The Emily Dickinson International Society (EDIS) Home Page. In 1988, EDIS incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in order to
promote, perpetuate, and enhance the study and appreciation of Emily
The Emily Dickinson Lexicon ed. by Cynthia Hallen, forthcoming Greenwood Press. This volume explores Dickinson's word choice by examining the meanings recorded in Noah Webster's An American Dictionary of the English Language (1844 printing of 1841 ed.) and noting particular resonances to Emily Dickinson's writings.
The Dickinson List, edited
by Connie Kirk (Mansfield University), is an e-mail subscription
list devoted to discussion of the work of Emily Dickinson (1830-1886).
listserv devoted to discussion of particular Dickinson poems (usually two per week).
The Dickinson Homestead, Home
of Emily Dickinson, a National Historic Landmark owned by the Trustees of
Amherst College. This site also includes information about the
Evergreens, home of Susan and Austin Dickinson, as well as numerous other Dickinson-related sites in Amherst.
Emily Dickinson: A Reconsideration -- Judith Johnson's hypertext exploration of Dickinson's Fascicle 33, with an
afterward discussing the fascicle's themes and structure.
First held in 2002 and designed to be an annual event, the Emily Dickinson Marathon Reading was inspired by the successful annual Bloomsday reading of James Joyce's Ulysses at Symphony Space and by the performance art of Marshall Weber. Weber, a member of the Booklyn Artists Alliance in Brooklyn, New York, once performed a solo marathon reading of the Bible.
Emily Dickinson Online is
maintained by Connie Kirk in order to promote the reading, study, and
enjoyment of the poems, correspondence, and biographies of Dickinson.