|"It is our hope
that the Loresraat has discovered a way to speak and hear
messages across distances. The Warmark believes that such a
way will be of great value ..."
|-- The Illearth War|
Well he was right ... and that way is via hyperlinks on the
World Wide Web. Sadly there are only a handful of web sites
dedicated to SRD in the context of the Chronicles of Thomas
Covenant, unless you include the bazillion or so review pages.
Linked below are the pages I could find below ... and would be
only too happy to add yours if you
e-mail me the URL.
If you created the pages or images below and don't want them
listed here, please let me know and I'll remove them from this
site. Newest links are
Official Stephen R. Donaldson Web Site. The great wait is over folks ... the Man himself has launched onto the World Wide Web.
Kevin's Watch. Check out the excellent book cover scans and the Covenant lists. There is sure to be more good stuff appearing on this site all the time.
Wikipedia's Chronicles of Thomas Covenant page.
Scott Brick Presents a series of audiotapes including some of the Chronicles of Thomas Covenant. If you have a vision-impaired friend this might be just the thing for them.
Legends of the Land Role Playing Game (RPG). To quote the author: "Here will eventually be the rules for role-playing in The Land, a place created by Stephen R Donaldson in his superb fantasy series The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant. This site should be considered a tribute to those books. There will actually be two sets of RPG rules here, one based on Jeffrey Schecter's Legends of Middle Earth RPG and the other set based on the Wizards of the Coasts popular d20 rules, under their Open Gaming License (OGL)."
The Eternal Night. No, it's not black like Spinal Tap's album cover ... it is a professional-looking site covering the latest in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror literature. It's crammed full of free stories, author interviews and bios, reviews, lists and links to what looks like a huge cross-section of sci-fi/fantasy/horror authors. It was so good in fact that I spent more time there than I intended to, so no more updates to 'the Land' today. (And I don't get a kickback from them for saying that, either!)
The Eternal Night's Donaldson page.
The Ultimate Donaldson Fan-site with a biography, list of books and Chronicles-themed images.
Tehanu's Notes on The Lord of the Rings, the Belgariad, and the First Chronicles of Thomas Covenant. She lambastes S.R.D. pretty hard for his colorful use of language but covers some interesting ground.