The Epic Poetry Network (EPN) is an international network of researchers working on Greek and Roman epic poetry. It was founded in 2016 by Simone Finkmann and Christiane Reitz to bring together scholars working on epic poetry from Homer to Neo-Latin epic, to facilitate the exchange of information and collaborations between experts in this field and to encourage diachronic intertextual research.
The EPN website contains an overview of Greek and Latin poems that are commonly classified as epic poems or epyllia. In addition to a core bibliography of important critical editions, translations, and commentaries, it also comprises current information relating to the study of Greek and Roman epic, such as CFPs and announcements of upcoming seminars, workshops, and conferences, as well as job vacancies.
The website provides an overview of the latest developments in research on Graeco-Roman epic and a list of recent publications as well as current and upcoming projects. Scholars can introduce their new research projects (firstname.lastname@example.org) and keep the EPN members informed about their work (email@example.com) or upcoming events (firstname.lastname@example.org).