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Here are free, accessible books. Read them and go in peace. Everything at this site has now been placed in the public domain with a Creative Commons deed (except two or three pieces copyrighted by others and used by permission). This site is…

PublicLiterature.org provides a user-friendly interface to read books online. Many tools are provided to explore and utilize this collection of public domain books, poetry, tutorials and audio.

North Carolina-born Paul Green (1894-1981) was one of the South’s most revered writers, and one of America’s most distinguished. The first playwright from the South to gain national and international recognition, he was part of that…

"At every turn in its thought, society will find us - waiting." New works in the public domain since 1987. Hundreds of pages of the zine OVO, edited and published by Trevor Blake.

The Carrboro Poetry Festival contains information about the Carrboro Poetry Festival, an annual event held in Carrboro North Carolina that was founded in 2004. The site features a comprehensive mp3 audio archive of individual readings during the 2004…

Human readings of Classic Literature and Poetry recorded and distributed under Creative Commons Licensing.

Timeless Truths is a free online library with resources including books, midi, sheet music, and more. It is dedicated to the edification of those who love God, and to seriously address the questions and concerns of those who wish to inquire about the…

You will find classic books from the start of this century and previous centuries, from authors including Shakespeare, Poe, Dante, as well as well-loved favorites like the Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the Tarzan and Mars books…

Need some justification for your trashy reading habits? Redefine all that has been taught you and embrace the popular canon. The Series Zealot systematically redeems the most popular teen series with literary analysis and critical commentary.

Plays, hyperdrama, screenplays, fiction, essays, poems, audio and video by Charles Deemer, a hyperdrama pioneer who in 1994 put up the first website for screenwriters and playwrights.