Offline resources that are geared to the Apple II user. It's been noted that there is probably more printed good quality reading material available now than ever before in the history of Apple II computing. All you have to do is subscribe, or in several cases, download. Here's a list of links to the best Apple II publications available!
Sean Fahey's web site bringing you current news and information - for all Apple II users.
The Apple Blossom
An excellent Quarterly Newsletter for all Apple II users that was published by Steve Cavanaugh (no longer in publication).
After a 12-year hiatus, Call -A.P.P.L.E. magazine is back, this time as an online (e-zine) publication (distribution in Acrobat or MS Reader format). Call –A.P.P.L.E. supports Apple II and Macintosh computers, and includes information, software and programming hints for the latest iMac series computers.
Online Eamon Adventurers' Guild
A website maintained by Matthew Clark, this site serves as a comprehensive information source and archive for Eamon adventures.
The Unofficial Eamon Home Page
A website maintained by Fredrik Ekman, another collection of information, sites and links to support the Eamon text adventure RPG (role playing game).
EAMON CD Collection
Celebrating twenty years of computerized fantasy role-playing gaming on the Apple II. The newsletter of the Eamon Adventurers' Guild is no longer actively published by Tom Zuchowski, though back issues of the EAG newsletter are available via the web. Tom Z. is selling a CD compilation of EVERYTHING Eamon for $3.00. This CD includes some 220 MB of Eamon stuff in over 1600 files, and Tom plans to keep selling it as long as people want it. The CD has a full set of DOS 3.3 and ProDOS Eamons for both native Apple II and emulator and also native MS-DOS versions, includes four of the best emulators for PC and Mac, a full set of newsletter back issues going back to 1984, maps, pictures, and quite a lot more stuff. It uses the universal ISO9660 format that works with PC's and Macs. Tom welcomes email from people who have questions about Eamon, and you can reach him at at email@example.com to order the Eamon CD, or just to chat about Eamon.
Juiced.GS Editor-in-Chief and Publisher Ken Gagne brings you the only newsetter specially geared for the Apple IIgs owner! The only remaining active newsletter still in publication - a "must have" resource for any Apple IIgs aficianado.
The next generation and successor to GenieLamp A2, The Lamp!, edited by Ryan Suenaga, will be maintained at this web page.
Nibble Magazine - Software for Apple II Enthusiasts
Nibble magazine published original Apple II programs and features for 12 1/2 years. The magazines and books have recently become available on CD/DVD at this website... along with a history of the publication.