Are there any annotated editions of Kipling's poetry or fiction?

Kipling uses some words unfamiliar to a modern American reader, and fills his poetry with historical references and allusions that might have been quite familiar to his contemporary readers but are baffling to me. Is there such thing as an annotated edition of his works?

I haven’t found one yet. I usually do an annotations handout for my students when we study his poetry.

Some of the material here may be of interest to you.

Good site, but it doesn’t cover his poetry. (Poetry collections are listed on “The main works” page but only as dead links.)

I can’t remember where I got my (at least partially) annotated collection, but this site has the same annotations for “The 'Eathen,” “Oonts” and “The Mother-Lodge”—so you may find what you’re looking for there.

If you have any questions, ask away - I’m not an expert, but I might be able to help out with some of them.

Same here. That’s why I write my own annotation sheets.