Blake 2.0 is a network of sites devoted to the study of William Blake and his reception by artists, writers, filmmakers, musicians and more. William Blake (1757-1827) was one of the most original artists and poets ever to have lived in Britain and, since his death, he has become one of the most influential figures to have inspired later generations.
Zoamorphosis.com is a magazine-style blog that provides updates on various uses of Blake in the arts, media, popular culture and some areas of scholarship, with news of Blake sightings in the press and elsewhere.
Zoamorphosis | The Blake 2.0 Blog
The William Blake Channel is a collection of podcasts on iTunes dealing with different aspects of Blake’s poetry and his reception. The William Blake Channel is free: click on the subscribe button when the channel loads and you will then be able to download and listen to new podcasts as they become available on the site.
The William Blake Channel
The Blake 2.0 | Digital Reading Project is dedicated to collecting and publishing original research into the ways that Blake is read in the twenty-first century. The site will collect and provide data on reading habits, conducting surveys and collating information from other sources for scholars and researchers interested in the ways in which Blake’s art and poetry are used in everyday situations.
Blake 2.0 | Digital Reading Project
Blake 2.0 is the community portal for anyone interested in William Blake. From here you can view various Blake 2.0 projects as well as connect and communicate with other users as part of the Blake 2.0 community.
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For Facebook users, the Blake 2.0 network provides regular updates straight to your account. Join the discussion with other Blake fans and also subscribe to the Zoamorphosis Facebook app.