This is a full-on original short film based on the poem, not just your usual You Tube slideshow. Definitely worth a peek.
A recording by the singer Jeff Buckley, who died young, like Poe. A spooky poem for him to be reading for sure, and the weird instrumentals make it even more intense.
A crisp, clear reading of "Ulalume," with some eerie background music.
We think this reader does a great job of capturing the feeling of this poem. You can here him really chewing on each of those words, tasting them, which is exactly the point.
The famous artist made this illustration for Poe's poem. Not a finished masterpiece, but it's fun to see these great minds working together.
We're not sure who was responsible for these, but we like the style.
A painting of the goddess Astarte by the American artist John Singer Sargent. From a mural in the Boston Public Library. Notice that she's standing on a crescent moon.
An award-winning interactive Poe website. Definitely worth checking out.
A site that lets you check out some of the many published versions of this poem. It's worth a look to see the ways in which this poem changed over time. Actually, this whole site is worth your time. Poke around.
A page with a good comprehensive bio of Poe and some other useful information.