Articles and Essays from SPRINGVisual Links:
EEC Society Blog
Cummings Archive [A digital archive of some of Cummings' drafts (including some of his notes)]
Cummings page at the Anthology of Modern American Poetry Site (MAPS) (Legacy site)
Cummings page at the re-designed MAPS site
Rethinking E. E. Cummings: An Appeal for a New Reading (Part One) [Jerome Rothenberg, 21 July 2010]
Rethinking E. E. Cummings: An Appeal for a New Reading (Part Two) [Jerome Rothenberg, 6 August 2010]
Places, People, and Publications associated with EEC
Web Pages dedicated to Cummings:
- Brenda Tremblay, "College Restores Artwork by Poet E. E. Cummings" (NPR, 2 March 2008)
- Meghan Finnerty, "E. E. Cummings Art Collection Restoration Completed" (SUNY Brockport, 1 Nov. 2021)
- Images of the 75 Cummings artworks at SUNY Brockport
- E. E. Cummings' Art (Ken Lopez)
- "Mt. Chocorua" (ca. 1938)—EEC Painting reproduced (along with EEC's three early  attempts at haiku) at the Yale Library's exhibit "Petals on a Wet Black Bough: American Modernist Writers and the Orient."
- Noise Number 13 (1925, Whitney Museum)
- Cummings Artworks at the Whitney
- Laura Lowell, "A Rhinoceros Tells Tales to a Soldier: The Childhood Imaginings of E. E. Cummings" (Massachusetts Historical Society, July 2013)
- Rebecca Onion, "E. E. Cummings’ Colorful, Imaginative Childhood Drawings." (Slate.com, 17 June 2013)
- Emily Shire, "The Secret Art Life of E. E. Cummings" (The Daily Beast, April 26, 2015)
- Academy of American Poets Cummings page
- The Poetry Foundation Cummings page
- An Unofficial E. E. Cummings starting point
- The Literary Encyclopedia's Cummings page
- Cummings poem at the University of Toronto's Representative Poetry Online
- An on-line text of The Enormous Room (Project Gutenberg)
- EEC page at "Norton Poets Online"
- Cummings at Silver Lake (Friends of the Madison [NH] Library)
||Cummings Audio on the Web
"Audio Cummings" (EEC Society Blog)
Cummings reading at the 92nd Street Y (October 20, 1949). The entire reading was released in 2013 as part of the 92nd Street Y's "75 at 75" series. The reading is also available on Sound Cloud and You Tube.
The Poetry Foundation's podcast "E. E. Cummings: Essential American Poets" presents Cummings reading "anyone lived in a pretty how town" (CP 515), "as freedom is a breakfast food," (CP 511), and "love is more thicker than forget" (CP 530). These tracks are from the 92nd Street Y reading, recorded October 20, 1949. (The "1959" note on the podcast page is in error.)
The Poetry Archive presents Cummings reading two poems: "anyone lived in a pretty how town" (CP 515) and " 'next to of course god america i" (CP 267). Recorded by the BBC, date unknown.
The UBU web Cummings sound page offers recordings of "that melancholy" (CP 697) and "let's,from some loud unworld's most rightful wrong" (CP 745).
Audio Books (and other formats)
In 2001, Harper released a three-cassette compilation, "E. E. Cummings Reads: A Poetry Collection," with readings from poems, plays, and prose writings. [Order EEC Reads from Amazon.com.] The first casette is identical to the first Caedmon vinyl LP, E. E. Cummings Reading His Poetry, which was made in the studio on May 28, 1953. Side one features selections from Him, EIMI, and Santa Claus, while side two features poems from XAIPE (1950), 1 X 1 (1944), and 50 Poems (1940). This LP was re-released in 2007 in CD format under the name The Essential E. E. Cummings, but it is no longer in print.
A CD of Cummings reading his poetry called "E. E. Cummings: The Voice of the Poet" was released in 2005. [Order E. E. Cummings: The Voice of the Poet from Amazon.]
Poems from The Dial (from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library)
[The transcription of the spacing for these poems is poor, especially for "Buffalo Bill 's." Cummings' drawings are no longer available.]
- Seven Poems (January 1920)
- Five Poems (May 1920)
- Puella Mea (January 1921)
Peter Campbell's Krazy Kat site is defunct . . . and / or moving to become an RSS feed?
Selections from E. E. Cummings' "A Foreword to Krazy"
Visual Poetry sites:Augusto de Campos' poem "Pérolas para Cummings" ["Pearls for Cummings"]—a 100th-birthday tribute to EEC, with the poet's own translation, from Spring 4.
The ubuweb, the primo visual poetry site: http://www.ubu.com/
Order the poetry of E. E. Cummings from
E. E. Cummings Images
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