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Contemporary (Brit. & Amer.)   Suggest a Link
General Resources in Contemporary Literature
About.com: Contemporary Literature Reading Lists (suggested reading lists)
Academy of American Poets 
Birthdays of the Month of Contemporary Authors (About.com)
Bohemian Ink: Guide to Writers of Coffee, Angst, & Experimentation
Homepage (very large, well-organized site covering both the historical canon and modern / contemporary authors) (Christopher D. Ritter)
Contemporary Literature Archives:  
Global Bohemian Authors 
Modern Boheme ("present day bohemian writers paving furture experimental paths")
Booker Prize Author List (Booker Prize winning and shortlisted authors, with links to pages for each author containing a bio, bibliography, and other information) (Bradley C. Shoop, U. Tennessee, Chattanooga)
British Literary Prizes (Merritt Moseley)
Contemporary Postcolonial & Postimperial Literature in English
Homepage of Contemporary Postcolonial & Postimperial Literature in English (extensive, well-organized site) (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Contemporary American Poetry Archive ("electronic archive designed to make out-of-print volumes of [North American] poetry available to readers, scholars, and researchers. The books are stored as individual text-only files") (Wendy Battin)
Electronic Poetry Center (Poetics Program, State U. of New York at Buffalo)
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), Brian Finney's Website (includes Finney's essays on twentieth-century literary authors)
Internet Poetry Archive (selected poetry and biographies of featured contemporary poets)
Michigan State University Celebrity Lecture Series (pictures, voice samples, brief info, and bibliographies for major contemporary literary authors writing in English--e.g., Angelou, Atwood, Doctorow, Heller, Mailer, Oates, Roth, Sontag, Walcott)
On-Line Literary Resources: Twentieth-Century (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Poets in Person (audio files of poets reading, plus brief info about the poets) (Modern Poetry Assoc. & American Library Assoc.)
Twentieth-Century Poetry in English (large page of annotated links to poetry resources) (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa, Kobe U., Japan)
The Write Stuff -- Interviews with Contemporary Authors (altX)
Contemporary Amerian Authors, Works, Projects
General Contemporary American Resources
American Literature on the Web: Since 1945 (Akihito Ishikawa, Nagasaki C. of Foreign Languages, Japan)
Jewish American Literature Research Homepage (bibliographies of primary and secondary works on major contemporary authors and filmmakers) (Derek Royal, Purdue U.)
KYLT: A Site Devoted to Kentucky Writers (English Dept., Eastern Kentucky U.)
Multicultural U.S. Fiction Web: U.S. Fiction Since 1950 (pedagogically-oriented introduction to the concept, history, documents, and fiction of American multiculturalism; includes links and study guides) (Richard Pearce, Wheaton C.)
SouthWatch ("selected resources, essays, and reviews of [U.S.] Southern literature") (Robert Sterling Gingher)
Edward Abbey
Edward Abbey (Abbey's Web) 
Kathy Acker
General Resources
Currently Available Books by Kathy Acker (Booksmith)
Kathy Acker Page (Trevor Dodge)
Kathy Acker Page 
Kathy Acker Page (Bohemian Ink)
Kathy Acker Page (Henry W. Targowski)
Daniel Punday (Purdue Un. Calumet), "Theories of Materiality and Location: Moving Through Kathy Acker's Empire of the Senseless" (1998) (Genders)
Eric Weitzel (U. California, Santa Barbara), "Kathy Acker's Great Expectations: Plagiarism, the Sick, and the Dead " (1997) (Thresholds)
Literary Witches Interview: "Consorting with Hecate" 
Trevor Dodge, "I Lost My Soul in Fan Francisco: An Interview/Journal Entry Starring Kathy Acker, Portland, and Pussy" (1996) 
"Kathy Acker in Conversation with Angela McRobbie" (recording that must be ordered; "Post-structuralist and postmodern writing - influence of William Burroughs - the cut up method - human body as source of inspiration and focus of anxiety - 70s American punk culture")
R.U. Sirius, "Kathy Acker: Where Does She Get Off?" (interview) (io magazine)
Rosie X, "Pussy and the Art of Motor Cycle Maintenance" (interview) (geekgirl)
Writings & Recordings
Algeria (Trevor Dodge)
Blood and Guts in High School (excerpt) (Trevor Dodge)
Empire of the Senseless (excerpts) (Trevor Dodge)
"The Gift of Disease" (1996) ("I am going to tell this story as I know it. Even now, it is strange to me. I have no idea why I am telling it. I have never been sentimental. Perhaps just to say that it happened. In April of this year, 1996, I was diagnosed with breast cance
"The Language of the Body" (CTheory)
Mekons (sound-file excerpt from Acker's record) (Trevor Dodge)
Politics (excerpt) (Trevor Dodge)
Pussy, King of the Pirates (excerpts and reviews) (Trevor Dodge)
A Reading List in Support of the French Novel Form, le recit (Trevor Dodge)
Speech for the Artist in Society Conference, Chicago, Oct.1994 (Trevor Dodge)
Adrienne Rich (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Sherman Alexie, "At Navajo Monument Valley Tribal School" (poem) (Karen Strom)
Allen Ginsberg (on Modern Literature page) 
Maya Angelou
Maya Angelou Page (Scott Williams)
Maya Angelou (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Maya Angelou Explains "signifying" (audio file)
Anita Endrezze Page (Karen Strom, U. Mass.)
Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles Page 
Anniina's Amy Tan Page (Anniina Jokinen)
A. R. Ammons (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
John Ashbery
"For John Clare" (Leslie Chow)
John Ashbery (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
John Ashbery (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones)
Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones) Page (Michael Borshuk)
Beats (See Also Individual Authors On This Page And On
Beat Generation (Bohemian Ink)
The Beats Page ("Literary Kicks" Page)
Homepage (Levi Asher)
Beat Bibliography (Sherri)
Beat Connections in Rock Music 
The Beats (Film List) 
Origin of the Word "Beat" 
Recent Beat News 
Mike Janssen, "The Influence of Jazz on the Beat Generation" (1994) 
Dodie Bellamy
Hysteria Conversion (Dodie Bellamy Page) (Earl Jackson, Jr., U. California, Santa Cruz)
Charles Bernstein (State U. Of New York, Buffalo)
Charles Bernstein (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
"I Don't Take Voice Mail" 
"Pound & Man at Yale" (e-mail messages to the POETICS list)
"Provisional Institutions: Alternative Presses and Poetic Innovation" (1995) (essay)
Review of Johanna Drucker, The Visible Word: Experimental Typography and Modern Art, 1909-1923 (1994) (Project Muse, Johns Hopkins U. Press)
"The Second War and Postmodern Memory" (1991) (poem/prose) (Postmodern Culture)
"Warning Poetry Area: Publics Under Construction" (1996) (essay)
Elizabeth Bishop
Elizabeth Bishop Homepage (Lou Duggan)
Elizabeth Bishop Page (Vassar C. Libraries)
The Elizabeth Bishop Site
Homepage (Daniel Anderson, U. Texas, Austin)
Library Collections of Elizabeth Bishop's Papers (info on major holdings in the U.S.) (Vassar C. Libraries)
Register of Elizabeth Bishop Papers at Vassar C. Library (Vassar C. Libraries)
Paul Bowles
www.PaulBowles.org ("the authorized Paul Bowles Web Site")
Paul Bowles Page at Literary Kicks 
A Paul Bowles Page (Peter Murray)
Gwendolyn Brooks
Gwendolyn Brooks (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
"We Real Cool" (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
Charles Bukowski
buk's page (bio and info about Charles Bukowski)
Charles Bukowski Page (Bohemian Ink)
Charles Bukowski Page 
Charles Bukowski: An Introduction to Bukowski, His Works, and Critical Texts (Damon Sauve / Oyster Boy Review)
Carter Revard Page (Karen Strom, U. Mass.)
Raymond Carver
Carver Web (Raymond Carver page) (Mike Welker)
Raymond Carver Page (Phil Carson)
Charles Olson (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Charles Wright (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Lucille Clifton, Selected Poems 
Robert Creeley
Robert Creeley Page (Andrew L. Graham (Keele U.)
Robert Creeley (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Don Delillo
Don Delillo Web Site (English Dept., U. British Columbia)
Don DeLillo's America
Homepage (Curt Gardner)
DeLillo on Writing 
Interviews and 
Lit Crit 
Other Writing 
(conference) Don DeLillo: "At the Edges of Perception" (March 25-26, 1998, Rutgers U.) 
Rita Dove
"Lady Freedom Among Us" (UVA etext)
Rita Dove Page 
Rita Dove (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Johanna Drucker
The History of the/my Wor(l)d (Granary Books)
Matthew G. Kirschenbaum (U. Virginia), Lines for a Virtual T/y/o/pography (in-progress hypertext and VRML dissertation being written "real-time" on the net; concerns the work of textuality theorist/artist Johanna Drucker)
"Offset Printing as a Creative Medium" 
E. L. Doctorow (lectures series announcement, with selected bibliography, audio, and photo) (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Bret Easton Ellis
Mark Amerika and Alexander Laurence, Interview with Bret Easton Ellis (1994) (The Write Stuff)
Eudora Welty
Eudora Welty on the Internet (Center for the Study of Southern Culture, U. Mississippi / Henry P. Mills)
Gary Soto (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
William Gass
John Unsworth (U. Virginia), "William Gass's The Tunnel: The Work in Progress as Post-Modern Genre" (1992)
William Gibson
"Agrippa (A Book of the Dead)" (text of the limited-edition, read-once/self-destroying, art-book poem)
The Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics: A Web Site (site includes critical apparatus and essays) (David Dodd, U. California, Santa Cruz)
Gregory Corso 
Paula Gunn Allen
"Taking a Visitor to See the Ruins" (Karen Strom)
Joy Harjo (Karen Strom)
"Eagle Poem" 
Joy Harjo and Poetic Justice Page 
"Reconciliation: A Prayer" 
"Santa Fe" 
"September Moon" 
"She Had Some Horses" 
John Hawkes
John Unsworth (U. Virginia), "Practicing Post-Modernism: The Example of John Hawkes" -1991
Joseph Heller
Joseph Heller Page (Bohemian Ink)
Joseph Heller (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
James Merrill (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
John Cage (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Karl Shapiro (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Galway Kinnell
"The Correspondence School Instructors Says Goodbye to His Poetry Students" (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
Jerzy Kosinski
(interview) William Gallo, "Jerzy Kosinski: Writing by Chance and Necessity" (1977) (Joshua Berlow / Rocky Mountain News)
The Painted Bird (brief excerpt) (Paul Tucker, U. California, San Diego)
Lawrence Ferlinghetti 
Audre Lorde
Selected Poetry (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
The Man Behind Maus: Art Spiegelman in his Own Words (with Chris Goffard)
Maxine Kumin (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Rigoberta Menchu
Interview with Rigoberta Menchu (Paula Giese)
Michael Mollo, A Purgatory of Semiotics (poetry)
N. Scott Momaday
"The Delight Song of Tsoai-talee" (Karen Strom)
"Forms of the Earth at Abiquiu" (Karen Strom)
From The Names (Karen Strom)
Unofficial N. Scott Momaday Page (Adora La Poz)
Norman Mailer (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Marsha Norman
Concordance to 'night, Mother by Marsha Norman (Iowa State U.)
Ntozake Shange (Henry Holt & Co., Inc.)
Joyce Carol Oates
Celestial Timepiece: Joyce Carol Oates Page (Randy Souther)
Joyce Carol Oates (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Sharon Olds
Modernist Conversations: Sharon Olds and Countee Cullen (juxtaposes poems by the two poets to explore their dialogic relationship) (Cherie Bosarge, Laura Venegas)
Sharon Olds (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Cynthia Ozick Page (Bedford/St. Martin's)
Marjorie Perloff (Stanford U.)
Marjorie Perloff (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
"Something Is Happening, Mr. Jones" (Electronic Book Review)
Thomas Pynchon
General Resources
Thomas Pynchon Page (Akihito Ishikawa)
Thomas Pynchon Pages (Tom Ware)
San Narciso College Thomas Pynchon Page 
Spermatikos Logos (The Libyrinth)
Archive of PYNCHON-L mailing list for 1992-93 
Wes Chapman (Illinois Wesleyan U.), "Male Pro-Feminism and the Masculinist Gigantism of Gravity's Rainbow" (1996) (Postmodern Culture)
Nick Spencer (Emory U.), "Clausewitz and Pynchon: Post-Romantic War in Gravity's Rainbow" (1996) (Carole Meyers)
"Is it O.K. to Be a Luddite?" (1984) (New York Times Book Review / Spermatikos Logos)
Online Pynchon Papers ("Although Pynchon is best known for his novels, he has also penned a copious amount of essays, articles, cover blurbs, and liner notes; many of which have found their way onto the Web. This page contains some of these writings . .
Tom Robbins
Tom Robbins Page (Dale Kirby)
Ron Silliman (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Philip Roth
Philip Roth Society 
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "Roth's Counterlife: Destabilizing The Facts" (1993) 
Philip Roth (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
J.D. Salinger
Bananafish Home: J.D. Salinger Page (collaboratively-produced page) (Steven Foskett)
J.D. Salinger Page (Bohemian Ink)
Anne Sexton
Anne Sexton Home Page (Ari Frankel)
Anne Sexton Archive 
Modernist Conversations: Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton, Two Confessional Poets (juxtaposes poems by the two poets to explore their dialogic relationship) (Lori Jendusa)
"My Friend, My Friend" (Lori Jendusa)
Gary Snyder
Gary Snyder 
Gary Snyder Page (from The Language of Life with Bill Moyers)
Stanley Elkin Research Page (bibliography of primary and secondary works) (Derek Royal, Purdue U.)
Susan Howe (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Susan Sontag (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Tom Wolfe (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Truman Capote Page (Bohemian Ink)
John Updike
The Centaurian - A John Updike Website for Information and Discussion 
Dwight Garner, Interview: John Updike (Salon)
Kurt Vonnegut
Kurt Vonnegut Home Page (Kevin A. Boon)
Kurt Vonnegut (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
The Unofficial Kurt Vonnegut Page (Brian Briscott)
Alice Walker
Anniina's Alice Walker Page (Anniina Jokinen)
"I Said to Poetry" (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
Selected Bibliography of The Color Purple (Louisiana C.)
Web Page of Toni Morrison's Beloved (English 316K, U. Texas, Austin)
W. S. Merwin (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Contemporary British Authors, Works, Projects
Peter Ackroyd
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "Peter Ackroyd, Postmodernist Play and Chatterton" (1992) 
Martin Amis
James Diedrick (Albion C.), "Notes from the Urban Underground: Money" (from Understanding Martin Amis, Chap. 3) 
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach) [Show]
Alexander Laurence and Kathleen McGee, "No More Illusions: Martin Amis is Getting Old and Wants to Talk About It" (interview) (The Write Stuff)
Will Self, An Interview with Martin Amis 
Martin Amis Page (Bohemian Ink)
Martin Amis Page (Bradley Shoop and Alice O'Dea)
The Martin Amis Web (James Diedrick, Albion C.)
J.G. Ballard
General Resources
Crash Movie (Official Site) (Fine Line Features)
The Electronic Labyrinth: J.G. Ballard (The Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, U. Virginia)
J.G. Ballard Page (Craig Sauer, Simon's Rock C.)
J.G. Ballard (bibliography) (Alpha Ralpha Boulevard)
www.jgballard.com (Spike Magazine - unofficial site with discussion forum and good list of links)
"No False Prophet": J.G. Ballard in Profile (The Good Book Guide) (Brief bio and partial bibliography of novels)
Lukas Barr, "Don't Crash Psychosis, Euthanasia, Apocalypse and Other Fun Ideas: An Interview with J.G. Ballard" (1995) (KGB Media, Inc.)
Evans, Gareth Interview with Ballard and Review of the Collected Short Stories (Independent Newspaper, UK)
Hoffman, Martin 45-minute Streaming Video Interview following publication of Empire of The Sun (The Roland Collection of Films and Videos on Art: A great resource with over 300 hours of streaming video available for free viewing)
Sturton, Edward Streaming Audio Interview on the "English Identity Crisis" (08/2001) (BBC Radio 4 - Today Program (see link to audio under "Search Results" on the right-hand side))
Sutcliffe, Thomas The Shopping Mall Psychopath: Interview (Independent Newspaper, UK)
Sutherland, John "Scanning the Empty Road with Binoculars":  (The Good Book Guide)
Primary Texts
Ballard, J.G. Super-Cannes - First Chapter (Guardian Unlimited)
Ballard, J.G. "What I Believe" 
Lalumiere, Claude Review of Super-Cannes (January Magazine)
McGucken, Dennis M. (Millsaps College) Review of Brigg's J.G. Ballard (Science Fiction Studies #51: Volume 17, Part 2, July 1990 (middle of page))
Moss, Stephen Review of Super-Cannes, and the trouble with fiction reviewing (Guardian Unlimited)
Index of NYT Reviews of Ballard's work (New York Times)
Ruddick, Nicholas Review of Luckhurst's The Angle Between Two Walls (Science Fiction Studies #73: Volume 24, Part 3, November, 1997)
Rugoff, Ralph Review of Super-Cannes (LA Weekly)
Wagar, W. Warren (SUNY Binghamton) Review of Stephenson's Out of the Night and Into the Dream (Science Fiction Studies #57: Volume 19, Part 2, July 1992 (scroll to middle of page)
Wolfe, Gary K. (Roosevelt University) Review of Pringle's J. G. Ballard: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography (Science Fiction Studies #35: Volume 12, Part 1, March, 1985 (middle of page))
Julian Barnes
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "Fictionalizing the Factual: Julian Barnes' A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters" (1999) 
Julian Barnes Page (Bohemian Ink)
Julian Barnes Web (Ryan Roberts, Knox C.)
Anita Brookner
Anne Marie Van Amelsvoort, U. of Winnipeg), "A Testimony of Voice" (essay on Brookner's Hotel du Lac)
Anna Ericson, "Love and Marriage in the Novels of Anita Brookner and Fay Weldon" 
A. S. Byatt
A. S. Byatt Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Salon Interview 
David Calvert "The Bookfinder" (story on the Midnight Graffiti e-zine)
Angela Carter
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "Tall Tales and Brief Lives: Angela Carter's Nights at the Circus" (1998) 
Caryl Churchill
Scarlett Bowen (U. Texas, Austin), "Caryl Churchill: Post-Modern Dramatist" 
Ted Hughes
"The Song" (Bel Canto)
Ted Hughes Pages (Claas Kazzer)
"Wind" and "Thistles" (Steve Spanoudis)
Kazuo Ishiguro
Kazuo Ishiguro Page (George P. Landow)
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "Figuring the Real" Ishiguro's When We Were Orphas" (2001) 
Jane Gardam Page (George P. Landow / Postcolonial Web)
Jon Silkin Page (includes bibliography) (David Latane, Virginia Commonwealth U.)
Philip Larkin
"Days" (Gareth McCaughan)
"Home is So Sad" (Gareth McCaughan)
The Philip Larkin Society 
"This Be The Verse" 
"Toads Revisited" (Gareth McCaughan)
"Vers de Societe" 
Doris Lessing
Jason Castellucci , "The Confinement of Marriage in the Short Fiction of Doris Lessing and Edith Warton" 
Doris Lessing: A Retrospective (bio and well-organized, detailed, annotated hypertext bibliography) (Jan Hanford)
Interview from The Edmonton Journal 
Margaret O'Beirne's Page 
Penelope Lively Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Salman Rushdie
Banned Books - Salman Rushdie (with a chronology of Satanic Verses and an audio track)
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "Demonizing Discourse in Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses" (1998) 
Anthony R. Guneratne, "The Virtual Spaces of Postcoloniality: Rushdie, Ondaatje, Naipaul, Bakhtin and the Others" (1997) 
M. Brent Sleeper (Carleton C.), "Satanic Verses and Last Temptations: Modern Parables of Sacredness & Profanity" 
Salon Features: Salman Rushdie (interview with pictures)
The Moor's Last Sigh (promotional site for the novel that includes excerpts, excerpts from Rushdie's previous work, a forum, a bio, and other info; requires graphical browser) (Random House, Inc.)
Salman Rushdie Page (George P. Landow, Postcolonial Web)
Salman Rushdie Page (very extensive page, with annotated bibliography and links to numerous related web resources)
Salman Rushdie Page (Bohemian Ink)
Statement by the Rushdie Defense Committee (Paul Auster and Don DeLillo)
Seamus Heaney 
Will Self
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "The Sweet Smell of Excess: Will Self, Bataille and Transgression" (1999) 
Zadie Smith
Kathleen O'Grady (Concordia U.), "White Teeth: A Conversation with Author Zadie Smith" (2002) (Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal)
Graham Swift
George P. Landow (Brown U.),
Graham Swift Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Timothy Mo Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Fay Weldon
Anna Ericson, "Love and Marriage in the Novels of Anita Brookner and Fay Weldon" 
Jeanette Winterson
Jeanette Winterson Site (Anna Troberg)
The Unofficial Jeanette Winterson Page (Alexander Evans)
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "Bonded by Language: Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body" (2000) 
Course Syllabi
Criticism (for specific criticism, see under individual authors)
Chris MacNeil, "The Paradox of Liberalism versus Illiberalism: The British Middle Class Portrayed in 1980s Popular Culture" (1994) (Undercurrent)
John Unsworth (U. Virginia)
"The Book Market II" (1991) (article from Columbia History of the American Novel)
"Orchestrating Reception: The Hierarchy of Readers in Post-modern American Fiction" (1990)
Journals (Contemporary British & American Literature)
Brightleaf: A Southern Review of Books (U.S. "New South" literature and culture)
IO Magazine: The Digital Magazine of Literary Culture 
Literature Listservs & Newsgroups (Contemporary British & American)
20th-Century Listservs (from UPenn listserv index) (also see TILE.NET under General English Literature Resources above)
Conferences (Contemporary British & American Literature)
Calls for Papers (U. Penn English Dept.)
(conference) Don DeLillo: "At the Edges of Perception" (March 25-26, 1998, Rutgers U.) 

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