Cavendish articles & essays on-line:
- Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 30.1 (2000): 101-124. Randall Ingram, "First Words and Second Thoughts: Margaret Cavendish, Humphrey Moseley, and 'the Book'" (access by subscription)
Cavendish texts on-line:
- The Atomic Poems: The Emory Women Writers Resource Project.
- A World in an Eare-Ring: The Norton Anthology of English Literature.
- The Brown University Women Writers Project (and Renaissance Women On-Line): Cavendish texts (access to texts by license only, scroll down the page to the "Cavendish" section).
- True Relation: online version by Allison Nies.
- Women Dramatists 1550-1670: Plays in Performance: videos of staged productions of Cavendish and others
- Radio interview with Erna Kelly: broadcast on "Spectrum West", WHWC (Wisconsin, US), 9 March 2000 (1 MB audio file).
- Radio interview with Susannah Quinsee: broadcast on "The Secret Life of Poetry", BBC Radio 4, 30 April 2000 (300kb audio file).
Cavendish-related historic sites (contributed by Lisa Hopkins):
- Bolsover Castle
- Chatsworth House
- Sherwood Forest
- Clumber Park
- Ault Hucknall church: Hobbes's burial place.
- Hardwick Inn
- Hardwick Hall: built by William's grandmother, Bess of Hardwick
- Royal Armouries Museum: where there's a film based on Margaret Cavendish's writings, which attempts to reconstruct William's role in the Battle of Marston Moor.
Members' websites and homepages:
Websites dedicated to women writers and women's history:
- 4000 Years of Women in Science: where a Margaret Cavendish page can be found.
- About.com: Women Writers, 17th century
- The Brown University Women Writers Project (limited access)
- A Celebration of Women Writers
- The Emory Women Writers Resource Project
- The Genesis Project
- Aemilia Lanyer
- The Perdita Project
- Society for the Study of Early Modern Women
Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century sites:
- Early Modern Literary Studies
- Literary Resources - Renaissance (Jack Lynch)
- Renaissance Forum
- Ohio State University Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- University of Toronto's Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
- Early Modern England Source
- Voice of the Shuttle
- University of Toronto on-line texts
- Online Shakespeare
- Renascence Editions
- 16th-Century Ballads Project
- King James Bible
- The Oxford Text Archive
- University of Virginia online texts
- Project Gutenburg
Rare book libraries:
Online journals, bookstores, reference resources, and miscellaneous matter:
- Intute: Arts and Humanities
- Oxford Early Printed Books
- Milton Quarterly
- Carol Gerten's Art Site
- Project Muse online journals
- Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music
- Alciato's Emblems