This online companion to the Lawrence collections at the University of Nottingham in England includes a chronology, brief and extended biographies, bibliography, a section on Lawrence's friends and associates, online exhibitions, and many research links. The FAQ section would be a good place to start your research.
Academy of American Poets: D.H. Lawrence http://www.poets.org/poets/poets.cfm?45442B7C000C050D
This site explores the poetic side of Lawrence's output with a brief biographical essay, full texts of several poems, a bibliography, and links.
A New York Times archive collection of reviews, articles by and about Leavitt, and a sample chapter of his novel The Page Turner. Some of the articles address a controversy in which Leavitt was accused of plagiarizing the memoirs of the British poet Stephen Spender.
The website of this national gay and lesbian newsmagazine offers two interviews with Leavitt about his novels and his expatriate lifestyle.
Le Guin, Ursula K.
Ursula K. Le Guin Official Website
The author's official page is bursting with information: biographies and bibliographies, news and announcements, reviews and interviews, maps, illustrations, photos, and even advice to writers. Start your tour with the word "Enter" beside the map.
The Yale University Council on Southeast Asia Studies has created a project called "Vietnamese Perspectives on the War in Vietnam." This overview and annotated bibliography by Dan Duffy presents the historical background for Vietnam's current literary scene and describes some of the leading writers and works that emerged after the war.
Doris Lessing: A Retrospective
Here is a well-established fansite created by Lessing enthusiast Jan Hanford with the encouragement by the author. Hanford has compiled a biography, bibliographical information, links to articles and reviews, and audio and video files of readings and interviews.
New York Times Featured Author: Doris Lessing http://www.nytimes.com/books/99/01/10/specials/lessing.html
This compilation from the Times Books section includes approximately 30 items, including reviews, articles by or about Lessing, and audio files from her 1994 appearance at a famous writers' milieu, the 92nd Street YMCA. You may have to register (at no charge) to access all the material.
AllReaders.com Clarice Lispector Message Board
Use this message board to canvas other readers with questions you may have about Lispector's work.
Vidas Lusofonas: Clarice Lispector
This website devoted to "Lives of the Portuguese-Speaking World" has recently added an English-language page providing photographs, quotations, and commentary on the work of this writer. Click on Lispector's name in the list below the intro.
The Jack London Collection
This website hosted by the University of California at Berkeley includes a chronology, biography, FAQ, music, photos and documents, electronic tests, and access to a listserv for scholarly discussion of this author.
Jack London State Historic Park
This site is devoted to London's homes, ranch, and gravesite in Glen Ellen, California. It also includes a biography by the California State Historians.