The Daily Ozmapolitan is a one-stop source for topical Oz news and useful links.
Destination Hollywood’s Tribute to MGM’s Wizard of Oz offers a broad overview of the 1939 classic.
The Oz Index attempts to list all books related to L. Frank Baum and Oz.
The Oz Museum in Wamego, Kansas, is home to a collection of more than 24,000 Wizard of Oz items.
The Royal Publisher of Oz produces authentic Oz books that expand on the stories began by L. Frank Baum and his successors.
The Royal Timeline of Oz organizes Oz fiction from many sources chronologically according to where stories fit into Ozian history.
The Warner Bros. Official Wizard of Oz Website provides updates from the current owner of the 1939 Judy Garland musical.
The Wizard of Oz Lesson Plans page includes links to resources for teaching students about L. Frank Baum and Oz.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Website shares so much Oz information and so many other Oz links that it’s virtually comprehensive.
Books of Current Focus showcases nine years and nearly a million words of archived fan discussions about Oz and related books.
Burzee follows the conversation between two Oz fans (and life-long friends) as they read and discuss Oz and Baum books.
Curiozity Corner posts about new and forthcoming Oz merchandise with some checklists of vintage material, too.
The Oz Enthusiast is an aptly named blog that presents a show-and-tell look at rare and older Oz material.
Books of Wonder offers Oz books, collectible mugs, games, puzzles, pins, and more.
BuyCostumes.com features an array of Wizard of Oz-themed costumes year-round.
Hungry Tiger Press keeps many scarce Oz and related books in print. You’ll also find information about early Oz music and more.
Tails of the Cowardly Lion and Friends has published dozens of new Oz books written by fans for more than 25 years.