Last Updated: February 9, 2014
The Edgar Allen Poe Society of Baltimore
A fine group of Poe-ophiles who have collected and made available a ton of Poe-related stuff.
A collection of the articles of John Martin of interest to fellow ERBophiles, etc.
Elder Signs Press
We only just discovered these fine publishers of Cthuliana and mythosery, but we expect great things from them based on their reprinting of the Third Edition of the Encyclopedia Cthulhiana...
The Eldritch Dark
Absolutely the best Clark Ashton Smith website out there. You can find a lot of CAS Short stories, poetry, articles, artwork and more at this wonderful, amazing and thoroughly essential site.
An immersive alternate reality game based on H. P. Lovecraft and the Internet.
From the site:
"Eldritch Errors is an immersive horror series playing out in real time -- on the Internet, in the real world, and in your nightmares. It will speak to you and ask you to speak in return. It will feed off of you just as much as you feed off it. It is as old as the fears of H.P. Lovecraft and as fresh as the horrors he died never having imagined. Those horrors already lurk, grinning, waiting for you to be the first to discover them, but at least you won't face them alone."
Free weird books. For you.
Just the way it never was, this game comes barging out of the fictive mists of retro-ness to out-clone the clones and to uber-sim the simulacras. If you haven't checked this game out yet, you've been missing out on some very hare-brained and much needed cathartic release therapy of the best sort. Laugh Monkey!
A very accessible, online resource for researching Mythology.
Encyclopedia of Role-Playing Games
Just what the name says. It's online and everything.
An incredible treasure-trove of photos, images and information on real-life combat snowmobiles, and all sorts of other incredible and real stuff that the Russian military actually got around to trying out.
The Edgar Rice Burroughs E-List Index of articles. Very helpful for anyone digging into the tangled roots of Pellucidar's development or Tarzan's history...
A major nexus of all things pertaining to Edgar Rice Burroughs and all the wonderful worlds and memorable characters that he created.
The online home for everything ERB-related. Tons of great articles and essays and resources. One of my personal favorite spots on the WWWeb.
Science Fiction podcast magazine that has to be heard to be appreciated.
Books that used to be considered classics, but now are rarely discussed or read any more. A treasure vault of the obscure and forgotten remnants of pre-Internet literature.
A creative writing challenge hosted at the Nine Worlds, Ten Thousand Things blog. Pack as much story into 15 words as you can manage. You can find some of our old entries at the Riskail Fiction blog.
Expeditions & Discoveries
An online collection from Harvard University that "...delivers maps, photographs, and published materials, as well as field notes, letters, and a unique range of manuscript materials on selected expeditions between 1626 and 1953. The collection is made possible with the generous support of the Arcadia Fund."