Sites are listed according to their categories at The Fanlistings. (For instance, 'Literature' includes all individual book titles, whether or not they might be shelved under 'Literature' in a bookshop.)
- Richard Aldington
Aldington (1892-1962) was an early modernist poet, novelist, critic and translator, one of the founders of Imagism. He also, for those who appreciate such things, had an entirely soap-operatic life.
- Jorge Luis Borges
Borges (1899-1986) was an Argentine short story writer, essayist, poet and author of literary 'speculative' fiction.
- Mark Alexander Boyd
Boyd was a sixteenth-century poet, humanist scholar, soldier and adventurer, known today for a single sonnet in Scots. This is both a fanlisting for Boyd and a small informational site about him.
- Louise Glück
Glück is a contemporary poet, the winner of numerous awards and a former Poet Laureate of the United States. This is my oldest fanlistng.
H.D. is known for her pioneering Imagist poems and her later long, epic poems, many of which reworked classical myth. She also wrote much autobiographical fiction.
- Thomas Love Peacock
Peacock (1785-1866), comic novelist and Romantic poet, may be an acquired taste but he's a delightful one. Bring on the scholarly humour, Shelley parodies and skulls!
Title: Light Bearer
Online since: December 2006.
Eilonwy, daughter of Angharad, is the heroine of Lloyd Alexander's classic fantasy series The Chronicles of Prydain. This is a character shrine incorporating a fanlisting.
- Wesley Wyndam-Pryce fanfiction
Wesley is one of the darkest characters in that very dark TV series, Angel.
Hobbies & Recreation
- Collecting books
Book collecting is… well, where most of my money goes. This fanlisting is a monument to front free endpapers and gilt top edges.
- The Chronicles of Prydain
Classic high fantasy series for children and young adults, by Lloyd Alexander.
Imagism was an early twentieth-century poetry movement of debated significance. Its aim was to restore to English literature some of the precision and purity of Japanese poetry.