Paul's Friends Who Have Websites

(including people who've just asked to link their websites here, hint hint)

My mother, who writes under the name Claire Gabriel, has put her fanfiction on the web since it's no longer in print and since she, like me, writes to be read.
1) Quartet Plus Two Stories of Sarek & Amanda, and the early days of Kirk and Spock's friendship. These stories were written contemporarily with Jacqueline Lichtenburg's 1970s Kraith STAR TREK fanfiction, and were collected here on Lichtenberg's Kraith website when she realized they were not otherwise available. (Not slash.)
2) Simple Gifts, etc. Kirk, Spock, the mother of their children; Janeway and Chakotay; Nikita and Michael.

Among the attractions uploaded by my brother Mark are his entertaining true life essays and his wife's.
Dytic Game Studios is a leading organizer of tabletop and live-action role-playing for sf conventions in the Midwest.

For webcomics I read see Arthur, King of Time and Space.

While I ordinarily prefer my fanfiction be hosted only here on my own website where I have control over its presentation, I'm amenable to others hosting works of mine which for whatever reason I've elected not to archive here.
Goodnight, Sweetheart is a multi-author roundrobin story, the third of a series of annual efforts on alt.drwho.creative, in which fanfiction authors, their Muses, and the characters they love party and save the universe from certain destruction.
Amongst a trove of fanfiction highlighting Mr. Gordo, Buffy the Vampire Slayer's plush pig toy, are responses, including mine, to a challenge on soliciting explanations for Mr. Gordo's disappearance from our screens after Buffy's second death-and-resurrection.
And I drew a cartoon for a site of QUESTOR fanfiction.

Bill Leininger, known to his friends as William Henry Leininger, or William Henry for short, is a busy fellow who - last I looked - hadn't had time to put anything on his homepage but links to other sites he likes ... but an impressive number of those.
Like William Henry, Doug Killings is a pre-internet friend. He has DOCTOR WHO fanfiction on his site too, championing that least favorite of DOCTOR WHO characters, Adric.
Heather Smith is someone I met through Doug. She maintains Adric's Little Home of SF.

Hugo-nominated fan writer Joseph T. Major goes to the same club meetings I do.
Susan Baugh founded the club.

I knew Steve Solomon in high school. He fences and speaks German and tap dances and reviews books.

Resource for King Arthur material which I'm exploring:
Arthuriana - the Journal of Arthurian Studies; the website of the quarterly journal of the North American Branch of the International Arthurian Society.
Mystical-WWW - The Arthurian A2Z knowledge Bank which has encyclopedically-arranged entries on the characters of the Arthurian legends.
King Arthur: A Man for the Ages.
Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table, Volume 1 and Volume 2.

Jeri Massi and Jason Fraser are fellow alt.drwho.creative frequenters whom I enjoy and whom I know to have linked back to my page.
Helen Fayle also writes stories derived from both DOCTOR WHO and Arthurian legend.
Laura Goodwin's original-series STAR TREK fan site even has a feature page on my fanfiction, including an interview.
Lori Summers is another whose stories I like too; she too has STAR TREK.
alt.startrek.creative and have newsgroup archives.
Rob Morris writes the M*A*S*H fanfiction I'd've written if there'd been an internet in the 70s.
Kathleen Dailey's STAR TREK fanfiction site consists primarily of two fine novels whose protagonist is the Romulan commander whom Spock found so enigmatic in The Enterprise Incident.
Taeloz of USS Polaris has a STAR TREK oriented site with news, fiction and links.
Matthew Cooper likes crossovers so much that, when I declined his offer to host some of mine on his site, he asked to link directly to my files instead.
Best Care Anywhere and Egbert Hannick have M*A*S*H sites with, among other features, links to other sites including back here to mine.
The FanFiction Author's Mailing List has a website under construction by its founder, and an ftp archive.
Robert Arnold Hall is a fellow Archy the Cockroach fan and a musical composer. His site includes a musical adaptation of archy hears from mars.
Aaron Agassi has a DOCTOR WHO/THE PRISONER crossover which he feels improves on a couple that he's seen on the web, including mine.

Among the people I chat with on LambdaMOO (where I'm known as DrWho) are Melon and MugWump.

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