10 August 2008

Plath Profiles Volume 1 Online now!!

Plath Profiles is now online!

Contents:

Editor's Note by W. K. Buckley

Introduction to the Sylvia Plath 75th Year Symposium by Barabara Mossberg

The Holiday Card by Helen Decker

Sylvia Plath: The Playfulness of Time by Gail Crowther

Too Close, Too Far: Death and Rebirth in Sylvia Plath's Ariel and Forough Farrokhzad's Another Birth by Leyli Jamali

Daddy, Daddy/Mammy, Mammy: Sylvia Plath and Thomas Kinsella by Andrew Browne

Parallel Destinies in The Bell Jar and On the Road by Hilary Holladay

Sylvia Plath’s “The Magic Mirror”: A Jungian Alchemical Reading by Nephie Christodoulides

Sylvia Plath’s Mirrors Reflecting Various Guises of Self by Dr.Neslihan Ekmekçioglu

The Origins of Creativity and Destructiveness in the Life and Work of Sylvia Plath by Nick Owen

An “I” Elated: The Ecstatic Self as Creative Process and Product in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath by Anna Dillon

Words as Axes: Suffering as Catalyst of Meaning in Sylvia Plath’s Poetry by Elena Ciobanu

“Just Like the Sort of Drug a Man Would Invent”: The Bell Jar and the Feminist Critique of Women’s Health Care by Luke Ferretter

Is there a shaman in Sylvia? Sylvia’s redemptive Imagination by Ananya Ghoshal

Alice in Cambridge: Sylvia Plath, Little Girls Lost, and “Stone Boy with Dolphin” by Jessica Hritz McCort

History, Politics, and Progress: Sylvia Plath’s Hidden Narrative by Patrick O’Connor

Sylvia Plath’s “Mirror” translated in Hindi by Smita Agarwal

Herb Caen Urges Lady Lazarus to Delete an Obscenity from “Daddy” by David Alpaugh

eclipse by Christi Concus

To the Critics by Gwynne Garfinkle

Sylvia's Bells by W. K. Buckley

Have You Heard The News? by W. K. Buckley

Introduction to Elisabeth Gray's "Wish I Had a Sylvia Plath" by Barbara Mossberg

Sylvia Plath Poems in Painting by Kristina Zimbakova

From Bell Jar to Nets: A Personal Journey by Amanda Robins

Sylvia Plath: Poetry and Suicide by Jennifer Yaros

Review of The Unraveling Archive: essays on Sylvia Plath, edited by Anita Helle by Luke Ferretter

Review of Eye Rhymes: Sylvia Plath’s Art of the Visual, edited by Kathleen Connors and Sally Bayley by Luke Ferretter

"I should be loving this": Sylvia Plath's "The Perfect Place" and The Bell Jar by Peter K. Steinberg

From Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy” to Myself and Back Again by Glenn Sheldon

“The child’s cry/ Melts in the wall”: Frieda Hughes and a Contemporary Reading of Sylvia Plath by Kara Kilfoil

Sister Seer and Scribe: Teaching Wanda Coleman's and Elizabeth Alexander's Poetic Conversations with Sylvia Plath by Malin Pereira

4 comments :

JBD said...

Congrats!

P.Viktor said...

Congratulations on getting this out - I can't wait to sink my teeth into it.

Peter K Steinberg said...

jbd - Thanks!

P.Viktor - Thanks! I knew you were a vampire!

Melanie Smith said...

I am incredibly excited by this Peter... off to read. How fantastic. Thank you!

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