Started in 1996, Poets.org is the award-winning website of the Academy of American Poets. Visitors can find hundreds of essays and interviews about poetry, biographies of more than 500 poets, over 1700 poems, and audio clips of one hundred and fifty poems read by their authors or other poets. You can also learn all about the Academy and its programs; find local poetry resources on the National Poetry Map and calendar; and much more.
The Dickinson Electronic Archives (DEA) is a website devoted to the study of Emily Dickinson, her writing practices, writings directly influencing her work, and critical and creative writings generated by her work. The DEA is produced by the Dickinson Editing Collective, with four general editors working collaboratively with one another and with numerous coeditors, staff, and users.
A unique guide for the study of poetry, with an extensive range of definitions,
cross-references between related terms, informative sidelights, hyperlinked keywords, phonetic pronunciation
guides and numerous examples.
When John Betjeman’s Collected Poems came out in 1958 they made publishing history and have since sold over two and a quarter million copies.
But Betjeman was not only a poet. Through his broadcasting and journalism he opened people’s eyes to the value of the buildings and landscape around them and became Britain’s grand champion of its heritage.
This website is dedicated to the life and work of the great Romantic poet, Lord Byron. Born in 1788, Byron is the most famous and controversial of his contemporaries. He was always a study in contrasts, a melancholy satirist, an aristocratic champion of the common man, handsome and adored but obsessed with a small personal deformity. He fled England to escape scandal and a failed marriage and died of fever in 1824. His natural gift for poetry was the only consistency in his troubled life.
The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine, is an independent literary organization committed to a vigorous presence for poetry in our culture. It exists to discover and celebrate the best poetry and to place it before the largest possible audience.
The American Verse Project is a collaborative project between the University of Michigan Humanities Text Initiative (HTI) and the University of Michigan Press. The project is assembling an electronic archive of volumes of American poetry prior to 1920.
This is the Yeats section of the National Library of Ireland's website. The NLI holds the largest collection of Yeats material in the world and has just launched a major exhibition on the life and work of the poet. Much of the high quality multimedia from the exhibition is due to be added to the website in the coming months...
The Walt Whitman Archive is an electronic research and teaching tool that sets out to make Whitman’s vast work, for the first time, easily and conveniently accessible to scholars, students, and general readers.
The Wordsworth Variorum Archive (WVA) is a digital archive of the poetry of William Wordsworth. The archive makes available Wordsworth's poetry as it was originally published, arranged by published volume.
The Sligo Yeats Society is a non-profit voluntary society established in 1958.It has sought to service the needs of those interested in Yeats and to promote the association of Sligo region with the poet's work. The Yeats Society also contributes many cultural activities to the life of Sligo. The Society operates from the Yeats Memorial Building.