- Andre gasson's Wilkie Collins Information Pages s(last updated May 2015)
- The Wilkie Collins Journal
- The Online Books site at the University of Pennsylvania lists almost three dozen titles of works by Collins at Project Gutenberg
This academic, peer-reviewed resource dedicated to the life and works of Collins is the new web-based home of the publication known previously as The Wilkie Collins Society Journal. Sponsored by the Wilkie Collins Society, the journal supports and promotes innovative and rigorous research into one of the most successful and important authors of the nineteenth century. Established in 1981, The Journal is dedicated to furthering our understanding of the life and works of Collins with the particular aim promoting new methodological approaches to Collins’s writings as well as to broaden our understanding of the larger context from which those works emerged. The editorial team is particularly eager to publish works on the lesser-known texts of the author, although articles offering fresh approaches to the better-known novels of the 1860s will be considered. The Journal, which is also interested in related authors and sensation fiction broadly defined, will consider articles on authors such as Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Charles Reade, Charles Dickens, Ellen Wood, and Florence Marryat.
Last modified 26 November 2016