A voluntary, non-profit-making organisation, and a Registered Charity. Features a range of information on the author including his life, poems, Batemans, and a picture gallery. Includes a member's section.
Notes on this award. Includes the citation and links to related resources.
Information on Kipling's relationship to the origins of boy scouting.
Informational site which includes links to online texts and other resources.
The author's series of reports in the London Daily Telegraph, October 19, 23, 26, and 31, 1916.
The author lived for a short time in Brattleboro, Vermont. The house in which he lived, named by him Naulakha, afforded spectacular views of Mount Monadnock.
Details and listings of the letters, papers and manuscripts held in the Kipling collection.
Comment and a series of past essays from the Atlantic magazine. Also includes Kipling's story "The Disturber of Traffic" printed in September 1891.
Collection of portraits held at the National Portrait Gallery.
Mailing list service to exchange information and views on the life and work of the author.