So, I am well aware this blog has been largely neglected over the past few months. You may have noticed in the last couple of days I have begun posting again. This is here to stay!
I’m at Law School and in the middle of my finals at the moment so it won’t fully go back to normal for a few weeks, but I will make an effort to continue bringing the Sylvia Plath into your lives on a more regular basis.
Thanks for those of you who have stuck with me thus far. It’s been greatly appreciated.
Reported essay: poets discuss the importance of broadening Sylvia Plath’s legacy, on the 50th anniversary of her suicide. They seek to emphasize her craft and work, not her biography. Includes a discussion of Elizabeth Winder’s new book on Plath’s 1953 summer in New York, “Pain, Parties, Work.”