Poe Places outside of Baltimore:
• Poe Foundation of Boston
The Edgar Allan Poe Foundation of Boston seeks to honor Poe in the city where he was born.
• Poe National Historic Site (Philadelphia)
Poe lived in this home from fall of 1842 (or June of 1843) to April of 1844. Administered by the National Park Service through: Independence National Historic Park, 313 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19106.
• Poe Foundation (Richmond Poe Museum)
This organization maintains a museum dedicated to Poe with many interesting artifacts.
• Poe Cottage in New York (Fordham/Bronx)
Poe lived in this house during the last years of his life.
• The Raven Society of the University of Virginia
Preserves the room in which Poe stayed while he was at the University of Virginia.
• Poe Society of Baltimore
The City of Baltimore, the nation and the world owe a great debt of gratitude to the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore. Established in 1923 the Society has its roots in earlier organizations dating some 50 years prior. In 1938, the Society was responsible for saving and restoring Poe’s home on Amity Street in Baltimore. Today, the Society’s website provides a rich treasure trove of information on Poe’s life and works.
• Maryland Historical Society
Library and collection contains manuscripts, images and other Edgar Allan Poe related material.
• Poe Studies Association (PSA)
The PSA is an academic association of individuals interested in current scholarly studies on Poe.
• Maryland Public Television: Knowing Poe (Thinkport)
Multi-media presentation on Poe’s life and works.
• Heyward Ehrlich’s “A Poe Webliography: Edgar Allan Poe on the Internet”
Provides an extremely useful, categorized index of sites with a variety of information about Poe and his writings.
• Extensive Online Exhibit of Poe Collection at HRCL, University of Texas at Austin
The Harry Ransom Center of the University of Texas at Austin holds the largest and most significant archive of Poe material in the world.
• Poe Studies: Dark Romanticism
Well-respected academic journal.
• The Poe Decoder
A list of links to Poe sites maintained by Christoffer Nilson (“Qrisse’s Poe Pages”), Martha Womack (“Precisely Poe”), and their compatriots.
• The Eureka Project
A website that specializes in interpretations and analyses of Poe’s most perplexing work.
• House of Usher
A popular approach to Poe, including lists of films and comic books based on Poe’s works and numerous commercial offerings.