poetry organisations and links
poetry please bbc radio 4 sundays 16.30 - 17.00 and saturdays (rpt) 23.00 -23.30.
words and music bbc radio 3 sundays 22.15 to midnight: a sequence of classical music, interspersed with well-loved and less familiar poems and prose read by leading actors. Each week the selection of readings and music is chosen broadly to illustrate or complement a theme. Full details of all the pieces in the programme are published on the website ahead of broadcast.
Also on the website, alongside each programme, will be a note from the sequence's producer giving an insight into their choice of words and music.
the verb bbc radio 3 fridays 21.45 - 22.30
the poetry library south bank centre london
the poetry kit events and competitions listings
book club for poetry lovers
poets house includes directory of american poetry books
arts council online
dot uk directory list of poetry sites
performance poetry listings
association of poetry podcasting: aims to ease listeners' discovery of poetry podcasting, to support new and established poetry podcasters and to provide a public voice for poetry podcasting.
poetcasting: works with poets throughout the uk, featuring published, performing, emerging and established poets reading their own work online and outloud.
the poetic voice: Houghton Mifflin poetry podcast. celebrated poets read and talk about their work
poetry foundation excellent site mediating between poetry and audiences
poetry.org good general resource and academy of american poets archive
scholarly edition hypertext archive of British Poetry 1780-1910
contemporary writers uk database
archive of world poetry
electronic poetry centre archive/magazine
peter howard poetry site resource and links
bartleby verse online archive
e-server poetry collection index of canonical verse
blue chrome publishing
faber and faber
picador pan macmillan
poetry society education page
poetry class online for teachers and students
poetry can bristol and bath
the poetry trust aldeburgh
booktrust selections for teachers, librarians, parents, children, students
gale resources information about poetry
complete listing available from The British Council
the poetry library south bank centre