14 March 2012

Sylvia Plath's soup cake, and other things

A few things of interest to pass along today:

  • Over on The Gay Wife, the gay wife made "Sylvia Plath's 'Tomato Soup Cake'."
  • Call for Papers: The Ted Hughes Society Conference, Pembroke College, Cambridge University, 14th-15th September 2012

    The Conference will include David Morley and other Guest Speakers.

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Ecopoetics, Manuscripts / Archives / Special Collections, Collaboration, Works for Children, Nature, The Media, Sylvia Plath, The Goddess, Myth, The Classics, and Translation

    When you submit, please include a summary of your affiliations, research and research interests. We are seeking to publish conference proceedings in the form of a book. The deadline for the submission of abstracts is 30th April 2012. Email: thetedhughessociety@gmail.com
  • And, remember, too, please, that there will be a Sylvia Plath Symposium in October at the Indiana University, Bloomington.


The Gay Wife said...

Thanks for posting a link to my site Peter! Hope the wife has a go at baking this for you :0)

Jess McCort said...

I don't know about Tomato Soup Cake;). That just doesn't sound appetizing.

Anonymous said...

i made that cake back in the year 2004 when i found its recipe on an old number of the Readerville magazine. I made it as i was damn curious to taste the same flavour Sylvia tasted many many years before...and...i must admit it..well no..the cake, as Jess himself was right saying, is in fact not that appetizing. it tastes really bizarre. but at least my curiosity was fed ;)

from that day i prefer to keep on reading Sylvia..not making her ;)


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