Ygdrasil is a Journal of the Poetic Arts. Ygdrasil was
founded in 1993, is Ottawa-based, has become one of the premier literary
journals on the Internet.
Moskva neoficial'naja for those that read Russian. Ottawa poet, historian and translator John Woodsworth has four of his poems there.
Gruene Street ("An Internet Journal of Prose & Poetry").
Write News Weekly ("Write News Weekly is an electronic magazine dedicated to the publishing and writing worlds.")
e-poem (the electronic poetry journal of the Stroll of Poets Society)
INKLINGS ("a biweekly newsletter for writers on the net")
JournalismNet - lists magazines by region (Europe, Latin America, etc.)
Magazines in the United Kingdom - lists 200+ UK magazines.
Ottawa X Press magazine
Ecola Newsstand: Worldwide Magazines - lists magazines by country and category.
Backwater Review is an independent journal of contemporary
writing and reviews. The magazine was ounded by the backwater press in 1996,
and is published bi-annually in March and September.
The Porcupine's Quill publishers (Their Links Page is
one The Digital Freedom Network
(DFN) is an international human rights organization that strengthens peaceful
advocates of freedom and democracy by publishing their material on the
Media UK - Lists UK magazines, newspapers, and radio and television stations.
Media and News Resources Around the Globe (including journals, broadcast media, newspapers, etc.)
CKCU-FM Radio - Here in Ottawa, Carleton University's radio
station. Literary events friendly, and a good place on your radio dial (93.1
FM) to listen to related programs and notices of upcoming events. Especially
worth noting is the program, Literary Landscapes, which plays each
Thursday evening from 6:30 - 7:00 PM. For further information please e-mail Jane Crosier.
League of Canadian Poets ("Browse upcoming poetry readings across Canada, entry guidelines for our contest, membership services and benefits, information on our two national poetry book awards and our catalogue of members.")
Canadian Poetry Association (CPA)
– National Site
Ottawa Public Library- For those living in Ottawa, a great source of reference and entertainment.
National Library of Canada – Title says it all!
BookWire ("The First Place to Look for Book Information on the World Wide Web.")
John Hewitt's Writer's Resource Center (Loads of links)
Personal Homepage of Ian Colford ("A Variety of Links to Interesting WebSites Pertaining to Arts and Humanities Topics")
Online Resource For Writers (From the University of Maine... excellently lives up to its billing)
Inkspot, Resource for writers ("WWW Virtual Library: Writers' Resources On The Web")
Elements of Style (The book, published as hypertext. Go figure, go click!)
Jack Lynch's Grammar and Style Guide ("These notes are a miscellany of grammatical rules and explanations, comments on style, and suggestions on usage I put together for my classes.")
Pulitzer Prizes World Wide Web site containing the works and profiles of Prize winners past and present.
CanadaWebDirectory an excellent
resource site divided into categories, including everything from arts and
culture to business, shopping and travel.
Books Canada, 71 Sparks Street, Ottawa, Canada K1P A5
The music-poetry group SugarBeat.
Project X - "a poetry-multimedia installation exploring discovery, technology, colonialism"
InterNovel Home Page ("There is NOTHING likeInterNovel on the Internet! InterNovel offers writers a unique opportunity to participate in the writing of a novel. In addition, any writer whose work is accepted will receive a royalty agreement on any sale of the completed novel.")
Perimeter Walk: ("Creative writing of quality by prisoners at HMP Channings Wood.")
Smith, E. Russell ("E. Russell Smith writes fiction and poetry and essays when he can, and contracts for others when he must, in which case he is known as Smith/Scrivener". If you're interested in other poetry sites, check out his "web ring" link).
Death of a Mystic/Rise of an Anarchist – web site of Ottawa poet Phil Mader, where one can order copies of the aforementioned titles, featuring his and other local poets’ work.