John Gardner Web Resources--a partial list
http://www.linda.com/special.htm--Amazon books on John Gardner's On Writers and Writing
http://www.sff.net/people/dan.perez/writing/booklist.htm--Dan Perez's brief description of the usefulness of The Art of Fiction
http://sushi.st.usm.edu/mrw/04july/04-garyp.html-- essay on William Gass that discusses John Gardner
http://home1.gte.net/tomchat/gardner.htm --Thomas Fasano has created another very useful Gardner website. Much thought has gone into it. Visit his site now.
http://www.vni.net/gardnerians/ --Brian Fox's nifty Gardner website, part of the web
circle that includes this Batavia site, Thomas Fasano's and George Gaudette's (listed below). Visit his site!
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Oracle/2469/welcome.html -- George Gaudette's excellent site (The Arch and the Abyss) devoted to John Gardner, even a Gardner listserv, which is quite lively at times. Visit his site! As of now, his site had moved to geocities, so change your bookmarks.
http://www.aiusa.com/satire/ --Gregg Fedchak's page, which includes a section on Gardner.
http://www.ecnhs.org/dept/english/sampson/apgrenes3.html--essay entitled "Grendel and Art" (by Scott Omodth, a student in Dave Sampson's class)
http://www.ecnhs.org/dept/english/sampson/apgrenes2.html-- essay by an anonymous student in Dave Sampson's AP class:"Grendel: the Manipulator of Emotions."
http://www.zubal.com/firsta-l2.html--website has a number of John Gardner first editions for sale
http://ben.franklin.uga.edu/saga/data/grtbks.htm--advising staff lists two of Gardner's books in their great books recommendation list
http://gulib.lausun.georgetown.edu/dept/speccoll/lit.htm--Nicholas Joost Papers in special collection, containing some correspondence with John Gardner; at same site the Kenneth Aguillard Atchity Collection contains more correspondence from Gardner.
http://world.std.com/~ptc/Carver-paper.html--Phillip Carson essay "Carver's Vision" discusses the importance of Gardner regarding Raymond Carver.
http://ernie.bgsu.edu/~mwelker/carver/index.html--definitive Raymond Carver site (seems to be down as of today)
http://www.lib.rochester.edu/rbk/GARDNER3.htm --Connection to Rush Rhees library collection at the University of Rochester (watch for a special Gardner event there in March 1999).
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updated on August 17, 1998