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Rev. 17-Oct-2001

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* See also Multiple-author Resource Guides and the Bibliographies and lists section, if your favorite author doesn't have a home page listed here.
Lackey, Mercedes, Information page: Valdemar's Heartstone (ed.ac.uk)
"Archive of information relating to Mercedes Lackey and her works. Including information about other resouces available and includes a complete book list." (Ian Macdonald)
Lafferty, R.A. Lafferty Devotional Devotional Page (mulle-kybernetik.com)
"Dedicated to one-of-a-kind author R.A. Lafferty. Lafferty is to literature, what Dali is to painting." (Georg) [Updated Oct 2001]
Landis, Geoffrey (sff.net)
(Geoffrey Landis)
Lannes, Roberta (sff.net)
(Roberta Lannes)
Laumer, Keith: Bolo Central Command (bolocentral.org)
"In the late 1980's G.M.'s Bolo Division released the Mark I Bolo the latest innovation in military hardware. For the next several thousand years and over thousands of light years the Bolos have been the valiant defenders of Humanity from the Enemy. A site devoted to the Bolos as laid out by Keith Laumer. A fan discussion mailing group and many Bolo things you'll find nowhere else on the internet." (David A. Tyler) [Updated Oct 2001]
Lawrence, Conrad (well.com)
(Conrad Lawrence)
Lazarowitz, Steve's SF and Fantasy Home Page (sff.net)
"Home page of SF/Fantasy Author Steve Lazarowitz. Page includes links to online work, news, excerpts from unsold work and links to ezines, other authors and other SF/Fantasy related sights. In addition, an art gallery of Fantasy/SF art will soon be added." (Steve Lazarowitz)
Lee, Adam: official website (qed.net)
(Joe Mc Clure)
Lee, Sharon, and Miller, Steve: The Liaden Universe (korval.com)
(Steve Miller, Sharon Lee)
Lee, Tanith: Daughter of the Night: A Tanith Lee Bibliography (sympatico.ca)
(Jim Pattison)
Lee, Tanith: The Unofficial Page (feministsf.org)
(Laura Quilter) [Updated Oct 2001]
Le Guin, Ursula K.: The Unofficial Page (feministsf.org)
(Laura Quilter) [Updated Oct 2001]
Le Guin, Ursula K. Fan Page (levity.com)
(Robert Daeley, Christopher D. Ritter)
Leiber, Fritz: Lankhmar - The Home Page (demon.co.uk)
"The pages include a complete bibliography (including collection contents, short stories), reviews, biography etc with more to come." (David Read)
Leiber, Fritz: Odyssées (multimania.com)
"French site dedicated to Fritz Leiber with complete bibliography, book covers..." "(un site dédié à l'écrivain Fritz Leiber)" En Francais. (Bruno Para)
Leinster, Murray (sfsite.com) home page
(Steven H Silver)
L'engle, Madeleine: Bonastra (geocities.com)
"This page is an unofficial fan page, which aims to be a tribute to the genius of Madeleine L'engle, as well as a focal point for L'engle resources on the WWW. At the present, this page consists mainly of links to other L'engle resources on the WWW. In the near future, I will upload some of the notes that I have taken on L'engle's works, and plans are underway for an online QUOTABLE L'ENGLE database. Stay tuned for these and other goodies. If you have anything Madeleine-related that you want to see on these pages, please contact me." (C.C. Smith)
Lichtenberg, Jacqueline: Sime~Gen Welcommittee (simegen.com)
"...The fans of one of my published universes have created a 19 member webring devoted to that series, and with all the biographical and bibliographical info on me anyone could want..." (Jacqueline Lichtenberg)
Lisle, Holly (hollylisle.com)
"The site is much, much bigger now [as of Oct 2001], includes massive amounts of information on writing, a large and active writing community, free bi-monthly writing e-zine, large readers' site, and a lot of other things of interest to both readers of SF and Fantasy and writers in any genre." (Holly Lisle) [Updated Oct 2001]
Lewis, C.S.: Into the Wardrobe (drzeus.net)
"For those who have no idea about C. S. Lewis and his work, and are just looking for a fun site, there is plenty to investigate and enjoy right here, and what you find here may well lead you into years of enjoyable reading as you discover the existence of one of the finest writers of this [20th] century, and find out about his books." (John Visser) [Reinstated Oct 2001]
Long, Duncan's Home Page (duncanlong.com)
"Long's books deal with a variety of subjects. Title subjects include everything from chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons to a health manual. Long even has a manual in print that explains the ins and outs of becoming a freelance writer..." (Duncan Long) [Updated Oct 2001]
Lovecraft, H.P., The Archive (hplovecraft.com)
"Howard Phillips Lovecraft was a writer of weird fiction who died in 1937. Although he is best known as a horror writer, some believe his voluminous correspondence to be his greatest accomplishment. You can explore his many facets through the pages outlined below..." Includes sections on his life, his writings, his creations, criticism, popular culture, and other internet resources. (Donovan K. Loucks)
H.P. Lovecraft: The alt.horror.cthulhu Frequently-Asked-Questions list (hplovecraft.com)
(Donovan K. Loucks)
H.P. Lovecraft and the Cthulhu Mythos: The NetherReal (netherreal.de)
"Welcome to the land of nightmares, where normality exists hidden only through a delicate veil from ulimate terror. Dedicated to the works of H.P. Lovecraft and the Cthulhu Mythos, The NetherReal brings you fiction, art, poetry, articles, and reference material to further the world of terror Lovecraft introduced. Welcome to your most terrifying nightmare." (Jim Hawley) [Updated Oct 2001]
Lyris, Sonia Orin (emarket.com)
"Science fiction and fantasy author Sonia Orin Lyris invites you to visit her web site and check out some of her published stories and strange ideas." (Sonia Orin Lyris)

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