Links To Related Sites


Official Web Site

  • Tanith Lee's offical website is www.tanith-lee.com

  • Other Websites Devoted to the Author/Other Bibliographies

  • The British Fantasy Society maintains an interesting site with a large number of links devoted to authors, artists, publishers,booksellers, and more.
  • There is now a work-in-progress listing for the author at The UK Fantasy Database
  • The Feminist Science Fiction, Fantasy & Utopia webiste maintains a fairly comprehensive bibliography of the author's works
  • Fantastic Fiction webiste in the UK also maintains a fairly comprehensive bibliography of the author's works
  • SCIFIPEDIA Online has a long biographical sketch of the author.
  • I.S.F.D.B. maintains a very comprehensive list of the English books published since 1975.
  • Locus Magazine also maintains a very comprehensive checklist of short stories and novels.
  • David Saunders in the UK has a tribute site called: Homage to Tanith Lee.
  • Brainy Quotes contains a whole page of Tanith Lee's quotations. I recognize many of them from interviews but the sources are unattributed, which is a shame.

  • Le Monde Sulfureux de Tanith Lee is an elegant French site with summaries and partial excerpts of some of the books in French
  • Lee Tanith: Une Page Non Officielle lists a number of novels, anthologies, and short stories in French translations.
  • nooSFere, has a wonderful and somewhat comprehensive biliography of the author's works translated in French.
  • Catalogo Sf, Fantasy e Horror is a comprehensive bibliography to SF, fantasy and horror published in Italy. The listings include the complete Italian translations of works by Tanith Lee.
  • Mujer Palabra lists a number of works translated in Spanish. I've found this list to not be comprehensive, but it did help me.
  • For Japanese fans, click here for what seems to be a very comprehensive Japanese Tanith Lee bibliography.
  • For Japanese fans, click here for what seems to be another very comprehensive Japanese Tanith Lee bibliography.
  • Kees Buis is responsible for a very comprehensive bibliography of Tanith Lee's works translated into Dutch. Click here for De Boekenplank.
  • Bibliographie deutschsprachiger SF-Stories und Bücher has a very comprehensive list of short fiction and books translated into German.

  • Book and Ebook Publishers

  • Arkham House.
  • DAW Books was the first house to publish the author's work in the United States.
  • Duckworth is The Overlook Press sister company in the UK.
  • Éditions Mnémos is a French fantasy publisher reprinting some of Tanith's Lee's French translations.
  • Donald M. Grant, a small press.
  • Immanion Press, Storm Constantine's press which publishes several of Tanith Lee's works.
  • Immersion Press, an small British publisher of speculative fiction.
  • Lethe Press, an independent press specializing in literary fiction, titles of gay & lesbian interest, poetry, and science fiction.
  • The Overlook Press, a small press out of Woodstock, NY.
  • The NESFA Press, a small publishing house.
  • NewCon Press, a small British press owned and run by Ian Whates.
  • Night Shade Books, a small publishing house in San Francisco, California.
  • Norilana Books, a small press run by Vera Nazarian.
  • Science Fiction Book Club has issued hardcover editions of a number of books by Tanith Lee, including many otherwise available only in paperback.
  • TaLeKa, showcasing the works of Tanith Lee and the art of John Kaiine.
  • SF Gateway, a electronic publishing venture run by Gollancz.
  • Tor.
  • The Wildside Press, another small press.
  • Wyrm Publishing, a small press run by Jeff Vandermeer.

  • Magazine Publishers

  • Asimov's Science Fiction
  • Dreams Of Decadence
  • Interzone
  • The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
  • Realms Of Fantasy
  • Scheherazade
  • Weird Tales
  • H.P. Lovecraft's Magazine Of Horror

  • Book Search / Book Vendors

  • ABE Books often has some very hard to find titles listed, both in English and in translation.
  • Add All, a comparative search engine
  • ILAB - International League of Antiquarian Booksellers often has some very hard to find titles listed, both in English and in translation.
  • Mark & Cindy Ziesing are booksellers whose eclectic catalogs are full of interesting items, not the least of which are the books they sometimes publish themselves They are also a good source for most recent Tanith Lee publications from both the UK and the US
  • Shocklines, a speciality online horror bookstore, has a very nice supply of old Weird Tales issues in stock.

  • Book Plus Finland is an online bookstore where one can purchase English, Finnish, Swedish and some German books in print, but not out of print.
  • Book Looker is an online bookstore in Germany that has a large selection of Tanith Lee's books in print.Amazon Germany is also an old stand by.
  • A La Page, FNAC, and Amazon France often have a fairly good selection of French translations for purchase. Chapitre is a used and rare listing service for French books.
    Research for Science Fiction and Fantasy

  • Some of the research for this bibliography was done at The Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy, located in the Lillian H. Smith Branch of the Toronto Public Library at 239 College Street, Toronto. Without this wonderful resource, and the assistance of the Collection's courteous and knowledgable staff, this bibliography would be far less complete and accurate If you think that a reference library devoted entirely to science fiction and fantasy is a neat idea, you might want to consider joining The Friends of the Merril Collection.
  • Phil Stephensen-Payne's Galactic Central is a good source for information about just what is available in the form of bibliographic information in the fields of science fiction and fantasy. You can also place orders for the bibliographies that Phil himself has compiled and published, many of them in partnership with the late Gordon Benson, Jr.
  • The Index To Science Fiction Anthologies And Collections by William G. Contento is a general reference work which catalogs the contents of all books published through 1983
  • The Locus Index to Science Fiction by Charles N. Brown and William G. Contento is a guide to all novels, collections, anthologies and magazines published since 1984. The listings are based on the "Books Received" column which appears monthly in the print version of Locus
  • SF Crowsnest
  • SF Site
  • SFF NET
  • The LOCUS Index to Science Fiction Awards, as compiled by Mark R. Kelly, is invaluable for the history of accolades, both winnings and nominations, that Tanith Lee has received since 1975.

  • Interviews with Tanith Lee

  • An online interview from Tabula Rasa, which appreared originally in print in the No 4, 1994 issue.
  • You can read excerpts from an interview with Tanith Lee which appeared in the April 1998 issue of Locus at Locus Online
  • An earlier interview which appeared in Tabula Rasa in October 1994 is also available on-line.
  • Tanith Lee is one of the participants in Jeff Vandermeer's The Physicality of Books, a discussion about the form and substance of the book.
  • An interview by John Jarrold for SF Crowsnest.com from 2004.
  • An interview for the March 2005 issue of the online magazine Simulacrum. Pages 45-51. Download the pdf file here. Note: Adobe Acrobat required.
  • An abbreviated version of "Tanith Lee Talks To Mary O'Keefe And Liz Williams" from the no 27, 2004 issue of Scheherezade has been exerpted under the title "under the title "In Praise of Dangerous Women: An Interview with Tanith Lee by Mary O'Keefe and Liz Wiliams". The full interview is really wonderful but the excerpt is here.
  • Online interview with John Kaiine, by Sarah Singleton. John Kaiine is the partner and co-author and/or inspiration of many of Tanith Lee's works.

  • Newsgroups and Discussion Lists

  • Come and join Paradys, a forum for the discussion of the works of Tanith Lee as hosted by Daughter of the Night.
  • Léa Silhol has created, with Tanith Lee's blessing, Scarabae, a French-language mailing listdevoted to Tanith Lee.
  • There is an Italian Tanith Lee discussion list.Yahoo Italian language Tanith Lee Discussion list.
  • There is a new Tanith Lee discussion group on MySpace.com.
  • There is a new Tanith Lee discussion group on LiveJournal.com.
  • Jade Blood has created a site for fans of The Silver Metal Lover.

  • Artist's Websites

  • Don Maitz has this official website, which includes some of the Tanith Lee covers he did for DAW
  • Here's a site devoted to the artwork of Max Schindler, who painted the illustration which appears on the cover of Forests Of The Night
  • Stephanie Pui-Mun Law has had her images apprear on the index page of this site and her work has graced more than a few Tanith Lee's stories in magazines.
  • Illumina: The Fantasy Art of Janet Jia-Ee Chui. Janet Chui's work "The Guadian of the Book" has graced the index page of this sire for years now. Please visit and check out her other beautiful works.

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