The Webmaster and I have decided to add a ‘Link Exchange’ section to the Links page. It is basically a place to exchange links with other Bowie fan sites. For example, in order for VH1 to link to us we have to first link to them. So if you would like us to add your Bowie-related site in the Link Exchange section, then help us out and link to us from your site. Gotta help each other out, yo.

Incidentally, I linked to my MySpace page in the Webmistress’s Links section. If you request to add me as a friend, please let me know that you are a reader of Otherwise, you will remain in friend limbo because I will not know who you are.

4 Responses to “New Links Section”

  1. saudade Says:

    Very nice! Hey, and thanks for sticking me in your links, babe!

    I went to the VH-1 site, and is it just me or is it totally weird to have ABC listed as one of two “related artists?”

    “…ABC built upon the detached, synthesized R&B pop of David Bowie and Roxy Music, adding a self-conscious, campy sense of theatrics and style.” What do you guys think about this?

  2. Webmistress Says:

    I don’t doubt that ABC was influenced by both Bowie and Roxy Music, but to characterize both as “detached, synthesized R&B pop” is just plain wrong. Maybe some of their catalogue can be described that way, but the vast majority cannot. They must have Bowie and Roxy Music mixed up with Tubeway Army. I swear, music journalists are so stupid sometimes. Maybe Siouxsie Sioux really should kill a few of them. None would be missed.

  3. tigers on vaseline Says:


    I just became aware of your site through the Mojo Bowie 60th birthday edition,and would very much like to be added to your circle of friends.My name’s Peter Haywood, I live in Melbourne Australia, and I’ve been a mad Bowie fan since I was 12, w-a-a-y back in 1973. I’m hoping that you’d be so kind as to give my 1st novel “Catch a Falling Star” some publicity on your website. Self-published on, the novel is set in the early ’80’s, and tells the story of a Bowie-obsessed young man (me,basically)moving into a squalid inner-city share house with a bunch of musician friends, forming a band,and hoping to follow in my idol’s footsteps.Without the publicity machine of a major publisher behind me, I am pretty much left to my own devices to drum up interest in the book. So far, sites like BowieNet,BowieWonderworld, and Bowie Down Under have been very helpful in promoting my book,and I hope that Cracked Actor can do the same. I look forward to hearing from you.


    Peter Haywood

  4. Webmistress Says:

    Hey Peter, email me at webmistress(a t)!