Well, if you are in New York, you should visit the Morgan Library and Museum exhibit, Edgar Allan Poe: Terror of the Soul, on view from October 4, 2013 through January 26, 2014. One of the donors to the exhibit is Susan Jaffe Tane, who generously lent items from her collection to the Athenaeum in 2009 when Collections Librarian, Kate Wodehouse did the Sex, Lies, and Edgar Allan Poe exhibit. The New York Times review of the Morgan exhibit is enticing.
Christina Bevilacqua, Director of Programs and Public Engagement, visited the Morgan exhibit over the weekend and while wandering the streets of New York later encountered this on the sidewalk:
If you do an image search for Poe what you find are hundreds of representations of him and his works. Some are very interpretive and creative, like the above stencil; all are inspired by E.A.P. Celebrate the 164th Anniversary of Poe’s death.