Updates are handled by Chaz Boston Baden.
Please read the Frequently Asked Questions before you write.
Multiple-author Resource Guides
and the Bibliographies and
lists section, if your favorite author doesn't
have a home page listed here.
- Susan Wade (sff.net)
"I was born on the day Albert Einstein died, a confluence of events I
haven't managed to calculate the signficance of just yet. My fiction has
appeared in national magazines and anthologies (see bibliography) and my
first suspense novel, Walking Rain, was published by Bantam in August
1996. It's about a potter named Amelia Rawlins who reclaims her
grandfather's isolated New Mexico ranch after an absence of many years.
She's forced to face her disturbing past in the process..."
(A. T. Campbell)
The Ian Watson Page (kdsi.net)
- Maintained by Douglas A. Mackey, author of The Work of Ian Watson: An
Annotated Bibliography and Guide (San Bernardino, CA: The Borgo Press,
(Douglas A. Mackey)
- Lawrence Watt-Evans: The Misenchanted Page (sff.net)
"Welcome to the Web site devoted to, authored by, and maintained by
Lawrence Watt-Evans, author of a Whole Bunch O' Stuff, including
The Misenchanted Sword, whence the name."
Don Webb: Bibliography (euro.net)
- "with the cooperation of and input from Don
- Margaret Weis: Home Page (mag7.com)
- Margaret Wies and Don Perrin.
"We are both science fiction and fantasy authors working freelance for
New York and London publishers and Hasbro, the new owners of TSR and
[Updated Oct 2001]
Wells Home Page (rtis.com)
- "I have two fantasy novels currently out from Tor Books (The
Element of Fire and City of Bones) and will be doing
two more for Avon Books..."
Julia West Home page (sff.net)
- (Julia West)
M. Brook West. (sff.net)
- (Brook West)
- Wendy Wheeler Home Page (io.com)
- (Wendy Wheeleer)
- Walter Jon Williams
- (Walter Jon Williams)
- Tad Williams Home Page (tadwilliams.com)
- (Kat Berman,
- Charles Wilson Web Site (metamall.com)
- (Charles Wilson)
Anton Wilson Fan Page (levity.com)
- (Robert Daeley, Christopher D. Ritter)
- Gene Wolfe Fan
- (Paul Dugan,
[Updated Oct 2001]
- Sydney Fowler Wright (1874-1965) (sfw.org)
- Contains six million words of the published works of Sydney Fowler Wright,
science fiction, crime, poetry, political and history author.
"The first collection of Sydney Fowler Wright's short fiction, The New
Gods Lead, was published by Jarrolds in 1932. It contained ten stories, of
which the first seven were grouped together under the subtitle 'Where the
New Gods Lead'. All the stories were fantastic, all of them save for one
allegory belonging to the genre of 'scientific romance' whose principal
exemplars were to be found among the early works of H. G.
- Stefan Wul (emse.fr)
- "...an important french author (many reissues, translations
in dozen of foreign languages, including english)."
- Wyndham, John (kymlicka.ca)
- (Stephen Kymlicka)
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