From Category: Poetry Resource Directories
Links to dozens of small presses and literary journals that publish poetry, plus selected poets' webpages and historic documents, with a particular interest in experimental, postmodern and "language poetry". We were amused by the "Device for Generating a Contemporary Essay Title". Site is maintained by SUNY-Buffalo.
Bio-bibliographic database of over 500 classic and contemporary Irish writers, plus an impressive variety of links to authors' websites, booksellers, publishers, and other literary resources.
Extensive list of links to literary journals (print and online), presses, organizations and other sites of interest to writers. Clearly presented with helpful short descriptions.
News, information and guides to independent bookstores, independent publishers, literary periodicals, alternative periodicals, independent record labels, alternative newsweeklies and more."
Amsterdam Printing, a maker of personalized pens and similar products, maintains this link directory of literary organizations and reference sites for students and teachers of writing.
International directory of poetry links goes beyond English to include resources in many languages. Links to events, competitions, publishing news and help with the mechanics of poetry round out this handsome site. A great place for amateurs to improve their craft.
Resource and link exchange site for poet bloggers worldwide. Site also includes news about contests and calls for submissions. Good for emerging writers.
Large link directory of markets and contests for writers, broken down by type of publisher (anthology, paying publication, semi-professional magazines, book publishers, and so on). Science fiction, fantasy and horror writers will find the site most useful, but there are also a number of general-interest and poetry links.
Links to poetry resources around the English-speaking world. Especially strong on UK sites.
Hundreds of links for lovers of poetry, compiled by Patrick Martin.
This Australian website has collected over 600 labor union and political protest songs, from classics like "Bread and Roses" and "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" to contemporary offerings such as "After We Torture Our Prisoners". A number of the songs are accompanied by audio recordings. An extensive links directory provides information on other working-class music and cultural sites.