The Allied Authors are published authors, up-and-comers, an agent, former journalists, nonfiction writers and avid readers who eagerly help one another become better fiction writers.
Sauk Prairie Chamber of Commerce
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board
The Lower Wisconsin State Riverway extends 92.3 miles from below the dam at Prairie du Sac to the confluence with the Mississippi River near Prairie du Chien and encompasses 79,275 acres. The Department of Natural Resources is responsible for administering a land acquisition program within the project boundaries. The site includes some Derleth quotes.
The Esoteric Order of Dagon
An Amateur Press Association with focus upon the Life, Literature, and Legacy of
Howard Phillips Lovecraft.
The Milwaukee Public Library’s Wisconsin Writers Wall of Fame
The Milwaukee Public Library’s Wisconsin Writers Wall of Fame pays tribute to a spectrum of literary talents (including Derleth) — novelists, poets, journalists, playwrights, historian–whose work has been influenced by their life and experiences in Wisconsin.
Arkham House Publishers
August Derleth and Donald Wandrei founded Arkham House in1937 to publish the works of their friend H.P. Lovecraft. The first book “The Outsider and Others” was published in 1939 and Arkham House continues to print Lovecraft’s and others works
Bob Byrne’s Solar Pons site.
Solar Pons – Welcome to Praed Street
Solar Pons is the successor to the legendary Sherlock Holmes. Pons, along with the faithful Doctor Parker, carries on the great tradition of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous consulting detective. But Solar Pons is far more than a mere shadow of Sherlock Holmes and is one of literature’s great detectives in his own right. Roam around the site (which is still under construction) and check out our on-line newsletter to learn more.
The Eldritch Dark
The Eldritch Dark is a site to facilitate both scholars and fans in their appreciation and study of Clark Ashton Smith and his works. Lots of Arkham House artwork and information.
The Thoreau Society
The mission of The Thoreau Society is to honor Henry David Thoreau, to stimulate interest in and foster education about his life, works, and philosophy and his place in his world and ours; to coordinate research on his life and writings; and to act as a repository for Thoreauviana and material relevant to Henry David Thoreau