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This page consists of links to sites that feature the work of more than one poet. This includes web-based literary magazines, some on-line publishing ventures, a few organizations with extensive information about poets, and on-line anthologies.

I have started a separate page for sites that invite visitors to post their work and have discussion forums. Some sites appear on both lists.

  • Aatischen, a general-interest magainze with a section on contemporary literature.
  • Abalone Moon, an online journal of poetry and art.
  • The Academy of American Poets Information on the Academy's programs, links to a few poets, and a list on ordering their cassette tapes of poetry readings.
  • The Adirondack Review, an on-line journal of poetry edited by Colleen Raynor.
  • Aileron, a journal in Austin, Texas from 1980 through 1995, now being revived as an on-line magazine.
  • All-Info About Poetry, a weekly on-line newsletter of poetry run by Paula Bardell.
  • *rave!*The Alsop Review a webzine that publishes some fine work by new and established writers. They also run a moderated message board called The Gazebo where you can post your work. Highly recommended.
  • Another Toronto Quarterly, an on-line journal of poetry, fiction, non-fiction based in Toronto.
  • *rave!*Anthology of Middle English Literature (1350-1485), by Anniina Jokinen, presents work by Chaucer, Malory and others, as well as scholarship and links to related resources.
  • Anthology Magazine, an international magazine of poetry, prose, and art.
  • Arabesques Review, an international journal of fiction, poetry, and prose.
  • Archipelago, an on-line journal of literature and opinion.
  • Ascent Magazine, an on-line journal of poetry, short fiction, essays and art.
  • Barrow Street, home page of the literary magazine and New York City reading series.
  • Baseball Almanac's Poetry Menu online collection of classic, modern and player poems. Recommended starting point for poets interested in baseball.
  • The Beliot Poetry Journal has a web site.
  • Big Bridge, "a webzine of poetry and everything else." Recommended.
  • BigCityLit, a New York City based on-line journal of poetry.
  • The Booxreview, a book review site. They review a variety of genres, including poetry.
  • CMU Index of Canonical Verse, a searchable archive of major works in Western literature.
  • Chicago Poetry features poems by published Chicago area writers, reviews and criticism, a calendar of events, a Chicago area email phonebook for local poets
  • A Collective Effort of Australian Visual Poets was an important and dynamic alternative press in Australia during the late 70s and 80s, and still active on a smaller scale today.
  • Communicative Times, a semi-annual journal for Japanese University student writers.
  • The Constant Critic, reviews of contemporary poetry brought to you by Fence Magaine.
  • Contemporary American Poetry Archive makes available out-of-print volumes on-line by a handful of minor American authors.
  • Contemporary Poetry Review an on-line journal devoted to the criticism of poetry, with reviews, a chatroom, , and interviews with distinguished critics, poets, and translators. Recommended.
  • The Cortland Review, an on-line journal of poetry, interviews.
  • Cosmoetica! an ongoing collection of Poems and Essays, featuring many boisterous ones by webmaster Dan Schneider.
  • Cotworld Online, an online magazine that accepts submissions of stories and poems. See their Gallery section for poems submitted.
  • The CP Project, poetry selected by Chris P.
  • The Cypriot Cicada Literary Magazine seeks to promote literature as a means of questioning identities, power structures and interpretations of history in the context of inter-communal relations.
  • Deanna's World contains some favorite poems of the webmaster, as well as links on a variety of other topics.
  • Dailogue Among Civilisations Through Poetry, samples of work from readers from the series of readings.
  • The Dreaming Pool, a literary magazine with a Jungian taste.
  • The Drunken Boat is an online magazine of international poetry and poetry-in-translations, includes features of other poetry publishers, interviews with well-known poets, reviews, essays, on poetry and many links to sites that are of use to writers.
  • The Electronic Poetry Center Library (EPC) has dozens of authors on its site, as well as links to other authors' web pages.
  • *rave!*Electronic Poetry Review a major on-line publisher of poetry. They have poems of the likes of Strand, Tranströmer, Bidart. Also interview. Recommended.
  • Empire: Zineis an wonderfully eclectic little magazine of poetry and culture.
  • Endtime Poetry, part of Prophezine, has apocalyptic Christian poetry.
  • *rave!*English Literature: Early Seventeenth Century (1603-1660), by Anniina Jokinen, presents work by Donne, Jonson, Bacon, Herrick and others, as well as scholarship and links to related resources.
  • Exquisite Corpse, an on-line poetry journal edited by Andrei Codrescu.
  • Failbetter.com, an on-line journal of poetry and ficiton.
  • Forgotten Ground RegainedOriginal poetry in accentual and alliterative verse (in the style of Beowulf or Sir Gawain and the Green Knight). Translations. Essays.
  • Funnypoets.com publishes funny poems and accepts submissions.
  • Gorelets, a webzine of horror poetry. Features include Vindigo channel and a "Refrigerator of Horror," an on-line set of poetry magnets. Boo!
  • Haijinx, "putting the Hai back in Haiku," an on-line journal of Haiku and associated Japanese forms. Poems and essays on the form. Highly recommended.
  • Haïku sans frontières, a wonderful international haiku site run by André Duhaime
  • Holistic Junction, collection of poets such as C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
  • The Homeless Poets Cafe domain of the itinerant poet, featuring art and poetry by, for, and about the nomad. They post poetry on this theme by the likes of Whitman and Rumi and also publish the work of contemporary street poets.
  • *rave!* HTI American Verse Project, an ambitious collaborative project between the University of Michigan and UM Press to archive all American Poetry published before 1920. Recommended.
  • In the Heydays of His Eyes.An Anthology of Poems about Being Young and Growing Up, anthology, with instructional suggestions, is designed for high school teachers and students and is to be downloaded without restriction or cost.
  • *rave!*The Index of Native American Authors Online hosts and contains links to many established and emerging Native American Poets
  • Ink and Ashes, an on-line journal of poetry edited by Francesco Levato.
  • The Internet Poetry Archive has several poets. Last time I checked, it was Milosz, Heaney, and Levine.
  • The Isle of Lesbosis dedicated to poetry and art by and about lesbians. There are samples of 'lesbian poetry by women' and 'lesbian poetry by men' (like Coleridge and Wordsworth). Who knew?
  • Kaldron had been the longest running U.S. visual poetry magazine when it ceased print publication in the early 90s. The on-line version picks up where print left off in reprinting work from past issues and its archive, as well as new work.
  • Kaldron Lettriste Pages, a growing collection of work from one of the major movements in visual poetry.
  • Laika Poetry Review, named after the dog launched into space by the U.S.S.R., an on-line journal seeking to promote a literary counterculture.
  • *rave!* Light and Dust Poets an interesting collection of poets that includes links whole selections, whole volumes of poems, and semi-autonomous sites. Karl Young, editor.
  • Literary Salt, an on-line journal of fiction and poetry edited by Rebecca Loudon and others.
  • A Little Poetrya webzine featuring writers from around the world.
  • Los, an on-line journal of poetry and art.
  • *rave!*I can't say enough good things about Leon Malinofsky'shome page. You can download TrueSpeech of Dylan Thomas reading and view dozens of poems.
  • The Marlboro Review , Vermont-based literary magazine. Their page has samples from recent issues, including poetry by Heather McHugh.
  • Martin Hardcastle'spoetry page presents a few dozen of Martin's favorite poems, plus separate, more in-depth pages on Yeats, Housman, and Parker
  • Man in the Moon, focusing on poems written by children.
  • *rave!*The Melic Review an on-line literary magazine. I recommend their Round Table discussion for poets looking for place to discuss their work.
  • Mi Po Poetry Zine, publishes a quarterly theme, weekly poetry art studies and poem of the week
  • The Miserere Review , formerly Oracle, a webzine of poetry and art.
  • Mr. Cogito an on-line journal of poetry and press.
  • *rave!* Modern American Poetry, a companion to Oxford Press' Anthology of Modern American Poetry. The site features biographical information and commentary on the poets and poetry in the Anthology. Highly recommended.
  • Moria, a poetry jounral, an interesting on-line magazine of poetry and poetics. Worth a visit.
  • Mudlark An Electronic Journal of Poetry & Poetics featuring one poet per issue. Recommended.
  • MYTHoPoetry, a collection of poetry, fiction and essays oriented towards myth and cultural criticism
  • Il Narratore, a site featuring audio recordings of important world literature, and contemporary poetry. The site is in Italian and English.
  • National Poetry Slam website. .
  • Nubian Poets, profiles on poets of African descent, useful poetry links, free poetry contest, poetry trivia, African American history.
  • NubianMindz, African-American poetry, short stories, art music.
  • Out of Our Minds, a weekly hour-long poetry show broadcast in Cupertino, CA, and also on the web.
  • *rave!* The Oxford Book of English Verse before 1900, quite a find; this looks like the whole collection .
  • A Passage through August, an illustrated poetry anthology on our "journey" through life and maturity
  • Passions in Poetry: Poems for the People. Poems by the people. Features by visitors (accepts submissions) rotated on a weekly basis on various topics. Also offers greeting cards.
  • Pathetic Poetry Society an on-line poetry collective. They have over 200 poets each posting many, many poems. They accept new members based on submission of a sample of writing. I like to think they derive their name frombathos, and not the penchant we poets have for poor hygiene and low incomes.
  • Pax Acidus, and underground poetry & music site.
  • Performance Poetry - Suite101.com an interesting collection of links, articles and discussions on performance poetry curated by Billy Marshall Stoneking.
  • Planet AUTHORity an on-line journal of poetry and prose that features a poem of the day and a recommended reading list.
  • The Planetary Poetry Society: Ezine of Postmodern Literature, a quarterly web publication with an on-line discussion group.
  • Poem of the Week, publishes a different, previously published poem every week. Recommended.
  • PoemHunter.com, poems from different poets all around the world. Thousands of poems and poets. All indexed.
  • poe[t]ropical Homepage has a short list of the webmaster's favorite links, "poetry hyperfolio" and many other neat little features. Recommended.
  • Poetry Archive, a nice collection of commonly anthologized poems. Recommended.
  • Poetry DailyA daily anthology of poetry. Also includes links to other sites of interest.
  • Poetry Fountain a small collection of poems and entertaining links.
  • The Poetry Library in London is the world's largest public library devoted exclusively to modern poetry
  • The Poetry Societycommissions poems, sponsors contests and events.
  • The Poetry Superhighway, maintained by Rick Lupert, features two different poets each week and keeps an archive of poets from previous weeks. Definitely one of the better e-zines.
  • poetrynow an on-line journal of poetry. Poems and reviews of major publications. A worthwhile visit.
  • *rave!* Poets' Corner, one of the best poetry collections on the web.
  • Pongo Publishing, a project helping troubled teens in the Seattle area through poetry.
  • Portable Poetry, makers of custom poetry anthologies. You chose from classic, pre-20th Century work.
  • Project Bartleby Archiveis an online library with a wide range of titles including Agatha Christie, Sarah Orne Jewett, Herman Melville, D.H. Lawrence, and many more.
  • The Random Stain, a webzine for "the pseudo-intellectual and anti-intellectual." Sort of neo-Avant Garde.
  • Rattapallax Press publishers of books and a journal of the same name.
  • *rave!*Renaissance English Literature (1485-1603), by Anniina Jokinen, presents work by More, Shakespeare, Campion and many others, as well as scholarship and links to related resources.
  • sendecki.com , an on-line journal of poetry edited by Daniel Sendecki.
  • September 11, 2001, A Journal on the Writer's Role in Society. A Seattle-based web publication.
  • Shadowstorm.net focuses on poetry, prose, short stories, essays and editorials revolving around the state of human affairs; with a touch of dark
  • Sidewalks Online, the electronic version of the 10 year old print journal edited by Tom Heie.
  • Sonnet Central an archive of English sonnets, commentary, pictures, and relevant web links. Recommended.
  • The Southend Poetry Group The Home Page of the The Southend Poetry Group, Essex,England. The Southend Poetry Group Activities include joint meetings with other poetry or writers' groups, occasional public readings, and publication of the annual "Southend Poetry" anthologies.
  • Southern Ocean Review New Zealand's first on-line International Literary Magazine.
  • Spokenwar, a rather angry little webzine with unmarked links to audio readings of poems.
  • Taverner's Koans, "a one-room schoolhouse of experimental poetics." Gallery of underrated poets, discussion groups, and poetry workshop. All free.
  • ThePoet's Corner, a monthly e-zine of poetry. Also a place where visitors can post their own work.
  • Thermopylae, an e-zine with interviews and poetry presented by Gloria Brame. Recommended.
  • Three Candles, an interesting journal of poetry with a useful set of links. Recommended.
  • *rave!*Twentieth-century Poetry in English, an excellent site covering the major Modernist figures. Their links page is quite good, too.
  • Ubuweb visual/concrete/sound poetry.
  • Unlikely Stories contains the works of a variety of contemporary poets and fictionalists. Maintained by Jonathan Penton
  • VI Radio broadcasts and Podcasts slam poetry and other material.
  • The Virtual Colony presents various artists and poets. Although the number of writers is rather small compared to sites along oriented along similar lines, the work is quite interesting.
  • Web del Sol, an interesting webzine and sampler of a few print journals. Highly recommended.
  • Webstatic an online collection organized by Big themes: Love, Life, Truth, and Passion.
  • Wise Women's Web Page features poems, stories, and essays of important writers such as Alicia Ostriker, Grazia Deledda.
  • A Workshop with Hungarian Visual Poets, presented by Kaldron and Light & Dust Poets.
  • Zafusy, an on-line journal of poetry and fiction.
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