Digital Poe Collection Online

By admin on September 12th, 2009
Posted in Guests | 2 Comments »

The Edgar Allan Poe Digital Collection at the University of Texas Library has gone live.

According to Boing-Boing, “The digital collection incorporates images of all Poe manuscripts and letters at the Ransom Center with a selection of related archival materials, two books by Poe annotated by the author, sheet music based on his poems, and portraits from the Ransom Center collections. Poe’s manuscripts and letters are linked to transcriptions on the website of the Poe Society of Baltimore.”

By john shirley on 09.13.09 12:04 am

I tried to fill out the media information form but the ‘quick links’ appeared overtop the form and blocked it. I was not able to fill it out, therefore. Eg, yes or no questions were blocked by material from another page and were not accessible to answer.

Also I have not received word yet as to whether I’ll be included in con programming though I am willing to be, and have a membership, and am a pro with a new novel from Simon & Schuster, so it’s hard to tell anyone what my schedule will be there.

By admin on 09.13.09 2:36 am

Our web site team has contacted John to see if we can resolve his issue, which appears to be browser specific.

The program schedule is not yet available, but the Press Office will be liaising closely with the Programming team to make sure no one gets double-booked.

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