Related Web Sites

Here are some other cool web sites, that link to the FanTek web site (or should*). This list will most likely never be completely up-to-date.... If you know of a site that belongs here, or if we need to correct a listing, please let us know. Thanks!

Fandom and Con Directories

Science Fiction Resource Guide (also mirrored at GeoCities and other sites). Includes the very comprehensive SF-Lovers Convention Listings.

Fandom Domain: Links of Interest to Fandom

Fandom Directory, the free electronic version (updated monthly) of FANDATA Publications' annual printed directory.

Sci-Fi Channel: Convention Listings

Southern Fandom Resource Guide, covering cons in the southeastern US.

Len's "in the fuzz" Page (Furry Costuming)

Worldcon in Baltimore in 1998!

BucConeer, the 56th Annual World Science Fiction Convention, August 5-9, 1998. Includes links to pirate pages, other worldcons and bids, and some general and fannish Baltimore/Washington links of interest.

Clubs and Associations

The Washington Science Fiction Association, who host Disclave every Memorial Day weekend. WSFA also meets twice a month (non-members are encouraged to attend these "primarily social events") and sometimes sponsors other events.

The Legion of SilverSheen, a gaming club with members across the US.

(Let us know about other clubs that link to the FanTek website!)

Cthul-Who?

De Web Mysteriis (AJL Cthulhu Pages)

Personal Homepages and Cool Site Lists

cool.links, November 1995 (by Bill Hadley)

Daniel Buchholz's Cool Places to visit

Punk Walrus's Surf 'n' Turf Cool Web Sites

Dave Israel, "The One True Dave"

Liz Lavallee (author of the Listening Homepage)

Raul Delauralii at Laural's Rose

Team Chicken Salad's Roam Page

Online Works

The Journals of Chaos 5 (with a page of Sci-Fi Web Sites)

Washington DC Area Directories

Formal Formulations' "Wired in Washington, DC"

Millenium 3 Concepts' Local Information Center-Entertainment

Other Directories and References

Yahoo has categories for SF cons and clubs as well as SF/Fantasy/Horror in general.

Search Engines such as AltaVista, Excite, HotBot, InfoSeek, Lycos, Magellan, OpenText, and WebCrawler, and "All-in-one" Searches such as MetaCrawler, SavvySearch and others are also useful in finding related information. Search engines vary in how comprehensive and up-to-date they are; if one doesn't give you what you're looking for, try several of the others.


*Some directories have received our club/convention information, but may not have gotten around to including us yet.

We will do our best to keep this list up-to-date; if you have a suggestion or correction please let us know.
(FanTek and the maintainer of this website reserve the right to refuse or remove any listing.)

Last updated 20 December 1996.


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