My Links

A collection of nifty places to visit on the web

  • My Friends' Links
  • Puck Links
  • Robin Hood Links
  • Comics and Animation Links
  • Journalism Links
  • History Links
  • Science Links
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    My Friends

  • Copperlily (Alison Carter's page of web design and more -- she did much of the design work on my site. Great graphic designer and an even better friend.)
  • Gisburne's NASTY Knight Page (A website dedicated to Sir Guy of Gisburne, Robin Hood's dastardly enemy, as played by the late Robert Addie in Robin of Sherwood.)
  • The Legend of Robin Hood (A look at the Pagan themes in the Robin Hood legend, run by Hester.)
  • Puck Links

    Many more Robin Goodfellow links can be found in my Puck Links section.

  • Puck - That Shrewd and Knavish Sprite Called Robin GoodfellowThis is my Puck site.
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream (Online, annotated version of Shakespeare's classic play.)
  • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (You've read the best; now read the rest. Also features links to many other Shakespearean sites.)
  • Puck of Pook's Hill (Link to Project Gutenberg's online version of Kipling's tales.)
  • The Dreaming (dedicated to The Sandman comic book which featured Puck in some issues. This site is run by another user named Puck.)
  • Gargoyles (Surprisingly intelligent Disney cartoon with a lot of history and myth. Some episodes featured Puck, voiced by Brent Spiner -- Star Trek's Data.)
  • Charles de Lint (The master of urban fantasy! This Ottawa-based writer has written stories about Puck and the Pook of Puxill.)

    Do you know of any other Puck sites that I should include?  If so, please e-mail me!

    Robin Hood Links

    Visit my Robin Hood website:
    Robin Hood - Bold Outlaw of Barnsdale and Sherwood

    Many more Robin Hood links can be found in my Legendary Links section.

  • Robin Hood - Bold Outlaw of Barnsdale and SherwoodThis is my very large Robin Hood site.
  • The Robin Hood Project at the University of Rochester (A great online resource! They've got a large collection of  ballads, plays, poems and lots of Robin Hood artwork. More stuff coming all the time.)
  • Ben Turner's Robin Hood Page  (One fabulous Robin Hood webpage! Check it out!)
  • Francis J. Child Ballads (A lovely collection of the ballads and music collected by Francis Child. It includes several Robin Hood ballads.)
  • The Greenwood (A Yahoo Club dedicated to the Robin Hood legends. Post messages and chat.)
  • Robin of Sherwood (Website about a fabulous British TV show from the 1980's, and home of the official fan club, Spirit of Sherwood.)
  • Gisburne's NASTY Knight Page (Come spend an entertaining day in a Nottingham dungeon, courtesy of Robin's enemy, Sir Guy and his secretary, Claire. And don't worry, I'm sure they've forgotten about that mass gaol break I led.)
  • Scarlet Inside (A superb website dedicated to Will Scarlet, particularly as played by Ray Winstone in Robin of Sherwood. The designer of this page redesigned my site.)
  • The World Wide Robin Hood Society (A group dedicated to you-know-who.)

  • Comics and Animation Links

  • Jonah Weiland's Comic Book Resources (All kinds of comic book goodies, including the themes to all those kooky comic book TV shows.)
  • DC Comics (Online home of Superman, Batman and more!)
  • Marvel Comics (Those other guys -- creators of Spider-Man and the X-Men)
  • Gargoyles (Sure, it's a Disney cartoon, but it's more intelligent than most live action shows.)

  • Journalism Links
  • (Online home of the best TV and radio news organization in Canada, and my former employers.)
  • The Globe and Mail ("Canada's National Newspaper")
  • The Toronto Star (Hey, it's where Clark Kent and Ernest Hemingway got their start.)
  • NOW ("Toronto's weekly news and entertainment voice".)


    History Links

  • History at the Virtual Library (I turn to the crutch of the Virtual Library -- lots of history links)
  • ORB -- Online Reference Book For Medieval Studies (Essays, original sources and a whole lot more.)
  • The Medieval Technology Pages (Learn about everything from cannons to rattraps. Fascinating.)
  • Labyrinth (Medieval history studies.)
  • Ian's English Calendar (Calculate when Easter and Pentecost were in 1649. Learn what day of the week June 15, 1215 was. Convert between New Style and Old Style dates. And more cool stuff!)
  • The English Civil War Pages (Overview of the war between the King and Parliament.)
  • The 17th Century Reenacting and Living History Resources (Political and religious pamphlets from the English Civil War and the Thirty Years War, plus ballads. Great site!)
  • Canada History (The history of "my home and native land".)
  • Encyclopedia Titanica (Biographies on over 2,000 passengers and crew on the ill-fated Titanic. It's about the real ship, not the movie.)
  • History Television (Canada's History cable channel. My Robin Hood page is one of their recommended sites.)

  • Science Links

  • Bad Science  (Alistair B. Fraser's page dedicated to science RE-education -- unlearn all those scientific misconceptions.)
  • Ontario Science Centre  (The online home of Toronto's wonderful centre of science and fun.)
  • Evolution FAQs at the Talk.Origins Archive (Detailed and very interesting studies and different aspects of evolution.)
  • Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame (Meet some great Canadians such as Alexander Graham Bell and Frederick Banting.)
  • The Medieval Technology Pages (Learn about everything from cannons to rattraps. Fascinating.)


    Copyright 1997 - 2009 Allen W. Wright