Literary Sites and Research Resources

for Joyce Kilmer, Aline Kilmer, and their Literary Circle
 
Read about John Covel's
Joyce Kilmer: A Literary Biography at Rising Dove Bookstore
Joyce Kilmer FAQs and Fancies
 
"Trees" limited edition print by Miriam A. Kilmer
 
My interview about Joyce Kilmer in DaRK PaRTY ReVIEW
 
Joyce and Aline
Joyce Kilmer literary Autograph Letter Signedto Russell
 
Summer of Love Signed First Edition
 

Kilmer Images

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You may need to use the "find" command on your Edit menu for some of these sites. At the following links, I have found Joyce Kilmer, Aline Kilmer, Joseph Auslander, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Oscar Wilde, Rudyard Kipling, Lionel Johnson, Padraig Collum, or others likely to be of interest to students of early twentieth-century American literature.
Joyce Kilmer (1886-1918)
Joyce Kilmer and Trees
Earth Day and Arbor Day

 
"Trees" is Joyce Kilmer's most popular poem. It was set to music by many composers, but the one we've all heard is by Oscar Rasbach.
 
Search for "Rasbach Trees" under keyword to find the sheet music at musicnotes.com
Recordings

Joyce Kilmer Biography at Wikipedia
 
Biography at FirstWorldWar.com
 
Books On-line: Authors
        Here you may find the entire texts of Joyce Kilmer's published poetry.
Main Street and Other Poems
        HTML
        Gutenberg (electronic text or zip files)

 
Trees and Other Poems
        Gutenberg (electronic text or zip files)
EveryPoet.com - Poetry of Joyce Kilmer:
Trees and Other Poems
 
"The Twelve-Forty-Five"
"Pennies"
"Trees"
"Stars"
"Old Poets"
"Delicatessen"
"Servant Girl and Grocer's Boy"
"Wealth"
"Martin"
"The Apartment House"
"As Winds That Blow Against A Star"
"St. Laurence"
"To A Young Poet Who Killed Himself"
"Memorial Day"
"The Rosary"
"Vision"
"To Certain Poets"
"Love's Lantern"
"St. Alexis"
"Folly"
"Madness"
"Poets"
"Citizen of the World"
"To a Blackbird and His Mate Who Died in the Spring"
"The Fourth Shepherd"
"Easter"
"Mount Houvenkopf"
"The House with Nobody in It"
"Dave Lilly"
"Alarm Clocks"
"Waverley"
Main Street and Other Poems
 
"Main Street"
"Roofs"
"The Snowman in the Yard"
"A Blue Valentine"
"Houses"
"In Memory"
"Apology"
"The Proud Poet"
"Lionel Johnson"
"Father Gerard Hopkins, S. J."
"Gates and Doors"
"The Robe of Christ"
"The Singing Girl"
"The Annunciation"
"Roses"
"The Visitation"
"Multiplication"
"Thanksgiving"
"The Thorn"
"The Big Top"
"Queen Elizabeth Speaks"
"Mid-ocean in War-time"
"In Memory of Rupert Brooke"
"The New School"
"Easter Week"
"The Cathedral of Rheims"
"Kings"
"The White Ships and the Red"
Joyce Kilmer Essays (1888-1941)
Gutenberg (electronic text or zip files): Joyce Kilmer's "Holy Ireland"

 
Joyce Kilmer Papers at Georgetown University
 
Joyce Kilmer & Aline Kilmer Papers at Marquette University

 
Aline Kilmer (1888-1941)

Candles that Burn
 
Related Literary Resources
Book Lovers' Index
Book Lovers' Writers Index
Poetry Archive
Representative Poetry Online
The Lyrics Library

     (Use this for finding poems that have been set to music, but do not rely on the accuracy of the lyrics you find there.)
Libraries
Poets Laureate of the U.S.A.
Rare books
Sara Teasdale: Letters to Joyce and Aline Kilmer : 1912 - 1932
        University Of Delaware Library Special Collections Department
Literature Post - a collection of classic books, plays, stories and poems for online reading

 
Search the Web
 
Yahoo's Literary Indexes:
Yahoo's Poetry index
Yahoo's Literature index
 
Mailing Lists
The BookWire Mailing List Index
 
The BookWire Author-Specific Mailing List Index
 
Newsgroups
The BookWire Newsgroup Index

 
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