Updates are handled by Chaz Boston Baden.
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Multiple-author Resource Guides
and the Bibliographies and
lists section, if your favorite author doesn't
have a home page listed here.
- J.R.R. Tolkien:
- A rather large collection of links to Tolkien resources, with the
Various, Pictures, FAQ, FTP, Link Collections, Parodies, Games,
Languages, Magazines, Fonts, Societies, Usenet, The rest.
J.R.R. Tolkien Information Page (uwaterloo.ca)
- Index of Internet resources relating to Tolkien and his fiction.
Includes the following categories: Mirrors, Other Pages, Lists,
Mailing Lists, Games, Newsgroups, Language Resources, Conferences,
Societies Newsletters, Graphics, Family Trees, Fonts, Online Texts,
Parodies, Articles, Miscellaneous, Non-Tolkien Resources, Credits, FAQ,
J R R Tolkien: language archive (ed.ac.uk)
- Archive of the 'TolkLang' mailing list for discussion of Tolkien's invented
languages. Also includes
booklist (ed.ac.uk), tengwar and
cirth fonts (ed.ac.uk), a
list of Tolkien
societies (ed.ac.uk), and a list of other
Tolkien resources (ed.ac.uk).
J R R Tolkien: Hamburg archive (uni-hamburg.de)
- Includes the
pictures, family trees and fonts.
- Computer Games
Related to Tolkien's Works (liu.se)
- "This is a brave attempt to list all computer games that have a direct
connection to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, author of The Lord of the
Rings... These pages are constantly under construction. To make them as
good as possible, your help is needed and welcome."
- The Tolkien Timeline (usask.ca)
- "Because so much of the focus has been on his two most famous literary
works, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien appears to the
casual reader as nothing more than an author of fantasy literature. He
was, however, a very distinguished linguist and scholar. This compilation
is a chronological list of important events relating to Tolkien's life,
career, and scholarly pursuits, and attempts to provide a more clear
picture of this astounding man."
- George Turner
Memorial Page (vicnet.net.au)
- "A web page to commemorate the life and work of George Turner is
being established by Melbourne fans. If you are an admirer of George's
work and would like to contribute, please e-mail me with your message."
[Updated Oct 2001]
- Harry Turtledove and Richard Dreyfuss:
Annotated Guide to The Two Georges (stanford.edu)
- (Kevin Lauderdale)
Harry Turtledove Home Page (sfsite.com)
- (Steven H Silver (sfsite.com))
[Updated Oct 2001]
Chaz Boston Baden (boston-baden.com) - E-mail SFRG.