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  • Aphra Behn, 17th century British dramatist, writer of prose and poetry, has several pages dedicated to her life and work:
  • *rave!* Martin Blyth archived at the UK Web Archiving Consortium.
  • Steven F. Boettcher posts his poems here in a fantasy setting.
  • Jon Bohrn posts his poetry here at Contemplating August.
  • Pat Boran, Irish poet and fiction writer, author of The Portable Creative Writing Workshop, a collection of exercises, advice, etc., and the upcoming collection of poems, As the Hand, the Glove.
  • David Bozzi posts his work here on Inkblot poetry.
  • Berton BraleyCyber Museum shows a small sample of this poet's work and offers some of his (now rare) books for sale.
  • Gloria Brame, published in Sparrow and Boulevard posts some of her chapbooks here. This page is also a starting point to Thermopylae, an interesting e-zine in its own right. Recommended.
  • Gregor Brand, German poet and publisher. Biography, bibliography, and all the poems from the first two books, Ausschaltversuche (1985) and Der schwarze Drachen stürzt ins Meer (1987).
  • Jim Brock NEA Fellowship winning poet author of The Sunshine Mine Disaster.
  • Gwendolyn Brooks poems, links are available here at The Circle Association's Gwendolyn Brooks Page.
  • *rave!*Mark Brooks shares his haiku and a considerable amount of knowledge about the form here.
  • Portions of Robert Browning's Selected Poems are on the University of Toronto website.
  • Cathy Buburuz's Champagne on Ice website for free poetry, horror entertainment
  • Robert Burns Country, the complete poems, indexed, with an integrated glossary.
  • Lord Byron presented by The University of Toronto
  • Baragona's Chaucer site at the Virginia Military Institue. Many useful links.
  • Canterbury Tales at the University of Virginia Electronic Text Center.
  • *rave!*The Canterbury Tales Project employs transcribers in Sheffield, Oxford and Brigham Young, who will transcribe all manuscripts from photographs into computer readable form.
  • Geoffrey Chaucer- includes quotes, biography, collection of works and resources.
  • George Carle, poet of the Hebrides, posts some of his poems and promotes his book, Every Emotion - Hebridean Poetry.
  • Gracey Castro presents poetry and short stories. The site is revamped monthly.
  • Brian Cheung posts his poems on this site and also maintains an email list.
  • Nakahara Chűya, 20th centruy Japanese poet, as translated by Ry Benville. In Englis and Japanese.
  • Charles Cingolani presents his work here at The Butler Pennsylvania Poems.
  • Doublas Clark, poems, autobiography.
  • Jim Clark'sHome Page contains a selection of his poems, information about his two books of poems, and links and recommendations about Appalachian poetry.
  • John & Sandre Clay write, perform and promote poems in an around the Wigan, Lancs, area.
  • Lucille Clifton's poems are here at Circle Associations Lucille Clifton Page.
  • Michael David Coffey posts work on many different subjects here.
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridgelinks:
  • Billy Collins, acclaimed author of several books, recently named Poet Laureate of the United States.
  • Michael Collins posts his poetry here.
  • Sean Colon posts his own work here, and also accepts submissions.
  • Joeseph Conaghan, Welsh paramedic/performance poet.
  • Robert Conley, a very interesting Native American Poet, and author of some 34 novels, has a website on Native American Sotrytellers Online.
  • Michael Cope posts poems from his book Crossing the Desert, as well as other collections, here.
  • Mel Copeland posts his poem from the 60's and 70's here.
  • Brenda Conley posts her inspirational, religious verse here.
  • Hilary Corke, writer and composer, posts poetry, short stories and biographical information here.
  • Lorie Corzett presents her poems.
  • Charline Coulterposts her work here.
  • Carolyn Creedon has poems on this page, maintained by Lucius Furius.
  • T. F. Crumpler posts his work here.
  • If e.e. cummings were still alive and on the internet, he would definitely use "smileys." Just a thought. ;)

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  • William Fairbrother, an American writer living in Denmark, posts his work here on VirtualItch.
  • Angeline Farrow, a poet and writer living in South Devon.
  • Thomas Farren posts poetry and prose here.
  • Sonya Fehér posts her poems, vita, and links here. Recommended.
  • Richard Fein, aka bardofbyte presents his poetry.
  • Michael Field, penname shared by two 19th century lesbian poets, Katherine Bradley and Edith Cooper, has a page on The Isle of Lesbos.
  • Peter Finch, poet and Chief Exec of the Welsh Academi, posts his work and links to Welsh culture sites. Recommended.
  • Catherine Fisher, Welsh poet, and author of several novels.
  • Edward Fitzgerald, who rendered the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. (The famous line "A jug of wine, a loaf of bread--and Thou" is more Fitzgerald's than Khayyam's.) This site by Richard Brodie meticulously compares the changes between the four published editions of Fitzgeralds rendering. An interesting site for those interested in Fitzgerald, the Rubaiyat, Romantic Poetry, or poetic revision.
  • James Elroy Flecker, whose untimely death early in the 20th century is sometimes compared to Keats'. This site presented by the library at the University of Toronto.
  • Abe Flowers posts his pems here.
  • Carolyn Forche has a site with her own work, photos, and links to other sites.
  • Steve Foster posts his poems here.
  • Jason Paul Fox posts an on-line chapbook of his 29 favorite poems ranging from free verse to form.
  • FParis posts her work here on Paper Playground.
  • Matthew Francis, winner of the Southern Arts Prize, author of Blizzard, poet, novelist and lecturer at the University of Glamorgan, South Wales.
  • Bob Freedman, published in Poet Lore, and Yarrow posts his work here on Eclectasy. Recommended.
  • Gypsy French posts her work here.
  • Suzanne Frischkorn, author of The Tactile Sense, and Exhale, posts poems, photos and a short bio here. Recommended.
  • Elizabeth Fuller, northern Californian poet, author of two books of poetry, shows samples of her work here.
  • Stephen C. Fuller has many of his own poems, an impressive list of links, and the works of many other poets here at The Poetry Pond.
  • Neil Furqueron posts poetry and prose here.
  • Alice Fulton, author of Sensual Math, Palladium, Powers of Congress, and Dance Script With Electric Ballerina. The site contains links to her poems on the web, a short biography, interviews and articles. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Chris Funkhouser has a page on the Electronic Poetry Center Library (EPC).
  • Lucius Furius poems and essays can be found here. Many thanks to him for helping with this page as well.

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  • Caroline Imperatori presents her work and some guest work here.
  • Glenn Ingersoll, published in Lilliput Review, The Typewriter, and Exquisite Corpse, posts work here.
  • John Irvine, NZ poet, posts his poetry and verse here.
  • Kazi Nazrul Islam, also known as the rebel poet, an important contemporary of Tagore. His work presented in the original Bengla and English translation. Well presented by Mohammad Omar Farooq.
  • Patric Ivan posts his work in Swedish and English.

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  • Marsli N. O, Malaysian poet presents his work in Malay and in English translation.
  • Joyce Carol Oates, poet and novelist, professor of Creative Writing at Princeton. This excellent site maintained by Randy Souther.
  • Paula Obe posts her work here.
  • Gearóid Ó Gallchobhair presents work written during The Troubles in Northern Ireland here on Dragon's Teeth.
  • Stephen Oliver, author of five collections of poetry: reviews, recordings, poems.
  • Chuck O'Leary presents poems mourning the loss of his mother.
  • Padraig O'Morain, published in Books Ireland, Cyphers, Poetry Ireland Review, and other places.
  • Terry O'Neal, author of The Poet Speaks in Black and Motion Sickness.
  • George Oppen, an important figure in modern American poetry.
  • Amir Or, Israeli poet in English translation.
  • Hans Ostrum is an accomplished poet, novelist, and Professor at the University of Puget Sound. Recommended.
  • Most of the sites on Ovid are bibliographical:
  • Some of the work of Wilfred Owen has been posted at the University of Toronto.
  • *rave!*Rochelle Owens, whose work foreshadowed many literary movements yet remains distinctly her own, on this Light and Dust site, curated by Karl Young.

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  • Elisha Porat winner of Israel’s Prime Minister’s Prize for Literature, has published more than a dozen volumes of fiction and poetry, in Hebrew, since 1973. His chapbook Poetry is a Sudden Process of Verbal Compression can be found here. .
  • Eddie J. Porter posts some his poems and makes his books available for purchase here.
  • Alan R. Powe's work is available here, on Mediablast.
  • John Pouch makes some of his poems from Pieces of White available here.
  • This Ezra Pound site makes an excellent starting point.
  • Joseph Allen Provencial posts his religious poems here.
  • Rick Pryll posts his poetry here.
  • Sheenagh Pugh, a poet and novelist from Wales. Recommended.
  • Patrick Pullman posts his poems here, organized by subject.
  • Ntozake Shange, author of for colorled girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf has poems here.
  • Sharma posts poems here.
  • Bernard Shaw posts many of his poems and a small collection of links here.
  • L.S.Shevshenko, Georgia poet, published in several journals, posts some of his poems and sells his chapbooks through this site.
  • Christopher Shillock poet, philosopher and revolutionary in Minneapolis, MN. Readings and writings
  • Sir Philip Sidney from Anthology of Sixteenth Century English Literature
  • Richard Sidy, presents his work here, organized by topic.
  • Eli Siegel, founder of Aesthetic Realism, much-praised as a poet by W.C. Williams and others.
  • Labi Siffre has poems from his three books Nigger, Blood On The Page and Monument plus bio, links, reviews of his work, gigs and product info.
  • Edgar Gabriel Silex, Pueblo writer is the Director of the Baltimore Literary Center where he teaches Creative Writing and Native American Comparative Mythology. He is author of Through All The Displacements. His page is presented by The Index of Native American Authors Online.
  • Matthew S. posts his poetry and some journal entries on-line.
  • Mike Silverstein, authors the work here at Wallstreetpoet.com "Where John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley meet Alan Greenspan and Abby Cohen." For lovers of pastiche, recommended.
  • Justin Sirois posts his poems here.
  • John Skelton part of Anthology of Sixteenth Century English Literature
  • Judith Skillman, author of eight books of poetry. Official website includes the poet's biography, bibliography, books, translations, and schedules.
  • Earnest Slyman posts his poetry, and comic strip for poets, The Muse, here.
  • Carolyn Smale posts her work here at The Singing Monkey.
  • Denni Smith aka Songstress7 posts her poems here.
  • Edwin E. Smith, book reviews, literary essays, excerpts from works in progress,and information on his book One Stranger To Another.
  • S. Wray Smith posts his poetry, fiction and opinions here.
  • Stevie Smith, author of the well-known "Not Waving but Drowning," and many, many more poems, presented by Joshua Rey.
  • Victoria Smith posts romantic and erotic poetry on her page, "Fall in Chocolate."
  • Cheryl L. Snell, "Flower Half Blown" (Finishing Line Press, 2002) a poetry chapbook nominated for the Ohioana Book Award
  • Kenneth Sorensen, presents his work here. Also poetry forums. In English andsalzNorwegian.
  • Edmund Spenser from Anthology of Sixteenth Century English Literature
  • Dale Sprague's prose poem collection Phoenix can be found here.
  • William Stafford, the Friends of William Stafford, a site dedicated to spreading information on this important poet, has his poems, criticism, and links to other resources on the web.
  • Jim Stass posts his work and the work of his friends.
  • Mattie J.T. Stepanek, young poet whose Heartsongs inspire millions of readers and made him the best selling American poet of any age.
  • Carol Stetser, visual poetry with an essay by C.S. Recommended for those sceptical about visual poetry and those who are not.
  • Chris C. Stevens posts his work here.
  • Ian Stevens' home page, "This Way Lies Madness," contains poetry and prose. Presented by Guilford College.
  • Pat Stewart, poet, novelist, painter.
  • Neca Stoller posts some of her work, including poetry, prose poetry, and guides to writing in haiku and other forms. Recommended.
  • Billy Marshall Stoneking, accomplished author of Singing the Snake and Lasseter : In Quest of Gold posts audio readings of some of his poems here. Recommended.
  • Dick Sullivan, author of Capperbar, The Morning on the Mountain and others, shares his poetry and prose here.
  • Robert Swanson posts his poetry here.
  • Denise Sweet, author of two books, has a page on Native American Storytellers Online.
  • Royce Sykes homepage features publiished poetry with links to journals in which they appeared as well as miscellaneous personal writings and artwork.
  • NIgel Symon, anthologized UK poet, makes poetry, blog available for reading.
  • Poet Arthur Symons has this page.

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  • Ja Uhm Cyber poetry about living in a wired world.

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