|General Literature Sites:
- African/American Writers available at Hackley Public Library
- African American Literature Book Club (AALBC) Authors, books, events, reviews, writers' resources, fun stuff, and discussion groups. (LII)
- 2013 Detroit Public Library African American Booklist
- 2012 Detroit Public Library African American Booklist
- American Folklore retellings of American folktales, Native American myths and legends, Tall Tales, weather folklore and ghost stories from each of the 50 states. (LII)
- Arts and Letters Daily A daily publication that has reviews, articles, and new book notices in all fields of the humanities.
- Bartleby.com : Great Books online
- Sister To Sister Bibliography Books available at Hackley Public Library
- Blithe House Quarterly: A Site for Gay Fiction new and established authors are featured here. (LII)
- Book Arts Web
- Book Browser
- Book Mooch Trade books with people around the world. (WIL)
- Book Expo The Biggest Book Event in the US
- Book Fairs and Other Literary Events Extensive listing of U.S. and international book fairs and other literary events (such as poetry and storytelling festivals). Provides contact phone numbers and websites, and month of the events. Listed alphabetically and by state. From the Library of Congress Center for the Book. (LII)
- Free Book Notes an index to study guides for over 250 classic novels. (LII)
- Book Reporter reviews, booklists, author interviews, newsletters, and lots more. (LII)
- Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes_
- Classics Unveiled information on classical Greece and Rome, including a sectin on Greek gods and heroes. (LII)
- Exquisite Corpse An online version of the literary magazine.
- Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts a fine site for those looking to explore the vast world of folklore and its many manifestations through a number of varying cultural traditions (SR)
- Free ISBN search search for books by their isbn. (RB)
- Gnooks offers several literature-related things, as well as a forum, and a book recommender, called Gnod's Suggestions. (LII)
- ISBN Database a database of books in different languages providing on-line and remote research tools for individuals, librarians, scientists, etc. Taking data from hundreds of libraries across the world ISBNdb is a unique tool you won't find anywhere else. (WILT)
- JustFreeBooks JustFreeBooks search the content of more than 450 web sites, including gutenberg.org, wikibooks.org and archive.org. With JustFreeBooks you can find public domain texts, open books, free audio books, ad-supported books and more. (IRN)
- LibraryThing “LibraryThing is an online service to help people catalog their books easily. You can access your catalog from anywhere—even on your mobile phone. Because everyone catalogs together, LibraryThing also connects people with the same books, comes up with suggestions for what to read next, and so forth.” (IRN)
- Mathematical Fiction Alex Kasman, Associate Professor in the College of Charleston Department of Mathematics, has compiled this list of Mathematical Fiction. The books and stories listed here may be of interest to teachers or anyone wanting to read about mathematics from a literary perspective. The collection is organized so that visitors can browse by medium (which includes 22 entries that are categorized as Available Free Online), genre, motif, or topic. (SR)
- Michigan Authors and Illustrators
- Michigan Notable Books from the Library of Michigan (RT)
- The National Book Foundation visitors can peruse a listing of all of the award winners, learn about the annual National Book Month (celebrated in October), and explore the many other offerings of the foundation including workshops, writing camps, and available resources. (SR)
- NewPages - Alternatives in Print and Media Users in search of new and interesting journals, weeklies, and publishers would be hard-pressed to find a better starting point than this site. (SR)
- Oprah's Online Bookclub (LII)
- PEN American Center 'the PEN American Center works to advance literature, to defend free expression, and to foster international literary fellowship.' (SR)
- The Pulitzer Prize This site is the official Pulitzer Prize site, and has all the winners along with a one sentence summary of the works of the winners and finalists.
- Readers' Café: A Virtual Meeting Place for Books and Readers bibliographies, book reviews, book groups, etc. (LII)
- Story Arts Online Storytelling hints and techniques.
- Titles from Shakespeare Type in the name of a Shakespeare play and find all the other works that have been based on it with their author and the full quotation from which a title was derived.
- Uncle Tom's Cabin and American Culture [QuickTime, RealPlayer] Not only is the full text of the book offered here, but audio recordings of the hymns, prefaces by H. B. Stowe, and commentary on the effects of the book on American Society.
- The Writer's Almanac Garrison Keillor's daily NPR segment. (LII)
- Women Writers Project -- Brown University. Pre-Victorian literature written by women. This is a beta-test version.
- A World of Books: Annotated Surveys of Noteworthy Books from Around the Globe from the Library of Congress, A series of annual pamphlets first started in 1998, featuring some of the most important and interesting books published abroad that an American public may have overlooked. (LII)