Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday - Ten Bookish Websites, Organizations, Apps. Etc.

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted over at The Broke and the Bookish.  Each week, we get a theme to list our top tens. 

This week's Top Ten is:  Ten Bookish Websites, Organizations, Apps. Etc.

Most will highlight the well known bookish sites. But I am going to highlight the lesser known or unknown bookish links. Here I go:

1) zoetropeAll-Story is a quarterly literary publication founded by Francis Ford Coppola in 1997 to explore the intersection of story and art, fiction and film. I simply love exploring this website

2) Journal of Mythical ArtsIt is sponsored by the Endicott Studio, a nonprofit organization dedicated to literary, visual, and performance arts inspired by myth, folklore, fairy tales, and the oral storytelling tradition.

3) Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: You will find everything related with her. Poetry, short stories, new projects.

4) Crime TimeAn excellent magazine devoted to crime and mystery fiction.

5) The Financial Fiction Genre: A web site,on banking and finance in fiction from the classics of Dumas, Dickens and Thackeray to modern financial thrillers.

6) Poetry Daily: All about contemporary poets and poetry

7) Google Books

8) Short Story Classics: The Best from the Masters of the Genre

9) PoeStories.com: This site contains short stories and poems by Edgar Allan Poe , story summaries, quotes, and linked vocabulary words and definitions for educational reading. It also includes a short biography, a timeline of Poe's life, and links to other Poe sites.

10) sffworld: Everything to do with sci-fi. Do check it out!


Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

I'm finding there are so many great websites that I was not familiar with!

Here's my list of favorite bookish spots: Top Ten Bookish Websites.

Anonymous said...

Definitely being introduced to a ton of new sites today from this meme!

Here's my Top Ten Tuesday - Ten Bookish Websites, Organizations, Apps. Etc. post!

Allison said...

It's awesome that we don't have any in common on our lists- you've given me a lot of sites to explore!

Two Bibliomaniacs said...

Nice variety this week. I can't wait to check out some of these websites.

Mickey said...

Great list!! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for stopping by my blog :o)

Mickey @ imabookshark

Bibliophile said...

Great list - I actually only knew one of these sites, but will definitely be doing some exploring of the rest.

Lucy said...

Lots of new sites to explore! Love the topic this week. Especially curious to check out the Sffworld site. Thanks for sharing!

Yvette said...

I love your list! It is really intriguing and filled with a few sites I've never heard of before.

I love the Zoetrope site but haven't been there in a while. Time to return. :)

Anne@HeadFullofBooks said...

Wow. You have a very varied list compared to everyone else. Way to go. Lots of good suggestions.

Marce said...

Thanks for Crime Time.

I also like Bookseer.com, allows you to put the book in you completed and it give recommendations on others.

Lauren B said...

I also love this week's theme. i an finding some wonderful treasures.
I adore Edgar Allen Poe.
Thanks for stopping by.

Sugar and Snark said...

Wow so many new places for me to check out :)

Veens said...

I really loved the The Journal of Mythical Arts site and reviewed one of their short stories. Thanks for the links :)

Loni said...

I like your take on this week's list. I didn't even think of adding literary publications or author's sites.

Katie said...

Thanks for visiting my blog on Tuesday! I fell way behind on comments, but I agree with you - this was a great topic, and a great way to find more good resources. :-)