Booklist – The digital counterpart of the American Library Association’s Booklist magazine. Reviews of the latest books and (more recently) electronic media.
BookSpot – Features book reviews and news, reading lists, and author and publisher information.
A Celebration of Women Writers – Comprehensive listing of links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers, and complete published books written by women. Searchable by time period, country, and author’s last name.
A Collection of Classics – Lets users explore the meaning of a “classic,” introduces users to the authors who have written classics, gets users on the path to making their own classics.
Dictionary of Phrase and Fable – Bartleby.com’s publication of Brewer’s classic. Includes derivation, source, or origin of common phrases, allusions, and words.
The Electronic Labyrinth – Both utilizes and focuses upon the medium of hypertext as it relates to literature and its concrete manifestations–from palimpsests to mechanically printed books to CD-ROMs — throughout history to the present, with speculation on the future.
Electronic Literature Directory – A comprehensive database of listings for electronic works, their authors, and their publishers. The descriptive entries cover poetry, fiction, drama, and nonfiction that makes significant use of electronic techniques.