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Drama, Theater, & Performance Art Studies (Includes Screenwriting)
Aisle Say (zine concentrating on NY area theater) (TheatreNet Enterprises)
AlienNation Co. (intermedia performance group directed by Johannes Birringer "experimenting with cross-cultural ideas and multiple media. The members of the collective bring together their diverse artistic experiences in dance, theatre, visual art, film/vide
American Drama: Journal of the American Drama Institute 
The Canadian Theatre Webring 
Carolyn Gage: A Catalog of Lesbian Plays, Musicals, One-Acts, and Monologues (synopses of plays by Gage that can be ordered)
Chadwyck-Healey: English Drama 1280-1915 (full-text database; requires subscripton)
CurtainUp: The Internet Theater Magazine of Reviews, Features, Annotated Listings 
Drama and Theater Connections (U. North Carolina, Charlotte)
Drama Courses  
The Dramatic Exchange (archive of scripts for production)
Dramatic Writing Home Page: Essays on the Craft of Dramatic Writing (Bill Johnson)
ELAC Theatre: Website of the Theatre Arts Dept. of East Los Angeles C. (academically-oriented metapage) (W. Colin McKay, East Los Angeles C.)
English Server Drama List 
Gravel Walk to Theatre on the Net ("research directory with assorted and explained theatre and drama links worldwide, especially Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea countries"; in English and Swedish) (Peter Ferm)
Guide to Theater Resources on the Internet (Deborah Torres & Martha Vander Kolk, U. Michigan)
HQE Theatre Resource List 
The Improv Page 
The Inkwell: In Appreciation of Writers & Writing (resources for screenwriters and screenwriting) (Richard Kain)
The Intuitons Theatre Guide (U Penn)
Iowa State U. Play Concordances (concordances of plays that can be searched, counted, and printed) (Iowa State U.)
Joe Geigel's Favorite Theatre Related Resources 
Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism (U. Kansas Hall Center for the Humanities)
Live Art Archive ("information about existing Live Art / Performance Art materials, records and publications primarily in England and the UK") (Nottingham Trent U.)
Medieval Drama (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
Aspects of European Medieval Drama (Conferences & Publications) (page for the annual conference at the Centro Linguistico, U. Camerino, Italy)
Middle English Plays (Anniina Jokinen)
NetSERF: Medieval Drama (History Dept., Catholic U. of America)
The Towneley Plays 
The York Plays 
Arthur Miller
Modern Drama by Women 1880s-1930s (site for the anthology of this title by Katherine Kelly, Texas A&M U.; includes background info and images of dramatists)
National Shakespeare Summer Conservatory (six-week training program for actors located in the Catskill Mountains, New York)
New Dramatists Home Page 
Newheart Company of Artists (Edmonton, Alberta) ("Cyclic creations through a reactive mix of Movement, Drama, Music, and Images") (Rohit Sharma)
Nordic Theatre Studies 
NYC-Broadway, Opera, Cabaret, & Jazz (Easynett.com)
On-Line Literary Resources: Theatre and Drama (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Performance Index ("articles, statements and thoughts on Performance Art") (artists and art theorists of Basel, Switzerland)
Playbill On Line (previously Broadway World-Wide)
PlayOps (commercial software for submitting plays) (Datafox)
Resources of Scholarly Societies - Drama (U. Waterloo)
Restoration Drama Homepage (author biographies & background information) (Bowling Green State U.)
Screenwriters Online (Cinemedia)
Scriptware (commercial scriptwriting word processor) (Cinovation, Inc.)
SCUDD: Standing Conference of University Drama Depts. in the UK 
Snagged Links: On Modern World Drama (Stetson Theatre Students)
Stephen Sondheim Stage (Mark Bakalor)
Suite101.com: Theatre (Steven M. Alper)
TDR: The Drama Review (journal of performance studies)
Theater Mirror: Boston's Live Theater Guide (Larry Stark)
Theatrales (French-language page of hypertext resources in theater studies) (Andre G. Bourassa)
Theatre in England Program (Homer Swander / Madelyn Detloff, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Theatre Central (Andrew Quixote Kraft)
Theatre Resources on the Net (text file)
Theatre Central (Andrew Quixote Kraft)
Theatre Education Literature Review (a "review" of 59 questions and answers about theatre education, starting with "why study theatre") (Kent Seidel, U. Cincinnati)
TheatrePeople (fee-subscription contact listing service "that specializes in connecting people in the performing arts with theatres, production companies, and other performing arts professionals")
The Tony Awards Online/Excellence in Theatre 
UK Theatre Web 
The World of London Theatre, 1660-1800
Homepage (Patricia Craddock & students, U. Florida)
Annotated Bibliography (annotations not yet created) 
Contemporary Descriptions of London Life (excerpts)
London Theatre People (brief bios with links to a timeline)
Map of Theatre District 
Pictures Relevant to Theatre of the Period 
A Table of Seventeenth Century Actresses 
Theatre Sites 
Yahoo! Theater 
Drama Listservs & Newsgroups
RAT (archives of rec.arts.theatre)
rec.arts.theatre.misc (Usenet newsgroup)
Theatre, Performance, Film Theory Listservs (from UPenn listserv index) (also see TILE.NET under General English Literature Resources above)
Drama Studies Conferences
Calls for Papers (U. Penn English Dept.)
Drama Depts. & Programs
East Los Angeles C. Theatre Arts Dept. 
U. Bristol Dept. of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television 
U. Kansas Theatre and Film 
U. Newcastle, Australia, Drama Dept. 
U. Virginia Dept. of Drama 
Fiction Studies
Alternate History List (annotated, cross-indexed list of fiction works involving alternate histories) (R. B. Schmunk)
Detective & Mystery Fiction
Agatha Christie Homepage (Ben Yaffe)
Film Noir & Pulp Fiction (philbert@icanect.net)
A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection (Michael E. Grost)
Hard Boiled (detective fiction and film site) (Bill Murray)
Earl Jackson, Jr. (U. California, Santa Cruz), Detective Fictions (course)
RARA-AVIS Mailing List (Web site for the list devoted to detective fiction; includes archives, links, and other resources) (William Denton)
English Server Fiction List 
InforM: Reading Room: Fiction (U. Maryland)
Litpage: Resources for Readers, Writers, Students, and Teachers of Literature (emphasis on short fiction) (Robert C. Evans)
Mariam's Story Park (Sufi stories) (Mariam Ispahani)
Narrative: Journal of the Society for the Study of Narrative (info and contents)
Homepage (machine-generated verse and prose, acrostics, Markov chains, etc.; includes links to other machine-text sites)
Raymond Queneau, A Fairytale as You Like It 
Pulp Fiction Central (commercial site centered on zine fiction and film of the earlier 20th century) (Vintage New Media)
Romance Fiction
Romance Novel Database (U. Michigan)
Romance Novels and Women's Fiction (The Write Page)
Romance Writers of America 
Science Fiction (on "Science, Technology, & Culture" page) 
The Search for Some Hypertext Fiction (Rice U.)
Society for the Study of Narrative (Jay Clayton, Vanderbilt U.)
Storytellers: Native American Authors Online (Karen Strom)
Tree Fiction on the World Wide Web (Cambridge)
Novel Courses ("Creating a course on the novel? In response to current directions in the canon debate, this site provides an anthology of courses that approach the syllabus at the nexus of pedagogical concerns, genre concerns, and historical concerns")
Poetry Studies
Academy of American Poets 
American Verse Project (searchable archive of American poetry, primarily 19th century) (U. Michigan Humanities Text Initiative)
Another Poetry Links Page (Michael Kinsella)
Art on the Net: The Poets 
Asian and Asian-American Poets (info on select poets) (Roth Publishing)
Asian Poets (Asian-American and Asian poets writing in English) (Lau Peet Meng, Yale U.)
Austin Poetry Scene 
Bartleby Verse
Homepage (Bartleby Library)
The Golden Treasury (1875) (ed., Francis T. Palgrave)
Modern American Poetry 
Modern British Poetry (1920) (ed., Louis Untermeyer)
The Oxford Book of English Verse (1919) (ed., Arthur Quiller-Couch)
Yale Book of American Verse (1912) (ed., Thomas R. Lounsbury)
Brazen Orality - The Spoken Word E-RAG of Your Dreams ("zine which attempts to document something of the spoken-word poetry world") (Josh Simpson)
Bright Hopes for Tomorrow (poetry by Mariko Itoh & illustrations by Morio Yamasaki related to Hiroshima monuments) (Hiroshima Shudo U.)
Carolyn Forche's Page 
Chadwyck-Healey: The American Poetry Full-Text Database (prospectus for CD-ROM resource)
Chadwyck-Healey: The English Poetry Full-Text Database (prospectus for CD-ROM resource)
CMU Poetry Index of Canonical Verse (The English Server, Carnegie Mellon U.)
John Constable (Kyoto U.)
"The Character and Future of Rich Poetic Effects" (1998) 
"Verse Form: A Pilot Study in the Epidemiology of Representations" (1997) 
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
Homepage (Poetics Program, State U. of New York at Buffalo)
Selected Links  
Charles Bernstein 
Charles Olson 
Ezra Pound 
John Ashbery 
John Cage 
Marjorie Perloff 
Robert Creeley 
Ron Silliman 
Susan Howe 
Biblioteca: A Project Extending Electronic Publishing ("Biblioteca testifies to the growing importance of electronic media in the composition and distribution of contemporary writing. It consists of chapbook-length texts published through the Electronic Poetry Center [Buffalo], including those already published in conjuction with Rif/t as well as hypermedia works and archival republications of significant typographic works") (Electronic Publishing Center)
Homepage (outbound connections to electronic poetry and poetics resources)
Computer Generation of Text 
Electronic Poetry Text Archives 
Literary Manuscript Collections 
Other Internet Poetry Webs 
Poetry Organizations 
Related Listservs 
LINEbreak: Interviews and Performance from the Literary Edge (series of half-hour length public radio interviews/performances by poets, fiction writers, performance artists, video artists, and others; interviews by Charles Bernstein; includes sound art available from the EPC Sound Room (Martin Spinelli / Electronic Poetry Center)
Electronic Poetry Center List of Poetry Magazines 
Poetics at Buffalo Program 
RIF/T: An Electronic Space for Poetry, Prose, and Poetics (Kenneth Sherwood and Loss Pequeo Glazier / Electronic Poetry Center)
Small Presses 
Tinfish: journal of experimental poetry with an emphasis on work from the Pacific region (Susan M. Schultz / Electronic Poetry Center)
Glossary of Poetic Terms (includes links to examples) (Robert G. Shubinski)
How2 (poetry journal focusing on "modernist and contemporary innovative writing practices by women"; includes writings about poetry and translations)
Index of Online Poetry (with teaching materials; Seamus Cooney)
Internet Poetry Archive (selected poetry and biographies of featured contemporary poets)
Irish Poems Site 
Leeds Database of Manuscript English Verse (BCMSV) ("contains detailed information about the individual items of English verse contained in the 17th and 18th-century manuscripts belonging to Leeds University Library") (Oliver Pickering)
Middle English Lyrics (Anniina Jokinen)
Miscellaneous Love Poetry (poems by Shelley, Marvell, Tennyson, Yeats and others) (Matt Luce)
Native-American Poems (texts by Native Americans mounted as part of a larger narrative, by Karen Strom)
Permutations (machine-generated verse and prose, acrostics, Markov chains, etc.; includes links to other machine-text sites)
Raymond Queneau, one hundred thousand billion poems 
Poems by Native Americans (David Chanlin)
Poetry Here and Then: A Collaboratory Project for New Researchers in the Humanities (introduces "new researchers to the principles of humanities research in special collections, using the poetry collections at the Bentley Historical Library as a point of entry") (U. Michigan)
Poetry is Bread ("This page is dedicated to the idea that poetry, like bread, should be eaten at least once each day.") (Richard Cummins)
Poetry Nook (Deb Craft)
Poetry Wall: Introduction to Modern Poetry (archive of poetry by 19th and 20th century poets) (U. Minnesota English Dept.)
Poet's Corner ("poems on display range from single stanzas to entire books, with a large selection of sonnets, narrative poems, and topical works")
Poets in Person (audio files of poets reading, plus brief info about the poets) (Modern Poetry Assoc. & American Library Assoc.)
Poets on the Line: A Continuing Anthology (Linda Lerner & Andrew Gettler)
Prose and Verse Criticism of Poetry (extensive archive of resources) (U. Toronto)
Representative Poetry (U. Toronto Press; a collection of poems by authors from the early Renaissance to the early 20th century)
RIF/T: Electronic Space for New Poetry, Prose, & Poetics (Texts) 
Sonnet Central (Eric Blomquist)
Homepage of Sonnet Central 
Early English Sonnets 
Elizabethan Sonneteers 
Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Century Sonnets 
Romantic Era Sonnets 
The Victorian Sonnet 
Nineteenth-Century American Sonnets 
Early Twentieth Century British and Irish Sonnets 
Early Twentieth-Century American Sonnets 
Sonnets of World War I 
Sonnet Bibliography 
Sonnet Criticism (1575 -) 
Sonnet Listening Room (Real Audio 3.0 files)
Sonnets from Ireland 
Thomas Swiss (Drake U.), "Poetry and Pop" (review article from Popular Music)
Twentieth-Century Poetry in English (large page of annotated links to poetry resources) (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa, Kobe U., Japan)
The Ultimate Poetry Links (The [U.S.] National Library of Poetry)
Versification ("refereed electronic journal dedicated to advancing interdisciplinary research into literary prosody") (Steven J. Willett & David Rothman)
Visual Poetry (Kenny G)
Evan J. Nisonson (Loyola Marymount U.), Introduction to Poetry 
Fred Wah (U. Calgary)
"Introduction to Poetry" 
"Poetry Writing" 

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