Well, the hope for daily updates is already invalid. Good thing, too, I think, since it will remove some of the pressure to keep this updated. After all, I think of this more as a work diary than anything else. If helpful comments come along, all the better.
So, a haphazard start. And a haphazard note, too.
I read Sam Moskowitz's chapter on Fortean science fiction writers in his Strange Horizons: The Spectrum of Science Fiction.
He is not favorably inclined to the Forteans. He sees Fort himself as derivative and, after a few subtle stories, the turn to Forteanism as rote. Forteanism, he claims, died with Sputnik.
The last is clearly not true. Indeed, as his book was being published in 1976 there was something of a Fortean revival, with books by Michel and Rickard and Coleman and Clark, as well as the continued publication of The International Fortean Organization (INFO) Journal.
But, he does provide a couple of references to some of the early Fortean stories that will be worth following.
Also, his papers are at Texas A&M, which is worth keeping in mind.