Links and Resources

The International T. S. Eliot Society

The T. S. Eliot Society is an international community of scholars and others interested in the mind and work of Eliot. It was founded in 1980 for the purpose of providing fellowship and enrichment of understanding, and as a focus for commemorating Eliot in the city of his birth, St. Louis. Its annual program includes a Memorial Lecture by an eminent critic or scholar. Learn more about the Society and become a member here.

The T. S. Eliot Editorial Research Project

The T. S. Eliot Editorial Project was housed at the Institute of English, University of London, and supported by the AHRC and the Eliot Estate. The Editorial Project has produced new scholarly editions of Eliot’s poetry, prose, and correspondence, which have been published under the general editorship of John Haffenden, Ronald Schuchard and Christopher Ricks.

The T. S. Eliot Prize

T. S. Eliot Prize, which former Poet Laureate Sir Andrew Motion has described as “the Prize poets most want to win,” is an annual prize for the best new poetry collection published in the UK or Ireland. It is firmly established as the most valuable and prestigious prize in the UK for a new collection of poetry.

Conceived by the Eliot Estate in partnership with Faber & Faber, features full text access to many of Eliot’s works; essays about his life and achievements; photos and media related to his career; a searchable archive of his unpublished correspondence; and the digital edition of the Eliot-Hale letters, edited by John Haffenden.

T. S. Eliot Society (UK)

Founded in 2006, The T S Eliot Society (UK) provides links, resources, news, and listings for Eliot scholars and enthusiasts.

T. S. Eliot Festival at Little Gidding

The T. S. Eliot Festival is a celebration of Eliot’s life and work held annually on the grounds of Little Gidding in Cambridgeshire, England. The Sunday programme is a joint event with the Summer School. For further information about the programme and how to obtain tickets, please see the Friends of Little Gidding website.