List of pages which have links to
The Theodore Sturgeon Page is unlikely to win any awards, and
that's not why I'm doing it, of course. But it does make me happy that
some people out there find the page interesting enough to link to it.
So, if I'm aware of a link to the Sturgeon Page, it's listed below.
(sites marked with a square are ones with correct links to the new
web page... links marked with a circle, I need to send you an email
telling you the new page location.)
Devin Dukes's page on Theodore Sturgeon -- the second
web page about Sturgeon to appear, to the best of my knowlege.
Iliad Books has a page about Sturgeon.
A Swedish page which discusses the book "Mer än Människa"
(More Than Human);
page produced by
Calle Åsman. Unfortunately I can't read Swedish,
although his home page is in English.
Speculative Canon Page produced by
Lemon Jeff, who
shares his home page with 5 other guys and writes
Chad "Rage" Underkoffler discusses good reading.
This page is
headed, "Occasionally I do visit sites on the web
that do not involve breasts in any obvious manner." The
Theodore Sturgeon page is one such site.
This page is a profile of
Dave Ehrensperger, including a list of good books (which includes
"Godbody" by Sturgeon).
Noxturne's Homepage is the heart of darkness.
Gerardo Herreros's page lists authors he likes ... although
it's all in another language I can't read.
A page of
science fiction links, in german - by Oliver Faulhaber
A discussion of science fiction and how
Anders Wahlbom started enjoying sf.
Clive England's 'The Stories of Theodore Sturgeon' is a good page.
obituary of Sturgeon, part of George Willick's
Vital Statistics of science fiction/fantasy authors.
A page by Steven Silver,
listing the debut stories and books by many sf authors.
A list of links to various authors by
Simon G. Gosden,
who sells rare books.
Evan's Sci-Fi Page, various sci-fi links.
Paperback and Pulp links, maintained by Sean Wallace --
see his Paperback
and Pulp Waystation page.
A page by someone in Japan, listing various SF author pages.
the Visual Surgeon" -- I think this is a musical artist...? Maybe
it's a poster for a band...? I dunno, but there's a link to
David's Hellish Webderland has a list of books and
authors he likes. He's got some other interesting stuff on his
web site, too.
Library lists "LITERATURE and READING RESOURCES," including
hundreds of authors. They also list
who were born in February.
Northwest Science Fiction
Resources lists the Sturgeon Page.
band "Homo Nuclear" takes its name from Sturgeon's book More Than
Human. They have a great web page.
The links page for Juha Lindroos, who has made several web
pages about sf authors.
Locus Magazine Online has a sf authors links page.
Duane Swierczynski has reviewed To Marry Medusa
for the SF Site.
Dr. Michael O'Conner is teaching a course on science fiction at the
course is being taught at Virginia Tech: The Terrible/Wonderful
Children of SF. Great name for a course.
Le Cafard Cosmique
("The Cosmic Bug") is a new science fiction French web site
with this page dedicated to Sturgeon.
The Pulp Zone seems to
have taken down a link to my page, but perhaps they'll put
it back. It's a nice site maintained by
Pulp Fiction lists
some "classy sf authors"; I don't know who maintains this site.
A Japanese page, I think of bookmarks. It's part of
"Ohmori's LO-FI sci-fi page".
A German page providing bibliographies for many sf authors.
Christian Pree, the author of this page, wrote to me
to let me know that
"Bibliographie deutschsprachiger" means
Bibliography of SF books and SF
stories published in German language".
This guy has
linked to the FAQ in order to define Sturgeon's Law.
SF authors... is this language Italian?
Without Number, an online bookseller.
Italian page, Rivista di Fantascienza.
Of course, there are also some general SF sites
which link to the Sturgeon Page as well. They are listed on the
Sturgeon Page under
'Links of related interest', but for completeness I also list them here.
Eric R. Weeks
Department of Physics
Atlanta, GA 30322-2430