matt Quinn)
Tom Corbett Space Cadet (laser.net)
(Ed Pippin)
UFO: The World Of Kane's UFO Page (hiwaay.net)
(Jonathan Scott)
Bureau of Federal Investigation: X-Files Div. (ssc.com) (Liem Bahneman)
J's X-Files Home Page (simplenet.com) Site is shut down, but has a new URL.
X-Filing Cabinet (icontech.com) (Rhondda Lake)
SF-Lovers archive (rutgers.edu)
Blake's Seven (rutgers.edu)
Ray Bradbury Theatre (rutgers.edu)
Doctor Who (rutgers.edu)
Max Headroom (rutgers.edu)
The New Twilight Zone (rutgers.edu)
The Outer Limits (rutgers.edu)
The Prisoner (rutgers.edu)
Quantum Leap (rutgers.edu)
Quark (rrnet.com) (Lisa Jenkins)
Red Dwarf (rutgers.edu)
Sapphire and Steel (rutgers.edu)
SeaQuest (rutgers.edu)
Something Is Out There (rutgers.edu)
Space Rangers (rutgers.edu)
Space: 1999 (rutgers.edu)
Star Blazers (rutgers.edu)
Star Cops (rutgers.edu)
The Tomorrow People (rutgers.edu)
The Twilight Zone (rutgers.edu)
Brigitte Jellinek's Star Trek resource guide (netshop.net)
Also available at Stargames Austria (stargames.co.at). (Brigitte Jellinek)
Robert Lentz's Babylon Five/Star Trek resource guide (nwu.edu)
(Robert Lentz)

Star Trek: Deleted extinct links.

Star Trek: Deep Space 9 Press Release Web Page (bradley.edu)
"Information about episodes, novels, comics, international schedules, and more" (David Henderson)
Star Trek: Voyager Press Release Web Page (bradley.edu)
"Information about episodes, novels, comics, international schedules, and more" (David Henderson)
Star Trek movie links at Yahoo (yahoo.com)
Lots of Star Trek movie-related links.
Sev Trek (powerup.com.au)
"Welcome to Sev Trek, the largest collection of Star Trek comics on the Internet. You'll find competitions, cartoons taking off all the Trek shows, links to other Star Trek web sites in The Great Link and more!" (John Cook)
rec.arts.startrek Netiquette Guide (bradley.edu)
(David Henderson)
rec.arts.startrek Spoiler list (bradley.edu)
(David Henderson)
Boston Star Trek Association (aol.com)
(Linda Schneider)
The Federation - A Star Trek Fan Association (xoom.com)
"This site introduces you to the organization, its structure and leadership, and provides an application and chapter search. Additionally, it has pointers to the sites for the latest information on the current incarnations of STAR TREK." (Alan L. Ravitch)
Federation Europe (websters.ie)
(Damon Matthew Wise)
The USS Excalibur Homepage (soton.ac.uk)
A web page for the USS Excalibur Star Trek fan club, Bournemouth (UK). (Sean Douch)
The Official Cardassian Web Page (aol.com)
(Tiffany L. Edenfield)
Cardassia's Prime: The Cardassian Fan Club (aol.com)
"Cardassia's Prime: The Cardassian Fan Club is a richly entertaining and lively club. It is a non-profit organization, created to entertain and involve supporters and fans of the Cardassians, the aliens who make Star Trek: Deep Space Nine such an excellent show. The Club's official charity is the Pediatrics AIDS Foundation." (Tiffany L. Edenfield)
The Darmok Dictionary (wavefront.com)
"``Darmok'' is an episode from the fifth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation in which the Enterprise encounters an alien race, the Children of Tama, whose language has so far eluded human comprehension." (Raphael Carter)
Paramount Pictures (paramount.com)

Usenet miscellanea: Deleted extinct links.

Callahan's Place Information (su.oz.au)
The newsgroup alt.callahans is loosely based on the `Callahan's Bar' stories by Spider Robinson. This page points to introductions to the group, information about regular posters, netiquette guides etc. (John Ockerbloom and David Mar)

Writers Resources: Deleted extinct links.

The Market List (greyware.com)
Free genre market listing of pro, semi-pro, and small press markets. It is available from the page in two formats, WinHelp and ASCII, is compiled bimonthly, and market updates (new magazines, closings, changes in pay rates, etc.) are posted to the web page daily in the interrim. (Christopher Holliday)
Notes War (deltanet.com)
"Notes War is a continuing epic where anything can happen, because anyone can write part of the story. We edit to keep the writing quality up and to keep the story semi-coherent, but its anarchy, along with pop culture references and outlandish plot elements, are a big part of its charm." (Charles Kupperman)
Short Fiction Market Response Times Surveys (steampunk.com)
Survey of response times by science fiction and fantasy magazines to short fiction submissions. (Greg Costikyan; John R. R. Leavitt)
The Writers Conference (writersconf.com)
"At The Writers' Conference you will find professional writers and editors from every genre and discipline to answer your questions, offer tips and suggestions, and talk honestly with you about the art and craft and business of writing. You will find old friends and make new ones as you work to become a better writer and move closer to your goal to sell your work and see it in print or on the screen. The Writers' Conference will have guest speakers, Q-and-A sessions with writers on tour, script evaluation programs, access to agents, books for sale -- in short, all the features of traditional writers' conferences..." ... "The Writer's Conference folded quite a few years ago. Apparently, the creators ran out of funds and enthusiasm. One of them, Rod Thorpe (Die Hard and Green River) died in 1999." (Patricia Hernandez)
Writer's Links (grahamliteraryagency.com)
sponsored by Graham Literary Agency. (Susan L. Graham)
Gerlinger Science Fiction Agency (ml.org)
"I've established a German literary agency specialising in introducing US science fiction and fantasy authors to the German market. This is done by (a) directly approaching US authors via the net and (b) by acting as a subagent to US literary agencies." (Johannes Gerlinger)

Zines, Magazines, Web E-zines: Deleted extinct links.

Tangent (tangentonline.com)
"Tangent is a quarterly magazine that features reviews of every story in all major North-American Science Fiction and Fantasy professional magazines, many mass-market anthologies, most semi-professional magazines, and many small press offerings." (Dave Truesdale) [Updated Oct 2001]
Current Fanzines In Mainstream SF Fanzine Fandom (smithway.org)
compiled, edited by rich brown. This is "our" list of fannish fanzines. (rich brown, R.L. Smith-Graham)
Turkish Delight Duplicator Recipe (ed.ac.uk)
"We still use a "Turkish Delight" duplicator for small print run stuff (apa contribs, small con newsletters of the informal persuasion) and security printing (Postscript output -> ghostscript -> 9 pin printer -> coloured Banda paper --> unduplicatable tickets for whisky tastings etc). Anyway, here's Jenny's recipe (as obtained from a friend of a friend of a 'freedom fighter' who apparently used to run across the veldt duplicating leaflets with one hand and scattering them with another ...)" (Steve and Jenny Glover)
Adelaide Fan Review (apc.org)
"to the best of my knowledge the Adelaide Fan Review is essentially defunct; Roman may have it online somewhere, but it's kinda orphaned." (Roman Orszanski, Juliette Woods, Damien Warman)
Factsheet Five (well.com)
"FactSheet Five is the central clearinghouse of information about zines, those opinionated publications with press runs of 50 to 5000." Edited by Jerod Pore and Seth Friedman. (Jerod Pore)
Festivale (werple.net.au)
"Festivale is an arts and entertainment magazine created in Melbourne, Australia... Has a strong SF content. In fact most of the contributors are SF fans."
4eNet (aol.com) - Forry Ackerman's Fandom
"Forrysite has been chucked. I was getting too much Forry hate mail to keep it up." (Alan and DeDee White)
Gaming Intelligence (rpg.net)
"Gaming Intelligence is a free weekly newsletter sent out by email and archived on our Web site. It focuses on the gaming industry, specifically roleplaying, card games (collectible or not), miniatures/wargaming, play by mail, live action, board, and related games." They have a modest "Links" page, but you should also read through the archives if you're looking for more on-line resources. (Mitchell J. Gross)
Infinity Online (america.net)
Infinity Online is a webzine dedicated to speculative fiction and related topics. Our goal is to provide our readers with new science fiction and fantasy stories each month along with a mixture of columns and articles about topics such as computer games, gadgets, gizmos and events (like conventions, festivals, etc). (Jeff Ammons)
Knight Space (abdn.ac.uk)
The magazine of the Aberdeen University SF Society.
Kokkei Tinbun (Funny News) Home Page (rim.or.jp)
"Welcome to the Weekly E-zine Kokkei Tinbun homepage. Kokkei Tinbun is the online newspaper for Kokkei lover. You'll find this page is completely waste of time." (Nashida Atsushi)
The Ministry of Sci-Fi Information (simplenet.com)
"The main emphasis of this page is to be a huge review center for Sci-Fi on the web. This page is satirical and does not claim that any news, view or comment presented on it is for any purpose but speculation." A graphics-heavy site, but it does serve as a gateway to a host of different sf resources, mostly movie and tv-related. (Mordren)
Mission Profile Online Newsletter (treknews.com)
A Star Trek webzine. "Mission profile is published monthly on the World Wide Web. It is posted on or about the 20th of each month." (Jason Ellis)
Notes War (deltanet.com)
"Notes War is a continuing epic where anything can happen, because anyone can write part of the story. We edit to keep the writing quality up and to keep the story semi-coherent, but its anarchy, along with pop culture references and outlandish plot elements, are a big part of its charm." (Charles Kupperman)
Omphalos (steampunk.com)
Review zine. Edited by John Leavitt. (John R. R. Leavitt)
SFRevu (aol.com)
"SFRevu brings you reviews and interviews from the world of Science Fiction and Fantasy every month... Editor Ernest Lilley and regular contributors Steven Sawicki, Linda Zimmermann, and Tony Tellado delve into their reading stacks and popcorn boxes each month to find the best SF has to offer. Upcoming issues promise more interviews with Hugo winners and up and coming authors of the genre. We are frequently joined by guest reviewers and contributors (know something you want to write about for us?) and never give copy editor Sharon Archer enough time to straighten out our tangled text." (Ernest Lilley)
Smash Magazine (mgz.com)
"The Web Magazine of Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Gaming and Comics." And apart from those, this new e-zine also has a near-term listing of upcoming "Shows and Conventions" over the next couple of months, broken down by Comic Books, Gaming, Medieval/Renaissance Fairs, and Science Fiction (in that order).
To be CONtinued (geocities.com)
The newsletter of the Midwest Science Fantasy Association. (Rich Jervis, John R. R. Leavitt) [Updated Oct 2001. The club website works but there's no zine visible.]
Voyager: Harper Collins Publishers UK's Weekly Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine (harpercollins.co.uk)
"I work at HarperCollinsPublishers UK which has the Voyager science fiction and fantasy imprint. Voyager authors include Aldiss, Asimov, Clarke, Eddings, Feist, Gibson, Tolkien, Wurts and many more. Voyager has launched a web site which is run as a weekly magazine with news, interviews, features, contests, discussions and links to other sites. The site is best viewed under Netscape 2.0." (Mark Bishop)
Attitude (smithway.org)
Sample pages, of this Nova-winning and Hugo-nominated fanzine. (R.L. Smith-Graham)
The Fractal (gmu.edu)
"The Fractal is a journal of science fiction and fantasy founded in 1992, and recently nominated for the Writer's Digest Fiction 50." ...Web page lists our guidelines for submission, upcoming events, and contains info on each issue produced, scans of cover art and direct e-mail to staff members.
Eidolon SF On-Line (midnight.com.au)
Federation Chronicles (treknews.com)
"FedChron is a quarterly Star Trek fanzine. We're one of the few fanzines that is published with full color on glossy paper, and our special digest size makes us ideal for taking with you when you roam the galaxy." (Jason Ellis)
Cosmic Visions (cosmicvisions.com) Home Page
"Cosmic Visions is the award-winning magazine of sci-fi and fantasy which features the best fantastic fiction from both professional and new writers. Cover artwork is by some of the best artists in the galaxy, and a monthly review column covers the print, film, and gaming medias. Previous contributors include: Robert Silverberg, Thomas Ligotti, Lin Carter, and Brian Lumley (interview)." (John R. Fultz)
PLOT Magazine (compuserve.com)
"designed to encourage new and emerging writers in the genres of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and suspense" (Christina C. Russell)
Sci-Fi Universe (scifiu.com)
"Sci-Fi Universe covers genre movies, television, print, multi-media and more. It advertises itself as 'the magazine for science-fiction fans with a life.'" (Richard Solomon)
Star Trek Fanzine (flash.net)
"Star Trek Fanzine is a print zine searching for writers, poets, and artists to be published in our premiere issue." (James A. Hearn)

28 September 2001

Comics, Animation, and Anthropomorphics: Deleted extinct links.

Space Trash (rapidramp.net)
"An ongoing online sci-fi comic book adventure. Find out why outer space is no place for a person of breeding..." (Barry Munden)

Fiction: Deleted extinct links.

Barry Munden: Space Trash (rapidramp.net)
"An ongoing online sci-fi comic book adventure. Find out why outer space is no place for a person of breeding..." (Barry Munden)
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