Make your own free website on


Just a small number of sites, but these should be more than enough for anybody.

1upinfo ("a portal with a difference" – good range of resources for literature – articles, bibliographies, and links)

Art and Letters Daily ("an updated report of news [on arts-related topics] from the Chronicle of Higher Education - excellent resource for literature and the humanities in general)

British and Irish authors (a big links site with details of British and Irish authors on the Web)

British Council Literature Department (events, news, links and ‘Literature Matters’ in electronic form)

The Complete Review ("A Literary Saloon and Site of Review…a selectively comprehensive, objectively opinionated survey of books old and new, trying to meet all your book review, preview, and information needs" with over 1000 reviews of books old and new)

Cybereditions (a wonderful links site for arts-related topics) (a huge site - poetry, links, regular newsletter etc)

Favorite Poem Project (brainchild of former American poet laureate Robert Pinsky – poems both to read and to watch being read on video)

Great Authors (biographies, bibliographies, and notes on the works of over 20 great authors – from Mantex)

The Labyrinth (medieval studies)

Literary Resources On The Net (all the literary links you could hope for)

Lives - the biography resource (claims to be the largest biography site on the Web - many, many authors included)

London Review of Books (online edition of excellent if slightly highbrow ‘dead tree’ publication with, for the present at least, an archive of articles from back issues)

The Luminarium (fine resource for medieval, Renaissance and seventeenth-century literature)

Poetry 180 (a selection of 180 American poems from the Library of Congress, mostly contemporary, many of them excellent for classroom use)

The Poetry Resource (large set of links maintained by Patrick Martin)

Using Poetry To Teach Reading (from the Teacher’s Mentor, a big site aimed at teachers in the US education system but with some good ideas for using poetry to teach reading and some links to kids’ poetry sites as well as other classroom resources)

Back to the Index

powered by lycos
SEARCH: Tripod The Web