Links to Other Wodehouse Sites

If you're interested in learning more about P.G. Wodehouse there are many web sites devoted to the Master's work and life. Below are some of the sites we recommend. You should also check out the web sites of the other Societies some of which contain a plethora of information about the master (if "plethora" is the word I want).

Madame Eulalie’s Rare Plums This ever-expanding site is dedicated to Plum's early writings. The members of the Yahoo!Blandings group that maintain the site are endeavoring, among other things, to collect the texts of early works that have never appeared in book form — including stories, poems and song lyrics published before 1923, which means they are out of copyright and in the public domain in the U.S. At this site you'll find everything from Wodehouse's earliest appearances in print to classic short stories and serials published in leading magazines like the Saturday Evening Post and the Strand. New discoveries are being added all the time so check in from time to time to see what's new!
The Wodehouse Short Stories This index of Wodehouse's short stories, compiled and maintained by Neil Midkiff, is an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning more about them.
The Wodehouse Novels Another index compiled by Neil Midkiff, this one for the novels. Information about serializations and variations between the U.K. and U.S. versions is included.
A Celebration of
P.G. Wodehouse
This labor of love for the late Terry Mordue contains a complete bibliography as well as some excellent plot synopses and a few character sketches.
Biblia Wodehousiana This site provides an extensive list of the Biblical references in Plum's work which are quite numerous.
Plumtopia This blog by a writer in England who is passionate about Plum frequently contains information and insights of interest to Wodehouse fans. We think Wodehouse had a special regard for the Scandinavian in his works and this site reflects a Norwegian fan's warm devotion to things Wodehousian.
Bally Aunts Bally Aunts, the Capital, Capital chapter's home on Twitter, where followers revel in all things Wodehousian. Check back daily for favorite quotes and impromptu discussions about Wodehouse's life and oeuvre.