"Saguaro" by Josette Urso
© Josette Urso, New York, NY
Marc's interests were so varied and so broad that it would be nearly impossible to provide relevant links to all areas reflecting his culture and knowledge. Since this site is devoted exclusively to his prose and poetry, the following links are confined to those directly related to poetry, fiction, and literary theory, and have been chosen for their quality as well as for the additional valuable links to other sites they provide.
The Contemporary American Poetry Archive is a valuable resource for out of print poetry.
The Electronic Poetry Center of SUNY Buffalo has many links to digital magazines, texts and on-line poetry.
Jacket Magazine, edited in Australia by John Tranter, is widely recognized as one of the best on-line literary reviews.
U.K-based Poetry Society publishes the Poetry Review, and offers information as well as links to many poetry-related resources.
Samsara Quarterly is a nicely designed, well-edited on-line poetry review.
Spoken War is another great source for contemporary poetry.
The Voice of the Shuttle, produced from the University of California at Santa Barbara, is a huge critical theory and philosophy resource guide, with essays and links to all major periods, topics and authors. Invaluable.
This page from Eastern Kentucky University's Department of English and Theater offers many interesting links to pages treating literary theory and cultural studies.
LitLinks offers links to critical theory pages indexed by author.
Derridean Links is a thorough on-line resource guide to the French literary theorist and philosopher, provided by Karume University in Japan.
Deleuze and Guattari on the Web provides a selection of texts by the authors, interviews with them, and numerous essays regarding their work.
The Walter Benjamin Research Syndicate is a thorough, nearly endless archive of Benjamin-related resources, including essays, photos and links to topics discussed by the German cultural critic in his work.
Biographical and critical material about Thomas Pynchon can be found on The Modern Word website, as well as information on other major modern writers.
This page presents a lengthy interview with the poet John Ashbery regarding "What is Poetry?" and the practice of teaching poetry.
All of William Blake's poetry, including the Illuminated Books, complete with artwork, are presented here by the William Blake Archive. A very impressive site.
Biographical sketch and introductory presentations to the work of novelist Cormac McCarthy.
The James Legge translation of the Tao-Te Ching.
The I Ching on the Net
provides a plethora of links related to the Book of Changes.
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