Aristos is the online review of the arts and hosts the Jack Schaefer web site. The site features an article titled "Jack Schaefer: Teller of Tales" by Louis Torres, "an independent scholar and critic specializing in the life and work of Jack Schaefer." The site also has additional biographical information and pictures, as well as an extensive bibliography of Schaefer's works, and secondary and background sources.
Books and Writers has an essay about Schaefer and a full description of the movie Shane.
Contemporary Authors Online, Gale, 2003. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, MI: The Gale Group, 2003. C Document Number: H1000087543.
Lakewood Public Library features an article about Lakewood's favorite son, Jack Schaefer. The article, by Dan Chabek, was originally written for the Lakewood Sun Post and appeared on July 3, 1997.
A Literary History of the American West is online. The Western Literature Association produced the book in 1987; it is published by Texas Christian University Press. The link is for an essay by Fred Erisman on Schaefer, his plots, characterization and themes.
Oberlin College held a celebration in honor of the 50th anniversary of Shane.
The University of New Mexico is one of the repositories for Jack Schaefer's correspondence regarding background materials and research for Schaefer's western novels. The site features a biography of Schaefer and an idea of the scope and content of the collection.
Selected Books about Jack Schaefer
Haslam, Gerald W., Jack Schaefer. Boise State University Press, 1975.