Aphra Behn Page. I just discovered this and wish I'd known about it when I was researching Invitation To A Funeral.
Aphra Behn Society Homepage. Another new discovery. An American based organisation dedicated to Aphra Behn.
Eighteenth-Century Resources. Lots of 18th century links.
Barnacle Bill's. Eclectic site featuring music and comedy as well as Montagu's Regiment of Foote.
Soon's Historical Fiction Site. Comprehensive site dedicated to historical fiction.
Voice of the Shuttle. Impressive collection of links.
Britannia History Pages. Articles and resources covering every period of British history.
L'Age d'Or. French and English Baroque society based in Germany.
The Gumshoe Site. An extensive selection of links to mystery-related sites.
Book Links News, reviews and lots of links.
Tangled Web UK. Britain's top crime fiction site.
Bogie's Mystery Tours ®. Organisers of whodunnit events.
Mysteries In Print. Keep up with the latest publications in the crime fiction genre.
Mystery Links Links to organizations, booksellers, etc. maintained by Harriet Lord, a professor of mathematics who's also a crime fiction fan.
Crime Time One of my favourite magazines goes online.
The Mystery Reader Mystery news and reviews site.
Two Five Three. Hypertext fiction set on a London Underground train.
Ansible. Dave Langford's award-winning SF fanzine.
The Preston SF Group. A great group. Be sure to drop by if you're in the area.
A Fannish Home Page. Links to SF sites, what to bring to a convention, etc.
Science Fiction Association of Singapore. A taste of Far Eastern fandom. Worth a visit.
Event Horizon. New webzine edited by Ellen Datlow.
Intercom Science Fiction Web. Brilliant new Italian SF site; worth a visit even if you don't speak Italian!.
The Craggy Island Examiner. Everything you ever wanted to know about Father Ted.
The Darwin Awards Official Home Page. True stories of fatally stupid escapades.
Charles Busch Actor, writer and old friend.
Priscilla Masters, author of the Joanna Piercy mysteries.
Fred's Home Page. Fred and his owner, Mary Scott, are the stars of the new guidebook, Dogs' London.
Sarah Smith's Home Page. Another like me, who writes both SF and crime fiction.
Liam Proven. Freelance computer journalist.
Tanya Brown. Reviews editor for Pulp Fiction and up and coming writer of fantastic fiction.
Chris Amies. Poet and dark fantasist.
Ben Jeapes. SF writer and webmaster for annual Milford SF writers conference and Odyssey Magazine
Bryan Talbot Fan site dedicated to artist Bryan Talbot. Though Bryan does not maintain this site himself he has a lot of input into its contents.
Kate Ross Fan site dedicated to the late Kate Ross, who tragically passed away on the 12th of March, 1998, at the age of 41.
Carol Anne Davis Rising author in both the crime and horror genres.
Freda Warrington Freda's fiction includes dark tales of vampires and the supernatural.
Justina Robson Technical writer and up and coming author of SF and Fantasy fiction.
Marcus Rowland Author of role-playing games based on Victorian and Edwardian SF and fantasy.
Dean Cracknell's Silence of Darqness Dean dabbles in everything from visual art to interactive fiction.
Phil Mann Mystery writer and email buddy.
Elmer the Turtle I even know someone who's devoted a page to her turtle!
Stan Nicholls is a journalist as well as a science fiction and fantasy writer.
Eric Brown Award winning Science Fiction writer.