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View Resource Romanticism On the Net

Given the advent of electronic journal publication in the academic world, it is not surprising that the legitimacy of online academic publishing has continued to expand. One such journal that has been online since 1996 is Romanticism On the Net, an internationally refereed electronic journal "devoted to British Romantic studies." All of the back issues of the journal are available here, along...
View Resource London Review of Books Online

Similar in both its outlook and content to the New York Review of Books here in the US, the London Review of Books is a place that serves as the nerve center for a great deal of discussion about literature and authors. This online edition of the London Review of Books will be a great place to browse for those who love to read, and particularly for those persons looking for trenchant reviews of...
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Given that thousands of books are published each and ever year, it may be overwhelming for the discerning reader to separate the wheat from the chaff. Stepping into the fray (since 1997) is, started in 1997 by Davina Morgan-Witts and her husband Paul. As the site notes, "Bookbrowse carefully selects from the most interesting current books and provides you with multiple reviews and a...
View Resource British Library: Caxton's Chaucer

Buried in Poets Corner in Westminster Abbey, Geoffrey Chaucer was responsible for the much-loved Canterbury Tales, a clutch of stories (many of them quite bawdy and frank in their depiction of life in the medieval period) told by pilgrims on their journey to the holy site of Canterbury in Kent. This rather engaging website presented by the British Library features two rather famous editions of the...
View Resource Wired for Books

Developed by the Ohio University Telecommunications Center, with the kind assistance of the Ohio Humanities Council, this site brings together a number of rather fine audio recordings of authors reading their own works, video recordings of a number of plays, and an extensive archive of author interviews conducted by Don Swaim from his national syndicated program, Book Beat, which was produced in...
View Resource The Virginia Quarterly Review

Self-described as "a national journal of literature and discussion", _The Virginia Quarterly Review_ has been in existence since 1925, and continues to publish important essays, poems, and other prose pieces on a wide range of topics. Its site is full of materials from the current issue and also a number of Web-only materials, such as an audio selection of Michael Chabon at the Virginia Festival...
View Resource Connie Martinson Talks Books

Connie Martinson has been in love with literature for her entire life, and she has parlayed that particular passion into the program "Connie Martinson Talks Books". Her long-running program has played host to Gore Vidal, Studs Terkel, Joyce Carol Oates, Ray Bradbury and many others. The series is taped in Los Angeles, and over the past few years Claremont College has been actively involved in...
View Resource Late Night Library: Late Night Debut

From Late Night Library, a Portland, Oregon-based organization "dedicated to sustaining book culture, promoting literature in schools and communities, and supporting a diverse array of writers early in their career," comes the Late Night Debut podcast. Hosted by short story writer Amber Keller, each forty-minute episode features three "acts." In the first act, Keller chats about newly published...

View Resource Future Library: 2014-2114

"A forest in Norway is growing. In 100 years, it will become an anthology of books." Future Library is a unique, ongoing project headed by Scottish artist Katie Paterson that incorporates art, literature, and the natural world. As part of this project, a team planted 1,000 trees in a Nordmarka, a forest outside of Oslo, Norway. The plan? To tend to these trees until the year 2114, when they will...

View Resource The Pudding: Bias, She Wrote

How many best-selling books are penned by women? How has the figure changed over time, and how does it vary across genre? Writer Rosie Cima took data from The New York Times Best Seller list and created a series of eye-opening visualizations, accompanied by analysis. Her resulting essay was recently published on The Pudding, a "weekly journal for visual essays." As this essay reveals, while men...

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