Links to Organizations
This page contains links to online presence of literary organizations. Most
of the sites listed here are non-profit. However, some of the site listed here
are commercial and their listing here does not constitute an endorsement of any
The Poetry Resource
- 92nd Street Y "New York
City's leading cultural institution." Their site has audio readings,
information on upcoming events, and an email list you can subscribe to.
- The Academy of American Poets,
the organization that publishes the journal Poetry and makes innumerable
contributions to poetry through promotion and awards.
- Art.net links has
tons of links to poets and organizations.
- The Arizona State Poetry
Society promotes poetry in the state of Arizona. Non-residents are
welcome to join, too.
- Associated Writing Programs
supports writing programs throughout the world. Their site has a career section
and information on the various endeavours of the AWP.
- The Association of Small
Press Poets, membership is open to anyone who has had poetry published
in a magazine, anthology or collection, and to those hoping to get their poetry
- The Bowery Poetry Club, a
liteary performance space on New York City's Lower East Side. Events virutally
- Butterfly Lightning, a
writers' group that meets in Miami.
Centerfold Interactive Open Mike Poetry Website is the online
counterpart of the reading and performance space on the Upper West Side of NYC.
- Exoterica, a Bronx,
NY, based organization that has workshops, readings by well-known authors, and
open mike readings.
- It's Only Words, a site
based in Australia meant to help writers and lyricists copyright their work.
- Litline, a non-profit web site
for the independent literary community. Includes links to many small presses
- The National Endowment for the
Arts site has information regarding grants, including guidelines for
- The National Federation of State Poetry
Societies a non-profit organization that promotes poetry across the
U.S. and also has links to various State Poetry Societies.
- New York Foundation for the Arts,
a large non-profit organization supporting the arts in New York State.
- New York State Council on the
Arts , established in 1960. The Council's mission is "to preserve
and expand the rich and diverse cultural resources that are the heritage of the
people of the State" through the support of nonprofit arts organizations
and artists in the State.
- The Poetry Project at St. Mark's
Church, an epicenter of many literary movements in New York City. Their
site has links, information on membership in the Project, and event listings.
- The Poetry Kit Home Page, an
all-around poetry site featuring reviews, listing of publishers, and events
around the world. Ted Slade, Editor.
- The Pulitzer Prize Board has
information about winners of said prize, and info and past winners.
- Skyland Writer's
and Artist's Association contains info on many NJ poets, as well as a
listing of upcoming events in Northern New Jersey.
- THE SOUTH is a
not-for-profit group that aims to support writers, poets and communities in the
south of England
- The US Copyright
office is on-line. Forms for registering
copyright are available in Adobe Acrobat format.
- The WritersNet: Internet Resource for
Writers, Editors, Publishers and Agents. No listing would be complete without
- Zuzu's Petal's Literary links is
definitely worth a look.