Links to poetry literary resources online. Please note that while some recognized poets may indeed build and maintain their own homepages, and many individuals voluntarily contribute their time, enthusiasm and talent to the appreciation and study of the literary art of verse on the internet, this category and the categories under it are not for personal homepages containing poetry or "amateur" poetry published to the internet.
A random walk through eight centuries of English-language verse, updated daily. Visitors can add their poems by email, and webmasters can link to individual poems. Indexed by poet and title. Illustrated.
Emphasizes the literary and visual arts in relation to nature, with poetry and essays by contemporary authors (culled mostly from the pages of Orion and Orion Afield magazines--which co-sponsor this site) and information on historic naturalism and naturalist literature.
Website for the PBS television special hosted by Bill Moyers includes performances and interviews with some of America's most accomplished poets.
A brief glossary of literary terms, focusing on poetic terms in particular.
"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."
A bilingual English and German anthology of poems inspired by other poems and poets.
An introduction to the reading of poetry, with short introductions to several well known modern poets and audio files with discussions or readings of their works.
Archive of contemporary and user-submitted poetry with categories dedicated to love, sadness, friendship and life.
Resource offers archived features, categorized links and recommended reading.
Publisher of Poetry magazine, and an independent literary organization committed to a presence for poetry in American culture. Includes poems, articles and podcasts as well as resources. Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Article discussing the nature of the form, its history, terminology and the different traditions.
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