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Interactive guide to books of all genres, with discussion questions and more.
Contains more than 500 reading group discussion guides, information on how to start and run a reading group, and links of interest to established groups.
This site is a comprehensive guide to current, international literary award information for all genres.
This website serves as a companion to C-Span 2'S weekend programming which features non-fiction books and their authors. Advance information on programming is offered, as is background information on authors and links to bestseller lists from arounf the country.
The digital counterpart of the American Library Association's Booklist magazine. Offers a selection of book and audiovisual media reviews, along with feature articles.
Book news, lists, reviews, awards, and author information.
Online counterpart to Mosaic magazine. Reviews of new Black and Hispanic literature. Also has a listing of book clubs across the U.S. that focus on African American literature, including some that meet online.
Online version of the weekly magazine. Articles, classifieds, and an archive of past issues.
Madison Area Booksellers
Provides access to the inventory of 12,000+ booksellers from around the world for new, used, rare, or out-of print books.
50 million + new, used, and out of print books.
Specializes in rare and antiquarian books, maps and prints. Large booksellers directory, book search, online catalogs, and a book fair calendar.
Access to 70 million+ new, used, rare, and out of print books.
Independet bookstore of used and rare books.
Search multiple used/rare book resources at once: AbeBooks, Alibris, Antiqbooks, Bibliophile, livre-rare-book...
Book reviews, author interviews, award winners, bestseller lists and much more.
Browse poems by popular theme
Exists to promote and protect the careers of professional horror writers and those seeking to enter their ranks
Comprehensive group of advertisers in an easily navigated format, giving users a vast range of choices in as few clicks as possible
APA and MLA styles, grammar, and a whole lot more. Searchable.
SFWA is a professional organization for authors of science fiction, fantasy and related genres