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The Lurker's Guide to Babylon 5
Quite possibly THE single best B5 reference site on the net, with loads of behind the scenes information for every episode.
An archive of many of JMS' internet posts, many of which are referenced in the Lurker's Guide "JMS Speaks" sections.
The Babylon Project
The B5 wiki. Remember to cite your sources.
There was a series of 9 books from Dell publishing, most of which are unfortunately of dubious quality and are not considered canon, but there are 2 that are worthwhile. "The Shadow Within" (#7) deals mostly with the Icarus Mission to Z'Ha'dum, and those parts of the story have been declared canon by JMS himself. "To Dream In The City Of Sorrows" (#9) deals with Jeffrey Sinclair's life on Minbar after the events of season 1 and how he came to lead the Rangers. It's my personal favorite and is considered 100% canon.
There are novelizations of many of the films, including "Thirdspace", "In The Beginning" (my favorite), and "A Call To Arms". They offer a lot of new information and perspectives that there just wasn't time for in the movies themselves.
There are 3 additional book trilogies that are also considered canon: the Technomage trilogy, the Psi-Corps trilogy, and the Centauri Prime trilogy. The Centauri trilogy is called "Legions of Fire" and was written by scriptwriter Peter David.