05 July 2011
Plath Profiles 4 Online NOW!!!!!!!!!!!
Editor's Note by W. K. Buckley
Sylvia Plath in Belfast by Gerald Dawe
"I am, in my deep soul, happiest on the Moors": The Impact of Dealing with the World Beyond the Shores of the United States in the Life and Work of Sylvia Plath by Maeve O'Brien
Dreaming Houses and Stilled Suburbs: Sylvia Plath and the American Ranch Home by Liz Spies
The 'Dead Mother' Effect on a Daughter by Susan E. Schwartz
Red Earth, Motherly Blood: Articulating Sylvia Plath's Anxieties of Motherhood by Jemma L. King
"Fever 103": The Fall of Man; the Rise of Woman by Julia Gordon-Bramer
Sylvia Plath: The Woman Who Gave Up Her Voice by Bradley Shewaga
To See What She Saw: The Influence of Sylvia Plath by Jamie Jost
These Ghostly Archives 3 by Gail Crowther & Peter K. Steinberg
Plath and Place: Essays, Poems, and Artwork
Edited by Gail Crowther
Plath and Place: Introduction by Gail Crowther
Poet on the Edge of the Sea by Ronald Hayman
Plath on Place: Winthrop
A Perfectly Beautiful Time: Sylvia Plath at Camp Helen Storrow by Peter K. Steinberg
Plath on Place: Lookout Farm
On the Road with Sylvia and Ted: Plath and Hughes's 1959 Trip Across America by David Trinidad
Plath on Place: Wellesley
The Best Resurrections: Letter from Yaddo by Anna Journey
Plath on Place: Yaddo
"The Wild Beauty I Found There": Plath's Connemara by Gail Crowther
Plath on Place: Connemara
Private Ground by Jennifer Yaros
Plath on Place: North Tawton
Mr & Mrs Hughes, Camping by Christine Walde
Plath on Place: Public Garden, Boston
Heptonstall by P. H. Davies
Plath on Place: Haworth
Stubbing Wharf (without the 'e') by Jemma L. King
Plath on Place: Hebden Bridge
Two Poems by Morney Wilson
Plath on Place: Chalcot Square
Two Poems by David Trinidad
Plath on Place: Court Green
Those Places We Dwelled In by Kathleen Aponick
Plath on Place: Court Green
Troublous Wringing of Hands (Ocean) and Out of the Shoe and into the Cauldron by Kristina Zimbakova
Teaching Sylvia Plath: An Avenue from the Personal to the Collective by Kimberly Mahler
Defamiliarization in the Domestic Poetry of Sylvia Plath by Lauren Zane
Taking on a Mourning Her Mother Never Bothered With: Esther's Anguished Memory and Her Resistance to a Domestic Life in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar by Lauren Ashley Benard
Plath: Poetry as a Journey, not a Form of Shamnism by Stephanie Ford
Johnny Panic: A Journey to the Bog of Madness by Jennifer Dobson
Riding Horseback with Sylvia Plath by Lyn Lifshin
Two Poems by Morney Wilson
Which Orphan Will Be Mannerly at the Table? by Andrea Watson
The Light of the Mind, Cold and Planetary by Jennifer Juneau
Three Poems by Hafizah Geter
For Sylvia by Cheryl Diane Kidder
Two Poems by Diann Blakely
Coiled by Juliet Cook
Mowing After Reading Sylvia Plath by Chrisi Concus
Ruin by Jennifer Yaros
From Sylvia to Me by Jeanne Fielder
You Sylvia (in Serbian and English) by Duska Vrhovac
"The Applicant" into Portuguese by Maria Rita Drummond Viana
"Winter Trees" into Hindi by Smita Agarwal
Lady Lazarus by Linda Kosciewicz-Fleming
The Lilly Library: Photographing Plath by Vanessa Hurley
Reading Plath at Nineteen by Nancy Freeman
Briefly Noted by Amanda Golden
Hughes Reviews by Gillian Groszewski
Review of the British Library's The Spoken Word: Sylvia Plath and The Spoken Word: Ted Hughes: Poems and Short Stories by Carol Bere
Review of Luke Ferretter's Sylvia Plath's Fiction: A Critical Study by Amanda Golden
Review of Heather Clark's The Grief of Influence: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes by Amanda Golden
Wish I Had More Theater Like This by Nina Solomita
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Publications & Acknowledgements
- BBC Four.A Poet's Guide to Britain: Sylvia Plath. London: BBC Four, 2009. (Acknowledged in)
- Biography: Sylvia Plath. New York: A & E Television Networks, 2005. (Photographs used)
- Connell, Elaine. Sylvia Plath: Killing the angel in the house. 2d ed. Hebden Bridge: Pennine Pens, 1998. (Acknowledged in)
- Crowther, Gail and Peter K. Steinberg. "These Ghostly Archives." Plath Profiles 2. Summer 2009: 183-208.
- Crowther, Gail and Peter K. Steinberg. "These Ghostly Archives, Redux." Plath Profiles 3. Summer 2010: 232-246.
- Crowther, Gail and Peter K. Steinberg. "These Ghostly Archives 3." Plath Profiles 4. Summer 2011: 119-138.
- Crowther, Gail and Peter K. Steinberg. "These Ghostly Archives 4: Looking for New England." Plath Profiles 5. Summer 2012: 11-56.
- Crowther, Gail and Peter K. Steinberg. "These Ghostly Archives 5: Reanimating the Past." Plath Profiles 6. Summer 2013: 27-62.
- Death Be Not Proud: The Graves of Poets. New York: Poets.org. (Photographs used)
- Doel, Irralie, Lena Friesen and Peter K. Steinberg. "An Unacknowledged Publication by Sylvia Plath." Notes & Queries 56:3. September 2009: 428-430.
- Elements of Literature, Third Course. Austin, Tex. : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2009. (Photograph used)
- Helle, Anita. "Lessons from the Archive: Sylvia Plath and the Politics of Memory". Feminist Studies 31:3. Fall 2005: 631-652.. (Acknowledged in)
- Helle, Anita Plath. The Unraveling Archive: Essays on Sylvia Plath. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2007. (Photographs used, acknowledged in)
- Holden, Constance. "Sad Poets' Society." Science Magazine. 27 July 2008. (Photograph used)
- Making Trouble: Three Generations of Funny Jewish Women, Motion Picture. Directed by Rachel Talbot. Brookline (Mass.): Jewish Women's Archive, 2007. (Photograph used)
- Plath, Sylvia, and Karen V. Kukil. 2000. The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath, 1950-1962. New York: Anchor Books. (Acknowledged in)
- Gill, Jo. "Sylvia Plath in the South West." University of Exeter Centre for South West Writing, 2008. (Photograph used)
- Reiff, Raychel Haugrud. Sylvia Plath: The Bell Jar and Poems (Writers and Their Works). Marshall Cavendish Children's Books, 2008.. (Images provided)
- Plath, Sylvia. Glassklokken. Oslo: De norske Bokklubbene, 2004. (Photograph used on cover)
- Steinberg, Peter K. Sylvia Plath (Great Writers). Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, 2004.
- Steinberg, Peter K. "'I Should Be Loving This': Sylvia Plath's 'The Perfect Place' and The Bell Jar." Plath Profiles 1. Summer 2008: 253-262.
- Steinberg, Peter K. "'They Had to Call and Call': The Search for Sylvia Plath." Plath Profiles 3. Summer 2010: 106-132.
- Steinberg, Peter K. "Sylvia Plath." The Spoken Word: Sylvia Plath. London: British Library, 2010.
- Steinberg, Peter K. "This is a Celebration: A Festschrift for The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath." Plath Profiles 3 Supplement. Fall 2010: 3-14.
- Steinberg, Peter K. "Proof of Plath." Fine Books & Collections 9:2. Spring 2011: 11-12.
- Steinberg, Peter K. "A Perfectly Beautiful Time: Sylvia Plath at Camp Helen Storrow." Plath Profiles 4. Summer 2011: 149-166.
- Steinberg, Peter K. "Textual Variations in The Bell Jar Publications." Plath Profiles 5. Summer 2012.
- "Banking on his passion for Plath" by Melissa Davis Haller. UMW Today. Spring 2005.
- "Sylvia Plath's Three Women to be staged in London" by Alison Flood. The Guardian. 3 December 2008.
- "FBI files on Sylvia Plath's father shed new light on poet" by Dalya Alberge. The Guardian. 17 August 2012.
- "There Are Almost No Obituaries for Sylvia Plath" by Ashley Fetters. The Atlantic. 11 February 2013.