The Internet Archive is home to an astounding amount of public domain books, magazines, and zines. You can also borrow many titles as long as you have a free account.
An encyclopedia of famous poems by famous poets.
Public domain works of e.e. cummings.
Sacred texts and other writings ranging from Native American stories, to Grimoires, to LGBT writings including the poems of Sappho, to groundbreaking feminist texts, and so much more. This site is an incredible resource.
Marxist writings and archives of publications from around the world.
Old media-related magazines dating back to 1849.
Searchable database of published works.
A pretty-looking archive of English literature spanning from the medieval era to the 18th century.
“Illuminating” poetry from around the world.
Sacred poetry from around the world, from the 2nd century to the present-day.
Mostly traditional English poetry.
Pulp mags from 1896-1946.
Zines on political topics varying from reproductive rights, to anti-racism, to self-care.
A reference guide to Greek mythology and home to a library of translated texts and an art gallery.
Posts about dating, BDSM, and being online from Kat Blaque’s perspective as a Black transgender woman. More famous for her YouTube content.
Articles that gently criticize leftist strategies and promote empathy and wellbeing
Long-running blog with thoughts on religion and philosophy
Literature through the lens of essayist Maria Popova
Fun reviews of silent films
Personal musings, articles, guides to web-weaving and game-making, and recipes of the Melon King
Curated list of blogs that are regularly updated to this day
Freeware that seems kind of like Kid Pix but for zines.
Thousands and thousands of zines to look through. Be sure to check the unsorted section as well.
Zine links and articles. Some links are dead.
A quick guide that not only answers “What’s a zine?,” but also shows you how to make one that’s both a webpage and print-ready minizine using CSS!
Printable full-size and minizines.
Web-readable and printable mini-zines.
Someone who’s been making zines since the early 2000s.
Zinester since 2014. Runs a zinester Discord server and webring.
Homepage of Quinn Collard, creator of various zines