Links

In progress . . .

The Cimmerian

http://thecimmerian.com/

Eleanor Cameron
http://www.eleanorcameron.com/home.html
Although Eleanor Cameron, author of the Mushroom Planet series of books for children, was not a contributor to Weird Tales, I have included this link because of the influence she has had on so many writers of and on fantasy and science fiction.

The Eldritch Dark: The Sanctum of Clark Ashton Smith

http://www.eldritchdark.com/

The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction

http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/

The FictionMags Index

http://www.philsp.com/homeville/fmi/0start.htm

The Internet Speculative Fiction Database (ISFDb)

http://www.isfdb.org/

Howard Works: Robert E. Howard Bibliography

http://howardworks.com/howard.htm

The H.P. Lovecraft Archive

http://www.hplovecraft.com/

The Internet Movie Database (IMDb)

http://www.imdb.com/

Miskatonic University

http://www.yankeeclassic.com/miskatonic/welcome2.htm

Poe Studies Association

https://www.poestudiesassociation.org/

Pulp Artists

https://www.pulpartists.com/

Pulp Coming Attractions

http://www.pulpcomingattractions.com/

PulpFest

http://www.pulpfest.com/

The Pulp Magazines Project
http://www.pulpmags.org/

TENTACLII :: H.P. Lovecraft blog
by David Haden
https://tentaclii.wordpress.com/


2 comments:

  1. As a published horror writer myself, I would like to ask if you accept reciprocal links. If so, I would be glad to exchange links with you.

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    1. Hi, Singlem,

      Sorry for not replying before now. The page we're on here is for links to websites that are informational or educational. What is the nature of your website? Is it primarily informational/educational, or does it have more to do with your own fiction and/or writing? If it's the latter, maybe I should create a new page for you and other writers like you. I hesitate to create links to websites like that because of the objectionable content of so many websites and of so much art and writing related to fantasy and science fiction. Anyway, feel free to write back.

      Terence Hanley

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