A network for the empowerment of women through writing.
Annotated list of internet resources for women's literature, maintained by the Women's Studies Department at Northern Arizona University. Subcategories include: African, Asian-Pacific, Australian-New Zealand, Literary Biography and Literary History, Comparative Literature, Creative Writing, European, General, Genre Fiction,Latin American-Caribbean, Middle Eastern, Narrative--Theories and Studies of, North American, Poetry and Poetics, Literary Theory and Criticism]
The Brown University Women Writers Project is a long-term research project devoted to early modern women's writing and electronic text encoding. Their goal is to bring texts by pre-Victorian women writers out of the archive and make them accessible to a wide audience of teachers, students, scholars, and the general reader.
Annotated, frequently updated list of content-rich sites relating to women's literature, maintained by Joan Korenman.
Brief reviews of women's books by women around the world.
Focuses on pre-1922 poets, presented in chronological order. Includes biographical information, selected works, and a concise bibliography.
Created to provide " highly accurate transcriptions of literary works by British women writers of the late nineteenth century." Helpful for students interested in rare texts of Victorian women's writing, including poems.
A moderated online journal devoted to writers of domestic fiction. Focuses on American women writers from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Wisconsin Bibliographies in Women's Studies: Wisconsin Women Writers of Adult Fiction. (Welch, 1992).
Stories from the extraordinary lives of ordinary women who lived through most of this revolutionary century, recording their experiences in the family, the workplace and in society.