There are about four limited edition broadsides of Sylvia Plath's work. If you buy any and want it framed, please spend the money to have archival quality materials used that will not damage the item.
- Ariel and Morning Song - 1971
- Among the Narcissi - 1971 - Ashington, Northumberland: MidNAG [Mid-Northumberland Arts Group], n.d., 16.5 x 23.5 inches, 300 copies
- Child - London Underground - Poems on the Underground- 1992
- Pigeon Post - Small broadside of a previously unpublished poem by Plath. No copies were offered for sale. 1993. (3 copies on WorldCat)
Among the Narcissi is a lovely poem, and an even lovelier broadside. Currently, there are two copies of Among the Narcissi for sale via abebooks.com. It is an extremely lovely work (see picture).
Ariel and Morning Song is quite rare; In the last ten years, I have seen only one copy for sale. There are no records in WorldCat that suggest any libraries hold it. The broadside is dark, the poems barely readable, and the image on it is of a woman curled into a fetal position.
Any rider of the London Underground should be familiar with their series Poems on the Underground. According to WorldCat, they released a limited number of Plath's poem "Child" for sale. This broadside is wider than it is tall and features the London Underground symbol and the poem only. It is a fine poem to read whilst on the underground.
Pigeon Post was new to me. The University of Chicago, Princeton University and Cambridge University all list that they hold this work. It would be very nice to see this, and also to read this unpublished poem. If anyone knows when Plath wrote, please post to the comments.