Who Is Precisely Poe?
Please scroll down this page to locate some of the best Poe Internet sites. There you will find the information to answer most of your Poe-related questions.
One can look for biographical information about Poe; enter a Poe chat room to talk with people all over the world about the famous author as well as leave a mark on the guest list or email the creator of this site directly.
The Poe Decoder
The Poe Decoder is a project that was started by five Poe advocates in an effort to provide literary criticism and information on Poe and his work across the Internet. The growing collection of essays at this site is written by qualified people who wish to provide accurate information as well as put an end to the lies and rumors surrounding the life and writings of Edgar Allan Poe. The Poe Decoder also contains links to the best Poe sites on the Internet.
The Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore
Not only does this site provide information about the Society and the time that Poe lived in Baltimore, it also contains much useful information pertaining to Griswold and Poe's distorted biography as well as dispels many of the rumors and lies about Poe's supposed alcohol and drug addiction. Any student or serious reader of Poe should visit this site.
The House of Usher: Edgar Allan Poe
Peter Forrest has created a truly unique site
which is both entertaining and informative. Forrest constantly
updates his site so that no matter how many times you visit, you
will always find something new.
John Astin stars as Edgar Allan Poe in a play written by Paul Day Clemens and Ron Magid. Astin as Poe returns from the grave to refute the lies that Griswold told about him as well as to explain the inspiration for many of his literary works. This is a "must-see" for all serious Poe fans and scholars.
"Poe: A Musical Based on the Life of E. A.Poe" written by Jack Aaronson
AproPoe Productions Presents Norman George as Poe
AproPoe Productions, presenter of actor Norman George in "Poe Alone: The Last Appeal" and "The Raven and the Dove: A Romance," announces its new web site.
In New York
At the University of Virginia
Last updated on February 18, 2006.