A poetry webzine with themed issues, archived material and a descriptive links page.
Salt Publishing is an independent literary publisher with offices in Perth, Australia and Cambridge, England; it has a diverse and growing range of titles in poetry, fiction, literary criticism and drama.
A quarterly magazine based at The University of Liverpool’s School of English, publishing high quality new poetry and fiction, publish reviews, essays and interviews.
Britain’s best-selling poetry magazine. Excerpts from current issue, archives from previous issues.
The Poetry Library at the Royal Festival Hall has launched its free-access full-text digital library of 20th and 21st century English poetry magazines. Wherever you are, you may now explore and enjoy the unique mix of poems, articles, reviews, stories, translations and illustrations that represent the best of small-scale poetry publishing from around the UK. […]
This well-structured bulletin board of poetry activities includes articles, competitions, courses, funding, how-to books, magazines, organisations, and of course – poetry.
A daily anthology of poetry, chosen from books or journals currently in print, along with information about featured poets and publishers, news from the poetry world, and occasional special features. Poetry Daily’s mission is to broaden access to and foster appreciation for contemporary poetry. Sign up for the free weekly e-mail newsletter.
The Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre has teamed up with seven presses specialising in the publication of contemporary poetry (Bloodaxe, Landfill, Peterloo, Enitharmon, Anvil, Heaventree, Salt). Each week a new poem will be posted on the Poetry Centre website and e-mailed out to those who’ve signed up to the dedicated mail list.
Founded in 1966 by Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort to publish poetry that dealt truthfully with the real contemporary world, and to benefit writers and the reading public in Britain and America by confronting them with good work from abroad. Now in its third series, with two issues a year, the current editors of MPT, […]
Includes poetry as well as writing about poetry. Contemporary, urban publication featuring new and established poets – based in London.
A free internet quarterly review of new writing – poetry, interviews, reviews and articles.Includes a selective list of excellent ‘literary links’ as well.
Poetry & Prose, Word & Image Webzine
A biannual journal, edited in Belfast and publishing in equal measure writing from Ireland and overseas.
A regular columnist for Poetry Review and an excellent source of up to the minute websites of interest.
The Feathered Quill Book Reviews is an online arts journal publishing writings in poetry, fiction, ideas and theatre. It exists to promote the work of talented and serious artists, especially the beginning of their careers.
Resources for innovative writing – produces the literary journal RIF/T, hosts interactive spaces and comprehensively archives poetry-related electronic resources.
Founded by one of Canada’s best known poets, Dorothy Livesay, in 1975, Contemporary Verse: The Canadian Journal of Poetry and Critical Writing publishes quarterly, and features interviews, essays, reviews, articles and poetry by writers from all over the world
Devoted exclusively to the criticism of poetry, it also contains interviews with distinguished critics and poets, lists of newly published collections, and an exclusive chatroom.
Started in 1998, and with three issues a year, Banipal publishes today’s poets (and fiction writers) from all over the Arab world in English translation.
The Arts Council of England’s web site for and about the arts. Streaming audio, video, and ‘ArtsGuide’ calendar.
Ambit was started in 1959 by Martin Bax. and is a quarterly, 96 page magazine which prints original poetry, short fiction, art and reviews. Their website has been recently revamped and is well worth browsing.
An on-line annual featuring top New Zealand poets.
Dedicated to Indian literature and books, this site regularly produces spotlight features on Indian and South Asian poetry and literature, both ancient and contemporary.
The art and practice of literary translation.
Canada’s national organisation for practising poets. Contains an extensive annotated links page, a ‘who’s who’ of Canadian poets, calendar of readings across Canada, and more.
Canada’s National Poetry Organization supporting Poetry The main aims of the Canadian Poetry Association are: To promote the reading, writing, publishing and preservation of poetry in Canada through the individual efforts of members; to promote communication among poets, publishers and the general public; to encourage leadership and participation from members and to encourage the formation […]
A literary nonprofit with an ambitious education program. Offers generous awards and publication through competition, live poetry venue, free youth poetry contests and scholarships. Membership and partnership information available online.
Poets West provides the gateway to on-line information about poets and poetry in the Pacific Northwest. The site includes a directory of Who’s Who in Northwest poetry, rotating selections of poetry, reviews of poetry, information on special public poetry performances, venues with regularly scheduled poetry readings, poetry books and CDs, and links to selected poetry organizations and […]
Including a bi-monthly webzine; the Tiny Press Center (featuring editors and publishers of chapbooks, journals and broadsides); and a selective list of literary journals, presses, poets databases and poetry resource.
A 35,000 volume reference poetry library open to the public. Poets House also runs readings, lectures, and a dynamic public library program called Poetry in The Branches.
Poetry Ireland/Éigse Éireann is the national organisation for poetry in Ireland. They produce a bi-monthly newsletter, have an active writers-in-schools service, list readings, and offer resources for new and established poets on everything from Assessments to Writers Workshops.
Founded in 1989 as the first German poetry library, the Lyrik Kabinett is based in Munich and located in the premises of The Institute of Comparative Literature at the University of Munich. Its collection of 20,000 volumes is being expanded systematically. The Lyrik Kabinett regularly puts on poetry readings (around 36 a year) and annually […]
The World Poetry Directory of UNESCO is a website created and hosted by UNESCO following the proclamation of World Poetry Day. This website brings you lists of festivals, prizes, journals and associations of the world of poetry. It also provides links with major web sites, presenting poetry activities in UNESCO Member States, Associated Members and […]
Poetry International is a government-sponsored foundation working to promote interest in and foster love for the art of poetry, and to encourage contacts between poets, poetry translators, poetry lovers and publishers from all countries. It does so by organizing the annual Poetry International Festival, the Children’s Poetry Festival, a National Poetry Day and various international […]
Poetry International Web is a unique collaboration between the Poetry International Foundation in The Netherlands and editors and literary organisations in twenty-one different countries. The site offers poetry by renowned modern poets both in the original language and in English translation, as well as news, reviews, essays, interviews and columns. Each country has its own […]
BBC Radio 4’s morning show includes poems performed live in the studio each week.
BBC Radio 4’s Sunday afternoon programme. The page lets you view lists of featured poems and make your requests for ‘Poetry Please’