14 by 14 Magazine – An online magazine that features 14 modern sonnets by 14 different authors in each issue. Previously published work remains on the site and is available via an archive, an author index, and a search facility.
66: The Journal of Sonnet Studies – Sixty-Six is devoted to the sonnet form, in English and the other languages in which it has flourished.
Arts Journal – Portal to online newspaper articles about the arts
Bauman Rare Books – One of the nation’s largest and best-known rare and antiquarian book sellers
Best American Poetry – Best American Poetry Blog
Bold Type Poems and Poetry (Random House) – The Poems and Poetry Section of the former Random House magazine Bold Type
Cimarron Review – Since 1967, Cimarron Review has published authors such as Nobel Prize winner Jose Saramago, John Ashbery, Robert Olen Butler, Mark Doty, Diane Wakoski, Tess Gallagher, Richard Shelton, Richard Lyons, Rick Bass, Pam Houston, William Stafford, Paul Muldoon.
Contemporary Poetry Review – Founded in 1998, an online journal devoted exclusively to the criticism of poetry
Dark Horse, Literary Magazine – Literary magazine based in Scotland and the US
Farm to City – Farm to City is a Philadelphia- based program whose goal is to unite communities, families, and farmers year-round through good locally grown food.
Gaspereau Press – Gaspereau Press publishes contemporary literature by both emerging and established Canadian authors, and is one of the few Canadian publishers that continue to print and bind their own books in-house.
Granta – Since 1979, the year of its rebirth, Granta has published many of the world’s finest writers tackling some of the world’s most important subjects, from intimate human experiences to the large public and political events that have shaped our lives.
Head House Books – Fine Philadelphia Book Store
Joe Milford Poetry Show – The Joe Milford Poetry Show archives readings and interviews from acclaimed and established poets as well as up-and-coming poets from America and Canada.
LATR Editions New York – Love Among the Ruins, or LATR, is a small press named after the unfinished Evelyn Waugh novel and based in New York City. Founded in Summer 2009 by editors Daniel Lin and Margaret Monaghan.
Mark Harden’s Artchive – An excellent resource for history and criticism of visual arts
Newburyport Literary Festival – The Newburyport Literary Festival is a celebration of literature, authors, and readers. With its rich literary heritage, the greater Newburyport area has a lot to be excited about. Writers as diverse as John Greenleaf Whittier, John P. Marquand, Edna St.
Black Cat Poems – Poems for all occasions
Poet Hound – Excellent and unpretentious poetry blog. Highly recommended!
PoetCasting, UK – PoetCasting is a poetry podcasting project which works with poets throughout the UK. The project features published poets, new poets, established poets and everything in between reading their own work.
Poetry Daily – the name says it all
Poetry Magazine – Premier poetry magazine in the US
Poetry Society of America – Whether you write poetry, read poetry, or simply want to widen your literary horizons, the Poetry Society of America has readings, seminars, and competitions intended to challenge and inspire. W.H. Auden, Robert Frost, Langston Hughes amongst others.
Quarterly Conversation – Online Book Reviews
Smartish Pace – World Class Poetry Magazine Based in Baltimore
St. Catherine’s College, Oxford University
Swallow anthology of New American Poets – The Swallow Anthology of New American Poets gathers the work of thirty–five of the most compelling and talented new poets writing today. Groundbreaking anthologies of this kind come along once in a generation and, in time, define that generation.
The London Magazine – A Review of Literature and the Arts
The Millions – An online magazine offering coverage on books, arts, and culture since 2003. The Millions has been featured on NPR and noted by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Village Voice, among others.
Think Journal – A new literary journal
Tollund Group – Nordic Legal Language Services
World Wildlife Fund – The largest multinational conservation organization in the world, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally.