- Geoff Akers - Beating for Light: The Story of Isaac Rosenberg (2006)
- Jean Moorcroft Wilson - Isaac Rosenberg, poet and painter (1975)
Word and Image VI. Isaac Rosenberg 1890-1918 (National Book League, 1975)
- Jean Liddiard - Isaac Rosenberg; the Half Used Life (1975)
- J. Cohen - Journey to the Trenches: The Life of Isaac Rosenberg 1890-1918 (1975)
- Deborah Maccoby - God Made Blind: The Life and Work of Isaac Rosenberg (1999 Symposium Press; ISBN 1-900814-15-3)
- Harold Finch - The Tower Hamlets Connection - a Biographical Guide (Stepney Books ISBN 0-902385-25-9)
Six Poets of the Great War: Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon, Isaac Rosenberg, Richard Aldington, Edmund Blunden, Edward Thomas, Rupert Brooke and Many Others. (edited by Adrian Barlow) Cambridge University Press, 1995; ISBN 0-521-48569-X
Poets of the Great War: Wilfred Owen, Siegfried Sassoon, Isaac Rosenberg, Richard Aldington, Edmund Blunden, Edward Thomas, Rupert Brooke, and Many Others. (Naxos AudioBooks; ISBN 962-634-109-2)
- Isaac Rosenberg - Selected Poems and Letters ed. Jean Liddiard (Enitharmon, 2003)
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^ a b c d e Moorcroft Wilson, Jean (8 November 2003). "Visions from the trenches". The Guardian. Retrieved 1 April 2009. Isaac Rosenberg was one of the finest and most distinctive poets of the first world war.
^ Sewell, Brian (25 April 2008). "Who was Isaac Rosenberg?". This is London. Retrieved 1 April 2009.
^ "Rosenberg, Isaac - Private, 1st Bn., King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)". Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Retrieved 1 April 2009. Son of Barnet and Annie Rosenberg, of 87, Dempsey St., Stepney, London. Born at Bristol. Some critics of the time considered Rosenberg the best of the war poets after Wilfred Owen.
^ "Portrait NPG 4129 - Isaac Rosenberg". National Portrait Gallery. Retrieved 1 April 2009.
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