Texts: The standard scholarly edition of the Hebrew Bible is Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, abbreviated BHS, also available in Large and Paperback formats. A facsimile edition of the Leningrad Codex (the manuscript upon which BHS is largely based) is also available. If you prefer to have an English translation on the the facing page, JPS offers several versions of their translation of the Tanakh. For extra-biblical material, several excellent sources are Gogel's grammar and Inscriptifact, mentioned above. Photographs of The Great Isaiah Scroll from Qumran can be seen here. There are many Hebrew editions of the Mikraot Gedolot (Bible with medieval Hebrew commentaries), Mishnah and other ancient Jewish literature which can be purchased fairly inexpensively from online Jewish book dealers such as http://www.mysefer.com, and http://www.nehora.com.
Miscellaneous Resources: Here is a bibliography that lists almost every work on BH grammar and Ugaritic written in the last century: BH-Ugaritic.pdf For a discussion of the history of the text of the Bible, see Emanuel Tov's book Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible. For books on the stylistics of Hebrew Poetry, see:
Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew: This is a list of books and articles that are useful to linguists interested in a certain aspect of Biblical Hebrew, or looking for data. See also my Linguistics page. The Journal of Semitic Studies (JSS) is an excellent academic journal that deals with the Semitic languages in detail. Many of its articles deal with the linguistics of Biblical Hebrew. The Journal of Biblical Literature (JBL) is dedicated to the Bible, and occasionally has a linguistics related article on Biblical Hebrew or Aramaic. It is published by the Society of Biblical Literature, of which I am a member. SBL also publishes many books that deal with Biblical Hebrew. Vetus Testamentum is another journal that has many articles on Biblical Hebrew. Here is an interesting article that has a new proposal (from Hetzron) for the etymology of the nota accusatvi. Against Unidirectionality.pdf. (see pp. 7-8).
Jeff Berry 2008-04-29