William Carlos Williams "Spring and All" Poem Animation
Someone seems to have animated a photograph of WCW to make it look like he’s reading this poem aloud. The effect is creepy at first, then a little bit fascinating. It’s not his voice, sadly, but it is another poet – Pulitzer Prize winner Philip Levine.
Pennsound – William Carlos Williams Archive
A really good website with a ton of recordings of WCW reading his own poems. There are several versions of "Spring and All." Try a few of them – it’s kind of cool to listen to the ways the poem changes in different readings.
The Figure Five in Gold
A painting, and the Williams poem that inspired it. It’s fun to see how another artist saw his work. Plus, as a bonus, you get to see a photo of WCW when he’s old and wearing a really goofy bowtie.
This page gives a thoughtful, fairly in-depth biography of WCW. It also has a few of his poems that you can browse through.
On "Spring and All"
A Web page with excerpts of analysis from a bunch of really smart scholars.