Interview: Gail Crowther on her new book.

Gail Crowther is an excellent Sylvia Plath scholar; today, she has a new book out: Sylvia Plath And The Haunted Reader. She took some time out to chat to me about Plath, her new book, and more. Hello Gail, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Hi, my pleasure. Your new book, The Haunted Reader and Sylvia … Continue reading Interview: Gail Crowther on her new book.

Interview; Carl Rollyson, Sylvia Plath scholar.

I was recently reading American Isis-a book about Sylvia Plath-by Carl Rollyson. For any Plath fan, this is a great read, addictive, etc. From a more journalistic perspective-to use the term very loosely-I wanted to ask Carl several questions; here, he answers. Hello Carl, thank you for agreeing to this interview. How did your book, American … Continue reading Interview; Carl Rollyson, Sylvia Plath scholar.

Interview: Gail Crowther, Sylvia Plath scholar, writer, and Feminist.

Dr Gail Crowther is a writer, academic, and researcher, specializing in Sylvia Plath, feminism, and other subjects. She has also co-authored the book Sylvia Plath in Devon (Click here to buy.) Here, we were lucky enough to interview Gail: Hello Gail, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Hi Lydia, you’re welcome, thanks very much … Continue reading Interview: Gail Crowther, Sylvia Plath scholar, writer, and Feminist.

Interview; Peter.K. Steinberg, Sylvia Plath Scholar, Researcher, and Blogger.

Peter.K. Steinberg  is a Sylvia Plath scholar, who runs two online resources, and is currently co-writing a Plath letters collection with Karen Kukil. Here, you can read what he has to say about Sylvia Plath: Hello Peter, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Hello Lydia, it's my pleasure! Thank you for asking me to … Continue reading Interview; Peter.K. Steinberg, Sylvia Plath Scholar, Researcher, and Blogger.

Interview; Elizabeth Winder, Sylvia Plath biographer, and author of Pain, Parties, Work.

Elizabeth Winder is my favorite author, who wrote Pain Parties Work; Sylvia Plath in New York, Summer 1953. And luckily, she agreed to an interview-all with the help of Twitter. But was Sylvia really ' flattened out into the grey image of a depressed woman', as to quote? You can buy the book by clicking here. Here, you … Continue reading Interview; Elizabeth Winder, Sylvia Plath biographer, and author of Pain, Parties, Work.