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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.
James D. Macdonald: Madhouse Manor (sff.net)
(James D. Macdonald)
[gopher] Tom Maddox: Locus articles (well.sf.ca.us)
Articles from the science fiction news magazine, mostly under the title "Reports from the Electronic Frontier".
Barry Malzberg: Overlay: Malzberg the Gamesman (geocities.com)
"Barry N. Malzberg is a great writer. His fiction is not necessarily pleasant, certainly not soothing or predictable, and never upbeat. But life isn't necessarily any of these things. Malzberg's writing is dark and, at the same time, funny. Malzberg is able to manipulate dramatic tensions within his work expertly, often allowing the reader to experience deeply deluded, confused, paranoid, or crazy human beings by delving into their psychologies (and more often than not, their psychoses too)." (Alvaro Zinos-Amaro)
George R.R. Martin: Dragonstone (bigpond.com) [Updated 26-Sep-2001]
Focusing mainly on on 'A Song of Ice and Fire.' (P.A. Gibbs)
Julian May's Pliocene Saga (gayspermbank.com). [Updated 27-Sep-2001]
(Stewart Blandon)
Nightmare Sagas: The Horror Fiction of Graham Masterton (eclipse.co.uk)
"Graham Masterton is one of those horror authors you can't help admire, never really reaching superstar status yet continually capable of coming up with the goods, well crafted and highly readable novels which explore avenues of horror that are rarely done quite as well. His are novels of ancient demons brought alive in the present, with an ever present Lovecraftian aura that never threatens to overwhelm Masterton's own original voice. He has been writing horror novels since the seventies, rode the horror boom of the eighties without being badly burned and survives into the nighties as an author still brimming with ideas; whose novels are rarely failures, more often pure streaks of genius infest his endlessly dark realms. All of them are set in the here and now, though an occasional vision of the past will shine through, and Masterton has managed to interweave countless mythologies into his work without ever trying to force them into a single panthenon."
Susan R. Matthews (sff.net) Home Page
(Maggie Nowakowska)
Bob Mayer/Bob McGuire/Robert Doherty Home Page (nettrends.com)
"Bob Mayer, author and writing instructor, also writes science fiction and special forces novels as Bob McGuire and Robert Doherty. With over a million books in print, he is published in seven countries." (Bob Mayer)
Anne McCaffrey: Pern FAQ (swcp.com)
Book list, McCaffrey's reading order, chronology, references, subjects frequently discussed in the newsgroup alt.fan.pern, Pern-based MUDs. (Taki Kogoma)
Ian McDonald (liu.se)
"Contains bibliography (both novels and short stories), reviews, an interview and a couple of articles." (Hans Persson)
Maureen F. McHugh (en.com)
(Maureen F. McHugh)
Vonda N. McIntyre's Property Under Development on the Verge of the Information Superhighway (sff.net)
"Information about books by Vonda N. McIntyre; links to a biography by Eileen Gunn (which I like to think has few facts but much truth) and "The Adventure of the Field Theorem," my Sherlock Holmes story (in which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle hires Sherlock Holmes to investigate crop circles), from Sherlock Holmes In Orbit; signed bookplates and other freebies; "Pitfalls of Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy, General Useful Information, and Other Opinionated Comments," by Vonda N. McIntyre, in serial form." (Vonda N. McIntyre)
The Halls of Mithgar - A Dennis L. McKiernan Fan Site (ulen.com)
"A fan site dedicated to the Mithgarian fantasy works of author Dennis L. McKiernan. Includes: maps, artworks, timelines, glossary, and javascript trivia." (Neal Ulen)
Melisa C. Michaels (sff.net) Home Page.
Contains some complete short stories and poems. (Melisa C. Michaels)
Sasha Miller (sff.net) [Updated 26-Sep-2001]
"Sasha Miller is the author of fantasy and historical novels, fantasy short stories, and a role playing game worldbook. A native of Oklahoma, she now lives in Colorado with her husband and two cats. Her latest fantasy novel is Ladylord, a 1996 Tor publication. She is a member of SFWA and of the Authors Guild. In addition to her work as a writer, Sasha is active in helping others learn how to write..." (Sasha Miller)
Sharon Lee and Steve Miller: The Liaden Universe (korval.com) [Updated 26-Sep-2001]
(Steve Miller, Sharon Lee) [Updated 27-Sep-2001]
Laura J. Mixon and Steven Gould's Home Page (thuntek.net)
(Laura J. Mixon)
Rebecca Moesta and Kevin J. Anderson: WordFire Inc. (wordfire.com)
(Catherine Ulatowski)
Michael Moorcock Homepage (eclipse.co.uk)
"Born in London in 1939, Michael Moorcock has had an important influence in fantasy and science fiction since the '60's. He started out at the age of fifteen as editor of the Tarzan Adventures magazine, eventually being thrown off the magazine for trying to publish too much prose (it was supposed to be a comic strip magazine)..." (Ian Davey)
Michael Moorcock: Stormbringer's Chaos Page (stormbringer.net)
"A page devoted to Michael Moorcock's fantasy anti-hero Elric of Melnibone with synopses and descriptions of all of the Elric stories and characters." (Scott Lindquist)
Daniel Keys Moran Semi-Official Web Page (kithrup.com)
(Sean Eric Fagan, David Silberstein)
James Morrow (sff.net) official web site
(Marlin May)
Peter Morwood and Diane Duane: The Owl Springs Partnership (owlsprings.com) [Updated 27-Sep-2001]
(Their home page.)

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