Books

    August, 2008

  • Poetry - August 18, 2008 09:57 AM
    You can find “Leaves of Grass” without ever leaving the house, if you know where to look online. The Internet can be an excellent source for poetry texts, information about poets and even tips for penning your own poems. Modern technology can bring all the classics, and even current poetry news, to your screen in seconds.
  • Young Adult (YA) Fantasy Literature - August 04, 2008 10:39 AM
    Children often have wild and fantastic imaginations, and a select group of adult authors caters to them. In this guide, find sources for discovering some of the popular YA fantasy authors and their work. Learn about the books that have won prestigious awards. And when you or your child is finally addicted to YA fantasy, feed the obsession with forums and blogs.
  • December, 2007

  • Don Quixote: From Man of La Mancha to Sites on La Web - December 07, 2007 03:07 PM
    Don Quixote is a staple of classic literature, and also the source of inspiration for the name of our site, findingDulcinea. If all of our talk of windmills and knights errant has made you wonder what all the fuss is about, then you're in the right place. In this Web Guide, you'll find plenty of Don Quixote references and resources, and even a few fun Quixote-inspired visual and audio works (although we promise not to sing "The Impossible Dream").
  • October, 2007

  • Comic Books - October 11, 2007 09:40 AM
    Whether you are a seasoned collector or a casual reader, comic books are a versatile medium that can serve as both entertainment and commodity. Children of all ages can enjoy comics, and the multi-billion dollar industry has branched out to related products over the years, from action figures to major motion pictures. For more information, comic book fans and dealers will find many helpful Web sites devoted to the hobby.
  • Science Fiction and Fantasy - October 10, 2007 02:58 PM
    There was a time when the idea of a world-wide system linking people and computers might have been straight out of the pages of the latest science fiction magazine. No surprise then, that science fiction and fantasy fans, writers, editors, artists, and more have taken to the Internet in large numbers from the time of the early bulletin board discussion groups to the instant messaging, blogs, and chat rooms of today. Whether you're new to science fiction and fantasy and want to know more, have a favorite writer you'd like to know more about, are looking for information on actors, movies, and TV shows, or would like to meet people who share the same interests in science fiction and fantasy as you do, the Internet is the perfect place to find out what you need to know.
  • June, 2007

  • Books: Discover, Read, Publish and Buy Literature Online - June 17, 2007 02:19 PM
    If the neighborhood bookstore never has what you want and the big chains are too overwhelming to navigate, try finding another source to get your literature fix. Let the Internet be your new books guru: buy, sell or trade new and used books, connect with other readers who share your interests, read reviews and find all kinds of literary news.