... of Wystan Hugh Auden (this Wikipedia entry is approved by The Auden Society).
Here is a nice selection of his poems, including "Atlantis," a favorite of mine since I first read it (it seemed to be offering me personal advice).
Patrick Kurp posts some thoughts: Happy Birthday, Wystan! (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)
Wordcarving posts a tribute: This Lunar Beauty. (A hat tip to the Incomparable Minx.)
And Adam Kirsch offers and Homage to Auden. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)
Auden was a great poet. There has been no one like him since his death. I will add to this post as occasion warrants.
Update: Something doubly appropriate: Auden on Ash Wednesday . (Hat tip, Barbara Smith.)
Also, Ed Pettit advise in a comment that the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography has made it's Auden entry available for the week: Auden, Wystan Hugh.
Update: Maxine tipped me off to this piece in the Sunday Times: Losers and limbo.
Update: Carla Bruni sings Auden and others. (Hat tip, Daniel Scott Buck.)
And here's an Auden quiz . Yours truly got 11 out of 15, described as 'Impressive. You are found by the "Bureau of Statistics to be one against whom there [is] no official complaint".' (Hat tip, Rus Bowden.)