The Chicago Poetry Center
An independent not-for-profit arts organization founded in 1974, The Chicago Poetry Center's mission is to promote poetry through readings, workshops, residencies and arts education, to make poetry accessible to the general public, to stimulate and encourage young poets, and to advance the careers of poets by offering them professional opportunities. The Poetry Center is in residence at the Chicago Cultural Center.
Georgia Poetry Society
Founded in 1979 for the purpose of bringing into community poets and poetry lovers in the state of Georgia. If you are passionate about poetry, you’ve found the right place!
Highland Park Poetry
Highland Park Poetry, begun in 2007, sparks poets with annual poetry challenges, special contests and opportunities for publication in online Muses' Gallery and printed anthologies. Highland Park Poetry offers regular poetry events and readings.
National Federation of State Poetry Societies
The National Federation of State Poetry Societies (NFSPS) is a non-profit organization, exclusively educational and literary. Its purpose is to recognize the importance of poetry with respect to national cultural heritage. It is dedicated solely to the furtherance of poetry on the national level and serves to unite poets in the bonds of fellowship and understanding.
The Reading Club The Reading Club is a UK website containing over 60 articles written by experts who continually update and add new content. Some of the site's articles deal with organizing book clubs and poetry clubs.
Virtual Artists Collective
As the fine press imprint of virtual artists collective, we will continue to produce hand made books in the Timberline tradition — beautiful books of fine poetry that readers can afford.
Wilda Morris's Poetry Challenge
You are invited to write a poem responding to the prompt, and to submit it by the 15th of the month for possible publication on the blog.
A Year of Being Here
Daily mindfulness poems with an option for weekly e-mailings. It also has a very large archive of poems by famous poets as well as relatively unknown poets.