See also: 14th century in poetry, 13th century in literature, 15th century in literature, list of years in literature.
- c.1330 - Production of the Macclesfield Psalter.
- 1331 - Production of the Nuremberg Mahzor.
- 1377 - Production of the earliest known copy of the Laurentian Codex.
- 1382 - Earliest recorded appearance of Wyclif's Bible.
- 1390 - Production of the Book of Ballymote.
- 1390s - Production of the Yellow Book of Lecan.
- 1397 - Kiev Psalter of 1397
- ca. 1300
- Book of Taliesin - Taliesin, (c. 534 – c. 599), a Brythonic poet of Sub-Roman Britain whose work has survived in a Middle Welsh manuscript, c. early 14th century, the Book of Taliesin. Taliesin was a renowned bard who is believed to have sung at the courts of at least three Celtic British kings.
- Gesta Romanorum, anon.
- Marguerite Porete - The Mirror of Simple Souls
- ca. 1320-1330
- Jacob of Liège – Speculum musicae
- Robert of Basevorn - The Form of Preaching (date of first known MS)
- ca. 1330-1340 - Perceforest
- ca. 1350
- The Tale of Gamelyn (anonymous)
- ca. 1352
- Wynnere and Wastoure (anonymous)
- 1304 - Francesco Petrarca, later known as Petrarch.
- 1313 - Giovanni Boccaccio.
- 1320 - Lalleshwari, Hindu poet
- 1343 - Geoffrey Chaucer.
- 1306 - Adam de la Halle
- 1316 (probable) - Ramon Llull
- September 14, 1321 - Dante Alighieri
- 1364 - Ranulf Higden, chronicler
- July 18, 1374 - Petrarch
- December 21, 1375 - Giovanni Boccaccio
- April, 1377 - Guillaume de Machaut
- 1392 - Lalleshwari
- 1395 - John Barbour
- October 25, 1400 - Geoffrey Chaucer
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