I was lucky enough to be asked to review Hypoxia, released today, by One Little Indian Records. An albumm of great emotional depth, it isn’t one to disappoint-and, being inspired by The Bell Jar (click… View Post

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:… View Post

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… View Post

Mark Blake is an English music journalist, who wrote the book Is This The Real Life?, which I really enjoyed. Here, you can read what Mark has to say: Hello Mark, thank you for agreeing to this… View Post

After reading As We Remember Her, by Carl Anthony, I thought that I would like to interview him. The book-written about the life of Jacqueline Kennedy-is one of the most perceptive books about her. Now, you can… View Post