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This site is an index of indexes listing individual author guides or other documents relating to specific writers.
This site is devoted to creating the largest, most diverse, and user-friendly on-line library of poetry. Currently it contains almost 6,000 poems by more than 600 poets. In addition, it lists favorites, a bibliography, and links.
This site features a new poem each day, including information about the featured poet and book. It also maintains a daily listing of reviews and articles about poetry and poets from national and international sources.
An abundance of links to important newspapers, magazines and journals, news services, book reviews, columnists, search engines, utilities, and amusements. An invaluable source for keeping up with what is happening in the world of language, literature, the arts, criticism, and culture.
This site is dedicated to the lives and works of 13 of America's most famous modern poets, including T. S. Eliot, Sylvia Plath, Emily Dickinson, and Wallace Stevens. Based on the Voices & Visions video series, which is periodically shown on PBS, these Web pages give links to photographs, biographies, exhibits, and poems by and about these poets. The video series itself is an excellent teacher resource and may also be suitable for your advanced American Literature classes after you have previewed the videos.
A great source for biographies and bibliographies of American poets, particularly contemporary ones. On this site one can find a poet, visit a poetry exhibit, join a discussion, or read featured essays.
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