Links to Other Finnegans Wake and Joyce Sites

Textual links

General sites (including discussion groups)


Source information

Contemporary culture

Textual sites

Finnegans Wake text, html (Ulysses is on the site as well)

Michael Hanson's Concordex (Finnegans Wake, Ulysses, Dubliner’s, Portrait, Chamber Music – and To the Lighthouse)

Chris Bjork’s Interactive Finnegans Wake notebook page –

Joyce reading from FW

Ulysses Concordance

ALP soundtrack

General sites (including discussion groups)

Charles Cave’s excellent site, with masses of link. It also has a page with instructions on subscribing to FWREAD.


Send command to

Subscribe: subscribe fwread [name]

Receive your own submissions: set fwread mail ack

Stop a while: set fwread mail postpone

Resume: set fwread mail [ack]

Signoff: signoff fwread [name]

Help: help

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Bill Cadbury’s Finnegans Wake homepage:

IQ Infinity Joyce site

Split Pea Press

The Finnegans Wake Society of New York (very nice site)

The Bloom site – devoted to JJ

The Finnegans Wake listserver address


The Brazen Head: a James Joyce ‘pub’


International James Joyce Foundation


Joyce Resources on the Internet


Trieste Joyce Laboratory


Usenet - alt.books.james-joyce

News: alt.books.james-joyce

Japanese Finnegans Wake site - by K. Kumagui


James Joyce Centre


A Japanese site


Antwerp Joyce Centre


Michael Groden, JJ Activity on the Web site – the best links site


Pomona’s JJ Tribute site




On-line Joyce criticism

Summary of Ulysses

A paper on [alcoholism &] Dubliners:

James Joyce Quarterly

To buy A Wake Newslitter CD-ROM

Hypermedia Joyce Studies

Ulysses for Dummies

JJ Literary Supplement

Source information

Dublin architecture:


The Goat and Welch Fusileers

Vico - The Italian text (with graphics) is available for downloading at

Joycean photo gallery:

JJ’s Grave

Pictures by Susan Weil

Paul Albertsen’s zodiac interpretation of FW


Contemporary culture

History of Ireland

A cartoon (Shem & Sam) about the adventures of Joyce and Beckett:

An engraving of Joyce:

Finding books

Archive of sound (search on ‘James Joyce ‘)

Wake based theatre