International Women’s Writing Guild
– Non-profit organization for the empowerment of women through writing. Site provides details of regional workshops and a wealth of useful information about services and benefits available to IWWG members. No portfolio is required.
Ada Aharoni – Poetry and links related to conflict resolution and peace, specifically in the Middle East. Also includes writings on women.
Broad Universe – An international organization with the primary goal of promoting science fiction, fantasy, and horror written by women.
A Celebration of Women Writers – Comprehensive listing of links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers, and complete published books written by women. Searchable by time period, country, and author’s last name.
coloredgirls.com – An online literary magazine featuring author interviews, book reviews and critical essays geared toward women of color.
Domestic Goddesses – A moderated online journal devoted to writers of domestic fiction. Focuses on American women writers from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Dorothy Dix Collection – Information on a collection at Austin Peay State University dedicated to Elizabeth Meriweather Gilmer, an American journalist who wrote as Dorothy Dix during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Literature Internet Resources – 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]
Marge Piercy Homepage – “I am hoping this page will help students writing papers, faculty doing research, people wanting to study with me in a workshop setting, and just plain fans.” –Marge Piercy
The Victorian Women Writers Project – 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.
Wicked Alice – Women-centered literary e-zine including poetry, essays, fictions, articles, and book reviews.
Women Writers – Literary magazine that features original fiction, poetry, scholarship, book reviews, links, and author interviews. Includes extensive information about individual authors.
Women Writers – Women writers covers women in all aspects of the literary world. Areas ranging from journalism to mainstream writing are included in this collection of articles. Authors as diverse as Louisa May Alcott and the Bronte sisters to Mary Higgins Clark and Jude Devereaux are covered. Content covers what these women write, why they write and what inspires any woman to write, as well as letting the reader know a bit about these women’s lives outside of the writing world.
Women Writers Project – 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.
The Women’s Review of Books – Reviews of the latest books by and about women from Wellesley College. By subscription; minimal free content.
The Words of a Woman Net Society – A group of quality female writers, comprised of published and non-published poets. Many pen haiku, sonnets, structured poetry, on subjects of sensuality, romance, life, with observing eyesight and detail.