Laurel Ann hosted the 2010 Elizabeth Gaskell Blog Tour, honoring the 200th Anniversary of her birth. This lovely blog discusses Jane Austen’s novels, movies, sequels, and the pop culture she’s inspired
AustenOnly Elizabeth Gaskell is often compared with Jane Austen, Julie Wakefield offers in-depth information on the Georgian era and Miss Jane’s life
Brook Street Chapel
The Knutsford Chapel where Elizabeth Gaskell worshiped and where she and her husband are buried
Charlotte Brontë was a good friend of Mrs. Gaskell, at Charlotte’s death, she wrote her biography at the request of her family.
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell Overview
A division of the Victorian Web, which includes a biography, information about settings, literary imagery used by Mrs. Gaskell, social history of the period, and more
Gaskell Bibliography Resource
Nancy S. Weyant has compiled a wonderfully comprehensive list of material on Elizabeth Gaskell that’s been published after 2002
The Gaskell Journal is a peer-reviewed scholarly publication dedicated to disseminating the most authoritative, dynamic and agenda-setting research in Gaskell Studies.
Committed to promoting and encouraging the study and appreciation of the works and life of Elizabeth Gaskell
Five of Mrs. Gaskell’s main works are available as professionally formatted free ebooks