I Rex Stout anyang 1931
Letratu neng Arnold Genthe
|Bantug a obra||Nero Wolfe corpus
|Asawa||Fay Kennedy (1916–1932)
Pola Weinbach Hoffmann (1932–1975)
|Ának||Barbara Stout Selleck (1933–)
Rebecca Stout Bradbury (1937–)
I Rex Todhunter Stout (Diciembre 1, 1886 – Octubre 27, 1975) metung yang talasulat a Amerikanung mekilala king kayang detective fiction. Kilala yang dili i Stout antimong talapaglalang king matenakan a pikudtang detektib a i Nero Wolfe, a linarawan ning talapanyuring (reviewer) i Will Cuppy antimong "that Falstaff of detectives."  Sinulat no ning talasaup nang Wolfe, i Archie Goodwin, deng kasu ning henyong detektib manibat 1934 (Fer-de-Lance) anggang 1975 (A Family Affair).
Pinili re antimong Masanting Diling Seryeng Pangmisteryu ning Dilanwa/Siglu (Best Mystery Series of the Century) ing kabilugan da reng kasulatang Nero Wolfe (Nero Wolfe corpus) king Bouchercon 2000, ing pekamaragul a pamitipun king yatu dikil kareng misteryu o mystery, at i Rex Stout ing mepiling Manimunang Talasulat da reng Misteryu ning Dilanwa/Siglu o Best Mystery Writer of the Century.
|“||His narrative and dialogue could not be improved, and he passes the supreme test of being rereadable. I don't know how many times I have reread the Nero Wolfe stories, but plenty. I know exactly what is coming and how it is all going to end, but it doesn't matter. That's writing.||”|
- McAleer, John, Rex Stout: A Biography (1977, Little, Brown and Company; ISBN 0-316-55340-9), p. 287; Rothe, Anna (ed.) Current Biography (1946), New York: H. W. Wilson Co., 1947, p. 576. Essays by both Will Cuppy ("How to Read a Whodunit") and Rex Stout ("Watson Was a Woman") appeared in The Art of the Mystery Story: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Howard Haycroft (Simon and Schuster, 1946). Cuppy likened Wolfe to Falstaff 1936, in his review of The Rubber Band. In 1959, Stout's beloved character Hattie Annis stated the comparison to Wolfe himself, immediately after being introduced to him in the novella "Counterfeit for Murder."
- Walker, Tom "Mystery writers shine light on best: Bouchercon 2000 convention honors authors"; The Denver Post, September 10, 2000. The other four nominees were Raymond Chandler, Agatha Christie, Dashiell Hammett and Dorothy Sayers. Christie was voted Best Mystery Writer of the Century, and Christie's Hercule Poirot was named Best Mystery Series of the Century. The 31st World Mystery Convention was presented in Denver September 7–10, 2000.
- Foreword to John McAleer's Rex Stout: A Biography, p. v
- Rex Stout at AllRovi
- The Wolfe Pack, official site of the Nero Wolfe Society
- Merely a Genius..., Winnifred Louis' fan site dedicated to Nero Wolfe and his creator, Rex Stout
- Time obituary (November 10, 1975)
- John J. McAleer: The Making of Rex Stout's Biography (Mark Fullmer)
- Stout's radicalism, the FBI, the books (from the Daily Bleed Calendar)
- a comprehensive overview of Rex Stout's work and biography
- Forty years with Nero Wolfe (January 12, 2009) by Terry Teachout
- wiki collections of quotations from Rex Stout's works
- Ten Rex Stout stories (1913–1917) at The EServer (Iowa State University)
- Works by Rex Stout at Project Gutenberg
- Bibliography of Stout's first editions in the United Kingdom
- Rex Stout at Find a Grave
|ALIWANG LAGYU||Stout, Rex Todhunter|
|MAKUYAD A PAMILARAWAN||American writer|
|ALDO KEBAITAN||Diciembre 11, 1886|
|LUGAL KEBAITAN||Noblesville, Indiana|
|ALDO KEMATIAN||Octubre 27, 1975|
|LUGAL KEMATIAN||Danbury, Connecticut|