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Alternate History List (annotated, cross-indexed list of fiction works involving alternate histories) (R. B. Schmunk)
Detective & Mystery Fiction
Agatha Christie Homepage (Ben Yaffe)
Film Noir & Pulp Fiction (philbert@icanect.net)
A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection (Michael E. Grost)
Hard Boiled (detective fiction and film site) (Bill Murray)
Earl Jackson, Jr. (U. California, Santa Cruz), Detective Fictions (course)
RARA-AVIS Mailing List (Web site for the list devoted to detective fiction; includes archives, links, and other resources) (William Denton)
English Server Fiction List 
InforM: Reading Room: Fiction (U. Maryland)
Litpage: Resources for Readers, Writers, Students, and Teachers of Literature (emphasis on short fiction) (Robert C. Evans)
Mariam's Story Park (Sufi stories) (Mariam Ispahani)
Narrative: Journal of the Society for the Study of Narrative (info and contents)
Homepage (machine-generated verse and prose, acrostics, Markov chains, etc.; includes links to other machine-text sites)
Raymond Queneau, A Fairytale as You Like It 
Pulp Fiction Central (commercial site centered on zine fiction and film of the earlier 20th century) (Vintage New Media)
Romance Fiction
Romance Novel Database (U. Michigan)
Romance Novels and Women's Fiction (The Write Page)
Romance Writers of America 
Science Fiction (on "Science, Technology, & Culture" page) 
The Search for Some Hypertext Fiction (Rice U.)
Society for the Study of Narrative (Jay Clayton, Vanderbilt U.)
Storytellers: Native American Authors Online (Karen Strom)
Tree Fiction on the World Wide Web (Cambridge)
Novel Courses ("Creating a course on the novel? In response to current directions in the canon debate, this site provides an anthology of courses that approach the syllabus at the nexus of pedagogical concerns, genre concerns, and historical concerns")

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