So, what is this page? It's the "back door" into Xenite.Org where we accept deliveries. Actually, it's a straight text (or nearly straight text) listing of Xenite.Org's current science fiction and fantasy URLs. This site used to be part of an archive for a message board which no longer resides on Xenite.Org. We've moved our forums and our archives to either SF-FANDOM or SF-WORLDS.
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One of Kevin Sorbo's male fans speaks out about the actor's career, abilities, successes, and flops. No-holds-barred evaluation of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Kull the Conqueror.
One of the most comprehensive and extensive collection of essays on J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth has been translated into Polish, Spanish, French, and Italian. These essays have been cited in dissertations, master's theses, and put on required reading lists for students of science fiction and fantasy around the world. Come see why and learn about Tolkien's Elves, Hobbits, Dwarves, and the mysteries and wonders of Middle-earth.
Lovecraft loved to write about the Old Ones, so if you're missing the powder of Ibn Ghazi, get a fresh dose here, the closest equivalent to the Arkham asylum you'll find on the Web.
All matters concerning the Inklings such as J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams, and others are welcome discussion here, whether it be The Hobbit, the Lord of the Rings, the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Perelandra, Aslan, or whatever, you're encouraged to visit and join the discussions.
Catch up on past threads about The Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit, The History of Middle-earth, C.S. Lewis' books, news, transcripts, essays, and other topics relating to the Inklings.
Fans of Xena: Warrior Princess are encouraged to visit and post on this message board. We accept discussion, Web site and mailing list announcements, questions, and just about anything relating to the shows. You can also join in our polls.
Thinking about collecting Andre Norton books? Here's the place to start listing the ones you want to find.
Can't keep up with all those names in Andre Norton's Witch World story? This project tries to help out.
Did Edgar Rice Burroughs really publish everything he wrote about John Carter of Mars, Dejah Thoris, and the wonderful peoples and creatures of Barsoom? Or have some long-forgotten manuscripts been found at last?
Say good-bye to Salsa! Here you can get a great recipe for a white cheese dip the likes of which cannot be found anywhere outside the southern United States. Chile Con Queso was never this good!
The Frequently Asked Questions document for the Hercules newsgroups.
A review of Arthur H. Landis' Camelot books, including A WORLD CALLED CAMELOT, CAMELOT IN ORBIT, and THE MAGICK OF CAMELOT. Read about the adventures of Galactic Foundation Adjuster Kyrie Fern as he uncovers one of the greatest mysteries in science fiction: a magic system that really works.
Andre Norton fans are encouraged to visit this message board to read about and discuss her books, her characters, her life, collecting Andre Norton books and related-artwork, and generally to meet a great corner of science fiction and fantasy fandom.
Catch up on the past discussions about Andre Norton and her impact on science fiction and fantasy.
Fans of the SciFi Channel's hit television series Farscape are encouraged to discuss the show here, as well as its stars Ben Browder (John Crichton), Claudia Black (Aeryn Sun), Anthony Simcoe (D'Argo), Virginia Hey (Zhaan), and Gina Edgley (Chiana).
Concerned about what we do with the information your browser gives us, or what we do if you subscribe to one of our mailing lists? This policy explains it all.
Have some leisure time to fill? Catch up on some neat science fiction and fantasy stories (original fiction not found elsewhere on the Net), or browse an index of essays written by Michael Martinez for other Web sites.
Curious about J.R.R. Tolkien's lesser-known works? These reviews of Roverandom, Farmer Giles of Ham, and Smith of Wootton Major introduce Tolkien's Middle-earth lovers to new vistas and characters.
Not just another episode guide, The History of Xena: Warrior Princess is an ongoing narrative relating the entire history of Xena from her humble beginnings to her latest adventures. The site also includes genealogical tables for Xena's family, the Amazons, and more.
How would some of science fiction and fantasy's and Hollywood's most beloved characters relate to the classic rock band, Yes? Here are some speculations on what they might say.
Keeping up with all the J.R.R. Tolkien and Middle-earth Web sites at Xenite.Org can be a hassle, so this page provides a concise index for you.
The Web's first LoTR movie news site, the Lord of the Rings movie news site keeps you up-to-date with all the important news pertaining to Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings movies.
Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman lead an all-star cast in a great contemporary fantasy movie based on a popular novel. Come read about the movie and find great links to Practical Magic sites and resources.
Not everyone on the Net is bucking George Lucas' Star Wars: Episode I, the Phantom Menace movie. Come see why this fan loves it and is looking forward to more Queen Amidala, Jar Jar Binks, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and the deep intrigues of the Republic.
Fans of Xena: Warrior Princess from the Chakram mailing list got together to present Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor with a neat and unusual gift. This Web site memorializes the gift.
Looking for links to great Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan, or John Carter of Mars sites? We've got some right here!
There are a lot of Web directories and indexes devoted to J.R.R. Tolkien and Middle-earth, but this is the only one that dares to select the best and say they are the best.
Come see one of the first Andre Norton fan sites put up on the Web. The Witch World Page remains a popular and comprehensive resource for fans of Andre Norton.
Nobody has as many resources indexed as we do, currently more than 1700. You can get to just about anywhere in the Hercules and Xenaverse from Xena Online Resources.
Science fiction and fantasy are the main staple at Xenite.Org's feast of Web sites, mailing lists, and other resources.
The Xenite.Org network is simply too large for us to keep up with all the sites. This site map is the best place to look for a fairly comprehensive list of links to main pages on Xenite.Org and its sister sites.
Overwhelmed by all the exciting Web sites at Xenite.Org? Keep up with the newest additions and updates here.
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