In this section, we offer links to links -- meta-lists and jump stations
we think are well-organized, comprehensive or possessing some other value worthy
of our recommendation. Please note, however, that we can't speak to the quality
of the links to which the linkers link you. (is that a sentence?)
Writers' Free Reference Desk
Links to free resource sites of use to writers. Nice diversity, from ancient literature and The King's English to modern slang, dictionaries, magazines, literary agents, sites both fun and functional.
One of the best literary jump stations on the web. More than 7,000 categorized links for writers. This site has won many awards It's awesome, go to it.
There are more than four million words in 746 online dictionaries indexed. The last time we checked this was still free.
The Electric Pen
A well-visited site for writers and readers of online fiction. With lots of a la carte links to other resources, and a rich collection of ezine links.
My Virtual Reference Desk Has an astonishing number of links to newspapers and all things Internet. Not just for techies, but kind of angles that way. Some fun links, too: the U.S. Naval Observatory Master Clock, if you really need to know the exact time.
Touted as the largest single meta for newspapers. 3,500 and counting. And it works! Best resource on the Net for U.S. papers, in particular.
Megasources: Information for Journalists and Researchers
Despite the dud of a title, this website rocks, with links to all kinds of repositories of the dense information that a reporter used to have to scan on microfiche. Not real flashy, but info-rich.
Yahoo! for Writers
Yahoo-level links and resources for writers. Search again and again!
Yahoo!'s poetry center, and what a center it is... a great, comprehensive collection of poetic inspiration.
Newspapers on World Wide Web
Like it sez.