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.
Douglas Adams: FAQ (ohio-state.edu)
- Biographical information, computer games, cds, videos. Mostly pointers to
other sources of information. (Nathan Torkington)
- Brian Dana Akers: Home
- (Brian D. Akers)
- Hori Akira: home page (jali.or.jp)
- Japanese s.f. author, page is in Japanese.
There is also an
English (jali.or.jp) language
version, but at present it's not a complete translation of the Japanese
- Roger MacBride Allen (sff.net)
- (Roger MacBride Allen)
- Aaron Allston's Home Page (aaronallston.com)
- "...An Austin-area writer of science fiction and fantasy novels... A
scripter of computer games... A designer of role-playing games... And a
member of the Fandom Association of Central Texas and editor of its
- Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca
Moesta: WordFire Inc. (wordfire.com)
- (Catherine Ulatowski)
- Patricia Anthony Website (patricia-anthony.com)
- "Her official website, with links to writers' resources."
Patricia Anthony: Bibliography (euro.net)
- "with the cooperation of and input from Patricia
- Piers Anthony: Hi Piers (hipiers.com)
The official homepage of Piers Anthony and Xanth.
- The third link on his home page is "News Letter." If you want to
read lots of Piers Anthony natter, now's your chance. Also has the Xanth
timeline, family tree, bibliography, and so forth.
Author Web: Piers Anthony (dingir.org)
- Nathan Archer: Home
Isaac Asimov: FAQ and resource guide (clark.net)
Isaac Asimov Home Page (clark.net)
- Comprehensive guide; includes pointers to various bibliographies,
pointers to information about Asimov on the Internet (including speeches,
timelines, reviews), biographical information and much else. (Edward Seiler
and John Jenkins)
- In Memory of Isaac Asimov (asimov.com)
- Bibliography, book reviews, interviews, essays, video and audio clips
(various formats - .mov, .avi, .mpeg, realaudio, etc.), art, photos,
news (mostly about movie deals), books...
- Stella Atrium Home (tsingtse.com)
- "My novel THE GOULEP is allegorical for current political and
corporate trends in Africa and South America, but told from the
tribespeoples' point-of-view. It's a planet story about people. There are
no drooling monsters that fly."
- A.A. Attanasio:
official website (qed.net)
- (Joe Mc Clure)
Chaz Boston Baden (boston-baden.com) - E-mail SFRG.