Sites on Contributors to 19th Century British Periodicals
 
The Andrew Lang Site: A site dedicated to the recovery of Andrew Lang’s writings, including links to his periodical writings. https://andrewlang.org
 
Athenaeum: The Athenaeum Projects, maintained by the Centre for Interactive Systems Research, City University of London, offers an index of book reviews published in the Athenaeum between 1828 and 1871. http://smcse.city.ac.uk/doc/cisr/web/athenaeum
 
At the Circulating Library: A Database of Victorian Fiction, 1837–1901: Offers a biographical and bibliography database of nineteenth-century British fiction, with over 16,000 title entries. https://www.victorianresearch.org/atcl
 
Dickens Journals Online: A fully searchable archive of digitised scans of the journals conducted by Charles Dickens. Maintained by the University of Buckingham. https://www.djo.org.uk
 
Digital Victorian Periodical Poetry: This website contains two inter-related projects: a digital index of all periodical poems in English, including translations and illustrated poetry, in full runs of a wide variety of periodicals, magazines, and newspapers, with biographical information on poets, translators, and illustrators; and a digital edition of representative periodical poetry, encoded for poetic and material features. Both the index and edition will be fully searchable, and users will be able to generate their own anthology from the edited poems. Edited by Alison Chapman. Currently in its beta form. https://dvpp.uvic.ca
 
George Eliot Archive: A database providing free access to all of Eliot's writings, edited by Beverley Rilett. https://georgeeliotarchive.org
 
HBooks: HBooks showcases the abundance and variety of articles, reviews, and commentary about history published in the British periodical press from 1809 to 1916. HBooks provides metadata and commentary for some 2700 articles and book reviews in nineteen periodicals. https://cdh.rula.info/hbooks
 
History in the Victorian Periodical Press Online: HiPPo, a database containing records of accounts of history published from about 1809 to 1916 in nineteen Victorian periodicals, published under the auspices of the University of Windsor and directed by Leslie Howsam. http://www.uwindsor.ca/people/lhowsam/299/history-victorian-periodical-press-online-hippo
 
Literary Bonds: The website contains a bibliographic list, along with contextualized information, on approximately ninety historical periodicals from the long nineteenth century. It is devoted solely to the magazines that were produced by literary societies, and mutual improvement societies more broadly, from across Scotland and England, the majority of which were produced in manuscript. http://www.literarybonds.org
 
The Modernist Journals Project: This website is a joint project of Brown University and the University of Tulsa. Although it primarily provides open access to periodicals and little magazines from the modernist period, it contains some periodicals of the long nineteenth century, such as The Dome (1898-1899), McClure’s Magazine (1900-1910), and Le Petit Journal des Refusées (1896). http://modjourn.org/journals.html
 
Nineteenth-Century Business, Labour, Temperance & Trade Periodicals (BLT19): Led by Professor Andrew King, this website provides access to partial runs of British Workman (1855-1858, and 1861-1864), Stationary Trade Review (1887), and The Navy and Army Illustrated (1898-1900). http://www.blt19.co.uk
 
Nineteenth Century Serials Edition (NCSE): This website contains facsimiles of The Monthly Repository (1806-1838), The Northern Star (1837-1852), The Leader (1850-1860), The English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), The Tomahawk (1867-1870) and the Publishers’ Circular (1880-1890). It is edited by Mark Turner, Laurel Brake and James Mussell. https://ncse.ac.uk
 
The Periodical Poetry Index: Citing poetry published in nineteenth-century periodicals, developed and managed by Natalie Houston, Lindsy Lawrence, and April Patrick. http://www.periodicalpoetry.org
 
Price One Penny: Cheap Literature, 1837-1860 (POP): A database of Victorian penny fiction, edited by Marie Léger-St-Jean, which includes bibliographic information and an electronic edition of "The Mysteries of the Inquisition". http://www.priceonepenny.info
 
Quarterly Review: The Quarterly Review Archive, edited by Jonathan Cutmore, and published as part of the Romantic Circles website, is an index of articles published in the Quarterly Review from 1809-1824. https://www.rc.umd.edu/reference/qr/
 
Research Society for Victorian Periodicals: An international association of scholars dedicated to the exploration and study of 19th-century British periodicals, and the supporting organization for the Curran Index. http://rs4vp.org
 
The Victoria Research Web: A guide to research resources for the study of 19th- century Britain, established and maintained by Patrick Leary. For 15 years this site has been the primary home of the Curran Index. http://victorianresearch.org
 
Victorian Voices: Features over 12,000 articles from British and American Victorian magazines and an overview of a range of periodicals. https://www.victorianvoices.net
 
The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals, 1800-1900: A subject-inclusive, language-inclusive bibliography of 73,000 publications, 68,000 personal names, 6,300 issuing bodies, 2,400 publishing towns, 23,000 title pages, and 2,000 subjects edited by John S. North. http://www.victorianperiodicals.com
 
Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals, 1824-1900: An online version of the 1962-1989 printed Wellesley Index, maintained by Proquest. This subscription-based service provides information on articles in 45 Victorian era periodicals. See  http://wellesley.chadwyck.co.uk/marketing/index.jsp and https://www.proquest.com/products-services/wellesley.html
 
Welsh Journals Online: This website, run by the National Library of Wales, provides open access to journals relating to Wales published between 1735 and 2007. Titles range from academic and scientific publications to literary and popular magazines. https://journals.library.wales
 
The Yellow Nineties Online: This website is an open-access, scholarly resource for the study of fin-de-siècle aesthetic magazines in the context of their production and reception. Phase 1 (2010–2015) was edited by Dennis Denisoff and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, and Phase 2 (2016–2021) by Janzen Kooistra. Y90s 2.0 provides completed editions of the Yellow Book (1894–1897), the Pagan Review (1892), The Evergreen (1895–1897), the Pageant (1896–1897) the Savoy (1896), the Dial (1889–1897), and the Green Sheaf (1903–1904). http://www.1890s.ca