Chronology of Sylvia Plath periodical publications


This is fairly complete, but possibly not totally complete, list of periodical publications of Sylvia Plath's work. There are likely Plath publications no one has yet found. The types of works included in this list are poems, short stories, articles, essays, letters, and book reviews. There are several works in the list that are not in any other Plath bibliography.

There are five published bibliographies for Plath's work:
Sylvia Plath: A reference guide, 1973-1988 by Sheryl Meyering (1990)
Sylvia Plath: An analytical bibliography by Stephen Tabor (1987)
Sylvia Plath: A bibliography by Gary Lane and Maria Stevens (1978)
Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton: A reference guide by Cameron Northouse and Thomas P. Walsh (1974)
A chronological checklist of the periodical publications of Sylvia Plath by Eric Homberger (1970)

Information is as complete an accurate as possible; please excuse any errors! The standard format I used is:
"Work title. Periodical name. Date: Page number." Please email me any corrections or additions. Thank you.

Visit the periodical thumbnail gallery page to see covers of magazines in which Plath's work appeared.



1940s

8 Year old poet. The Boston Herald. August 10, 1941: B-8.

The Spring Parade. The Phillipian. April 1945: 16.

March. The Phillipian. April 1945: 19.

The Rain. The Phillipian. June 1945: 20.

My Garden. The Phillipian. November 1945: 7.

A Winter Sunset. The Phillipian. February 1946: 6.

The Snowflake Star. The Phillipian. February 1946: 9.

Spring Song. The Phillipian. April 1946: 13.

The Pond in Spring. The Phillipian. June 1946: 26.

To Miss Cox. The Phillipian. November 1946: 3.

October. The Phillipian. November 1946: 4.

[A short report on the book lovers and recreational reading club] The Phillipian. November 1946: 14.

A Morning in the Agora. The Phillipian. February 1947: 5.

Fireside Reveries. The Phillipian. February 1947: 7.

Book Lovers - Miss Craig. The Phillipian. February 1947: 18.

Sea Symphony. The Phillipian. April 1947: 5.

Victory. The Phillipian. April 1947: 6.

Class Poem. The Phillipian. June 1947: 11.

May. The Phillipian. June 1947: 26.

The Atomic Threat. The Bradford. April 26, 1948: 1.

Sea Symphony. Student Life. March 1949: 31.

High School Highlights. Townsman. September 15, 1949: 3.

Question. The Bradford. October 27, 1949: 2.

White Phlox. The Bradford. October 27, 1949. (?)

When I'm a Parent [no byline]. Seventeen. November 1949: 77

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1950s

Youth's Plea for World Peace. The Christian Science Monitor. March 16, 1950: 19.

Complaint. The Bradford. March 24, 1950: 3.

Family Reunion. The Bradford. April 29, 1950: 2.

The Farewell. The Bradford. April 29, 1950: 2.

And Summer Will Not Come Again. Seventeen. August 1950: 191, 275-6.

Bitter Strawberries. The Christian Science Monitor. August 11, 1950: 17.

Rewards of a New England Summer. The Christian Science Monitor. September 12, 1950: 15.

Ode to a Bitten Plum. Seventeen. November 1950: 104.

Evolution. Experiment Magazine. December 1950: 8.

[Excerpts from a letter to Olive Higgins Prouty, 29 November 1950.] Smith Alumnae Quarterly. February 1951: 77.

Den of Lions. Seventeen. May 1951: 127, 144-5.

In retrospect: A plea for moderation. The Princeton Tiger. May 5, 1951: 14-15.

As a Baby-Sitter Sees It. The Christian Science Monitor. November 6, 1951: 19.

As a Baby-Sitter Sees It [part II]. The Christian Science Monitor. November 7, 1951: 21.

Universal Faith Has the Answer, Dr. Niebuhr Says. Springfield Union. February 5, 1952: 21.

'Crisis' Is Topic of Dr. Niebuhr In Northampton. Springfield Union. February 6, 1952: 21.

'Heresy Hunts' Menace Liberty: Struik Claims. Springfield Union. March 4, 1952: 2.

Ogden Nash's Rhyming Knack Makes Up for His Talent Lack. Springfield Union. April 30, 1952: 30.

Sunday at the Mintons'. Mademoiselle. August 1952: 255, 371-8.

White Phlox. The Christian Science Monitor. August 27, 1952: 12.

Riverside Reverie. The Christian Science Monitor. September 9, 1952: 8.

Sunday at the Mintons'. Smith Review. Fall 1952: 3-9.

Twelfth Night. Seventeen. October 1952: 75.

The Perfect Set-Up. Seventeen. December 1952: 76, 100-4.

Initiation. Seventeen. January 1953: 64-5, 92-4.

The Suitcases are Packed Again. Seventeen. March 1953: 91.

Mad Girl's Love Song, To Eva Descending the Stair, and Doomsday. Smith Review. Spring 1953: 13, 22.

Carnival Nocturne. Seventeen. April 1953: 127.

Laughton holds audience spellbound with readings. Daily Hampshire Gazette. May 6, 1953: 3.

Smith College Play Delights 'Hamp Audience. Springfield Union. May 15, 1953: 31.

Austrian-born Junior enlists in Women's Marine Corps, 'Can't wait to get there'. Daily Hampshire Gazette. May 16, 1953: 2.

Many Area Students Are Among the 464 Who Will Get Smith Degrees on June 8. Daily Hampshire Gazette May 20, 1953: 8.

Shale that is 400,000,000 Years Old at Smith Lab. Daily Hamshire Gazette. April-June 1953.

Mlle's Last Word on College, '53, Elizabeth Bowen and Sylvia, Poets on Campus, and Mad Girl's Love Song. Mademoiselle. August 1953: 235, 282, 290-1, 358.

Smith Review Revived. Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Fall 1953: 26.

Doomsday. Harper's Magazine. May 1954: 29.

Admonition, Never try to know more than you should, Verbal Calisthenics, and Denouement. Smith Review. Spring 1954: 3, 17, 23.

In the Mountains and Circus in Three Rings. Smith Review. Fall 1954: 2-5, 18.

The Neilson Professor. Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Fall 1954: 12.

To Eva Descending the Stair. Harper's Magazine. September 1954: 63.

Go Get the Goodly Squab. Harper's Magazine. November 1954: 47.

Dialogue en Route. Smith Review. January 1955: 12-13.

Danse Macabre and Superman and Paula Brown's New Snowsuit. Smith Review. Spring 1955: 12, 19-21.

April Aubade. The Christian Science Monitor. April 18, 1955: 2.

Circus in Three Rings. Atlantic Monthly. August 1955: 68.

Two Lovers and a Beachcomber by the Real Sea. Mademoiselle. August 1955: 52, 62.

Temper of Time. Nation. August 6, 1955: 119.

Lament. New Orleans Poetry Journal. October 1955: 19.

Epitaph in Three Parts and 'Three Caryatids Without a Portico' by Hugh Robus. A Study in Sculptural Dimensions. Chequer 9. Winter 1956: 2, 3.

Leaves from a Cambridge Notebook. The Christian Science Monitor. March 5, 1956: 17.

Leaves from a Cambridge Notebook [part II]. The Christian Science Monitor. March 6, 1956: 15.

Prologue to Spring and Second Winter. Sophian. April 10, 1956: 2.

An American in Paris. Varsity. April 21, 1956: 6, 7.

Smith College in Retrospect. Varsity. May 12, 1956: 6, 7.

Cambridge Letter. Isis. May 16, 1956: 9.

Sylvia Plath Tours the Stores and Forecasts May Week Fashions. Varsity. May 26, 1956: 6, 7.

Winter Words. Delta. Summer 1956: p 5-6.

Prologue to Spring. Chequer. Summer 1956: 13.

B. and K. and the Claridge. Smith Alumnae Quarterly. Fall 1956: 16-17.

The Day Mr. Prescott Died. Granta. October 20, 1956: 20-3.

Apotheosis and Second Winter. Lyric. Winter 1956: 10-11.

Epitaph for Fire and Flower, On the Difficulty of Conjuring up a Dryad, Miss Drake Proceeds to Supper, and November Graveyard. Chequer. Winter 1956-7: 3, 4, 6, 10.

Sketchbook of a Spanish Summer. The Christian Science Monitor. November 5, 1956: 15.

Sketchbook of a Spanish Summer [part II]. The Christian Science Monitor. November 6, 1956: 19.

Ella Mason and Her Eleven Cats. Granta. November 10, 1956: 25.

Wreath for a Bridal, Dream with Clam-Digger, Strumpet Song, Metamorphosis, Two Sisters of Persephone, and Epitaph for Fire and Flower. Poetry. January 1957: 231-7.

Pursuit. Atlantic Monthly. January 1957: 65.

The Wishing Box. Granta. January 26, 1957: 3-5.

Resolve, Two Lovers and a Beachcomber by the Real Sea, and Dream with Clam-Digger. Granta. March 9, 1957: 15.

Spinster and Vanity Fair. Gemini. Spring 1957: 6-8.

Mad Girl's Love Song and Soliloquy of the Solipsist. Granta. May 4, 1957: 19.

Black Rook in Rainy Weather. Granta. May 18, 1957: 9.

Black Rook in Rainy Weather. Antioch Review. June 1957: 232-3.

On the Plethora of Dryads. New Mexico Quarterly. Autumn 1957: 211-12.

All the Dead Dears and a Review of Stones of Troy by C.A. Trypanis. Gemini. Summer 1957: 53-9, 98-103.

The Snowman on the Moor, Sow, Ella Mason and Her Eleven Cats, and On the Difficulty of Conjuring up a Dryad. Poetry 90. July 1957: 229-36.

Recantation and Tinker Jack and the Tidy Wives. Accent. Autumn 1957: 247-8.

All the Dead Dears. Grecourt Review. November 1957: 36-7.

Hughes Depicts Cambridge Scene [interview]. Sophian. November 7, 1957: 3-4.

Spinster and Black Rook in Rainy Weather. London Magazine. June 1958: 46-8.

Spinster. Smith Alumnae Quarterly. June 1958: 71.

Mussel Hunter at Rock Harbor. The New Yorker. August 9, 1958: 22.

Beach Plum Season on Cape Cod. The Christian Science Monitor. August 14, 1958: 17.

Night Walk [Hardcastle Crags]. The New Yorker. October 11, 1958: 40.

Second Winter. Ladies Home Journal. December 1958: 143.

Cambridge Vistas. Institute of International Education New Bulletin. December 1958: 22-28.

The Times and Tidy and Four Young Poets [interview]. Mademoiselle. January 1959: 34-5, 85.

Frog Autumn. Nation. January 24, 1959: 74.

The Companionable Ills. Spectator. January 30, 1959: 163.

Main Street at Midnight [Owl]. Spectator. February 13, 1959: 227.

Snakecharmer, Lorelei, and The Disquieting Muses. London Magazine. March 1959: 33-6.

Whiteness I Remember. The Christian Science Monitor. March 5, 1959: 12.

Departure. Nation. March 7, 1959: 212.

Prologue to Spring. The Christian Science Monitor. March 23, 1959: 8.

Prologue to Spring. The Warrensburg News (N.Y.). April 2, 1959: 2.

Prologue to Spring. The Lethbridge Herald (Alberta, Canada). April 11, 1959: 4.

Yadwigha, on a Red Couch, Among Lilies. The Christian Science Monitor. March 26, 1959: 8.

Lorelei, Full Fathom Five, and The Hermit at Outermost House. Audience. Spring 1959: 33-6.

The Bull of Bendylaw. Horn Book Magazine. April 1959: 148.

Bathtub Battle Scene [Battle-Scene from the Comic Operatic Fantasy 'The Seafarer']. The Christian Science Monitor. April 25, 1959: 12.

Sculptor. Grecourt Review. May 1959: 282.

Above the Oxbow. The Christian Science Monitor. May 4, 1959: 8.

Kitchen of the Fig Tree. The Christian Science Monitor. May 5, 1959: 8.

A Walk to Withens. The Christian Science Monitor. June 6, 1959: 12.

Poem [Night Shift]. The Observer. June 14, 1959: 22.

Departure of the Ghost [The Ghost's Leavetaking] and Point Shirley. Sewanne Review 67. Summer 1959: 446-8.

Midsummer Mobile. The Christian Science Monitor. July 1, 1959: 8.

Fiesta Melons. The Christian Science Monitor. July 13, 1959: 8.

Song for a Summer's Day. The Christian Science Monitor. August 18, 1959: 8.

Southern Sunrise. The Christian Science Monitor. August 26, 1959: 8.

On the Decline of Oracles, The Death of Myth-Making, and A Lesson in Vengeance. Poetry. September 1959: 368-71.

I Want, I Want. Partisan Review. Fall 1959: 558.

Aftermath, The Goring, and Sculptor. Arts in Society. Fall 1959: 66-7.

In Midas' Country and The Thin People. London Magazine. October 1959: 11-13.

Mosaics--An Afternoon of Discovery. The Christian Science Monitor. October 12, 1959: 15.

Explorations lead to interesting discoveries. The Christian Science Monitor. October 19, 1959: 17.

Yaddo: The Grand Manor. The Christian Science Monitor. October 21, 1959: 8.

Magnolia Shoals. The Christian Science Monitor. October 26, 1959: 8.

Two Views of a Cadaver Room and The Hermit at Outermost House. Times Literary Supplement. November 6, 1959: 23, 29.

A Winter's Tale. The New Yorker. December 12, 1959: 116.

Dark Wood, Dark Water. The Christian Science Monitor. December 17, 1959: 12.

Memoirs of a Spinach-Picker. The Christian Science Monitor. December 29, 1959: 8.

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1960s

Two Views of a Cadaver Room. Nation. January 30, 1960: 107.

Man in Black. The New Yorker. April 9, 1960: 40.

The Daughters of Blossom Street. London Magazine. May 1960: 34-48.

The Beggars and The Eye-Mote. Chelsea Review. May 1960: 70-1.

Watercolor for Grantchester Meadow. The New Yorker. May 28, 1960: 30.

The Sleepers and Full Fathom Five. London Magazine. June 1960: 11-13.

The Manor Garden, The Beggars, and Blue Moles. Critical Quarterly 2. Summer 1960: 155-7.

Metaphors for a Pregnant Woman [Metaphors]. Partisan Review. Summer 1960: 435.

A Winter Ship. Atlantic Monthly. July 1960: 65.

Mushrooms. Harpers Magazine. July 1960: 25.

The Net Menders. The New Yorker. August 20, 1960: 36.

Ouija, Electra on Azalea Path, Suicide Off Egg Rock, and Moonrise. Hudson Review. Autumn 1960: 413-16.

The Beekeeper's Daughter and The Colossus. Kenyon Review. Autumn 1960: 595-6.

The Fifteen Dollar Eagle. Sewanee Review. Autumn 1960: 603-18.

The Manor Garden. Atlantic Monthly. September 1960: 52.

Flute Notes from a Reedy Pond. Texas Quarterly. Winter 1960: 120.

Candles. Listener. November 17, 1960: 877.

Medallion. Poetry 1960: An Appetiser. Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement, no. 1. 1960: 20.

The Fifty-Ninth Bear. London Magazine. February 1961: 11-20.

A Winter Ship. Encounter. February 1961: 23.

Magi. New Statesman. March 31, 1961: 514.

A Life. Listener. May 4, 1961: 776.

Morning Song. Observer. May 21, 1961: 25.

You're. Harper's Magazine. June 1961: 40.

Private Ground and I am Vertical. Critical Quarterly 3. Summer 1961: 140-1.

On Deck. The New Yorker. July 22, 1961: 32.

Words for a Nursery. Atlantic Monthly. August 1961: 66.

Zoo Keepers Wife, You're, Small Hours [Barren Woman], Parliament Hill Fields, Whitsun, and Leaving Early. London Magazine. August 1961: 5-10.

Witch Burning. Texas Quarterly. Autumn 1961: 84.

The Perfect Place. My Weekly. October 28, 1961: 3-7, 31.

General Jodpur's Conversion. New Statesman. November 10, 1961: 696, 698.

Mojave Desert [Sleep in the Mojave Desert]. The Observer. November 19, 1961: 28.

Insomniac. Handbook to the Cheltenham Festival of Literature. 1961.

Introduction. American poetry now. Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement, No. 2. 1961: 2.

The Rival. The Observer. January 21, 1962: 31.

Sleep in the Mojave Desert. Harper's Magazine. February 1962: 36.

In Plaster and Context. London Magazine. February 1962: 15-17-45-6.

Stars Over the Dordogne, Widow, Face Lift, Heavy Woman, and Love Letter. Poetry. March 1962: 346-51.

Wuthering Heights. New Statesman. March 16, 1962: 390.

The Colossus. Encounter. April 1962: 56.

Tulips. The New Yorker. April 7, 1962: 40.

Pair of Queens. New Statesman. April 27, 1962: 602-3.

Oblongs. New Statesman. May 18, 1962: 724.

Private Ground. Harper's Magazine. August 1962: 55.

Finisterre. The Observer. August 5, 1962: 14.

Blackberrying. The New Yorker. September 15, 1962: 48.

The Surgeon at 2 A.M. Listener. September 20, 1962: 428.

Crossing the Water. The Observer. September 23, 1962: 25.

Oregonian Original. New Statesman. November 9, 1962: 660.

Leaving Early. Harper's Magazine. December 1962: 82.

Suffering Angel. New Statesman. December 7, 1962: 828-9.

Event. The Observer. December 16, 1962: 21.

Parliament Hill Fields. English Poetry Now. Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement, No. 3. 1962: 10-11.

Stopped Dead and The Applicant. London Magazine. January 1963: 14-16.

Winter Trees. The Observer. January 13, 1963: 22.

Edge, The Fearful, Kindness, and Contusion. The Observer. February 17, 1963: 23.

A Birthday Present. Critical Quarterly 5. Spring 1963: 3-4.

The Bee Meeting, Stings, Cut, Letter in November, The Couriers, Mary's Song, and Years. London Magazine. April 1963: 24-32.

The Arrival of the Bee-Box and Wintering. Atlantic. April 1963: 70-1.

America! America! Punch. April 3, 1963: 482-4.

Child. New Statesman. May 3, 1963: 683.

Berck-Plage. London Magazine. June 1963: 26-31.

For a Fatherless Son. Critical Quarterly 5. Summer 1963: 115.

Fever 103°, Purdah, and Eavesdropper. Poetry. August 1963: 292-8.

Two Campers in Cloud Country, The Elm Speaks [Elm], Mystic, Amnesiac, Mirror, Among the Narcissi, and The Moon and the Yew Tree. The New Yorker. August 3, 1963: 28-9.

Ocean 1212-W. Listener. August 29, 1963: 312-13.

Daddy, Lady Lazarus, Fever 103°, Ariel, Poppies in October, Nick and the Candlestick, Brasilia, Mary's Song, and Lesbos. Review. October 1963: 4-19.

Death & Co., The Swarm, The Other, Getting There, Lady Lazarus, Little Fugue, Childless Woman, The Jailer, Thalidomide, and Daddy. Encounter. October 1963: 45-52.

Poppies in October. The Observer. October 6, 1963: 24.

The Horse [Ariel]. The Observer. November 3, 1963: 24.

The Wishing Box. Granta 75. February 15, 1964: 4-6.

The Munich Mannequins and Totem. New York Review of Books. February 20, 1964: 13.

The Wishing Box. Atlantic Monthly. October 1964: 86-9.

Daddy, Small Hours and In Plaster. New Poetry 1964. Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement, No. 5. 1964: 2-6.

The Rabbit Catcher. The Observer. February 7, 1965: 26.

November Graveyard. Mademoiselle. November 1965: 134.

The Bee Meeting and Lady Lazarus. American Poetry 1965. Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement, No. 6. 1965: 2-5.

Daddy, Lady Lazarus, The Moon and the Yew Tree, The Arrival of the Bee Box, The Swarm, Childless Woman, and Mary's Song. The New Poetry (Second, revised edition). 1966: 61-72.

An Appearance. Times Literary Supplement. January 20, 1966: 42.

Lesbos. New York Review of Books. May 12, 1966: 4-5.

The Death of Myth-Making, Sow, Watercolor for Grantchester Meadows, The Colossus, Mushrooms, Sculptor, In Plaster, Lesbos, Words for a Nursery, Nick and the Candlestick, Stings, Fever 103°, Cut, The Bee Meeting, Death & Co., Daddy, Lady Lazarus, and Words. TriQuarterly. Fall 1966: 11-38.

You're. New Poems 1966. Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement, No. 7: 1966: 13.

Danse Macabre, Admonition [Trio of Love Songs], Doomsday, Dialogue en Route, Circus in Three Rings, and Mad Girl's Love Song. Harvard Advocate. May 1967: 2, 3.

Eccentricity. Listener. May 9, 1968: 607.

Two Poems [Excerpt from "Three Women"]. Critical Quarterly. Autumn 1968: 213-214.

Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams. Atlantic Monthly. September 1968: 54-60.

[Extract from "Three Women: A Radio Play"]. Transatlantic Review. Winter 1968-1969: 51-52.

Street Song, Natural History, Resolve, Aerialist and [Facsimile note to Wendy]. Cambridge Review. February 7, 1969: 244-5, 253.

Complaint of the Crazed Queen [The Queen's Complaint], Battle-Scene From the Comic Operatic Fantasy The Seafarer, Dialogue en Route, Letter to a Purist, and Dream of the Hearse-Driver [The Dream]. Times Literary Supplement. July 31, 1969: 855.

[Extract from "Three Women: A Radio Play"]. Quarterly Review of Literature. 1969: 197-198.

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1970s

Heavy Woman and Mirror. Nova. May 1970: 37.

Two Campers in Cloud Country and On Deck. Critical Quarterly. Summer 1970: 149-50.

Lyonnesse. The Observer. May 10, 1970: 31.

Gigolo. The New Yorker. November 21, 1970: 54.

Widow, Insomniac, Candles, and Mirror. Poetry 1971. 1971: 5-9.

Last Words. New American Review. 1971: 232.

The Babysitters, Pheasant, The Courage of Shutting-Up, Apprehensions, For a Fatherless Son, and By Candlelight. The New Yorker. March 6, 1971: 36-7.

Stillborn. New Statesman. March 19, 1971: 384.

What I found out about Buddy Willard [extract from The Bell Jar]. McCall's. April 1971: 86-87.

The Tour. Times Literary Supplement. May 28, 1971: 610.

Candles, Sleep in the Mojave Desert, Crossing the Water, Wuthering Heights, Insomniac, Mirror, In Plaster, Last Words, and An Appearance. Critical Quarterly. Summer 1971: 165-72.

The Courage of Shutting-Up, For a Fatherless Son, By Candlelight, and Gigolo. London Magazine. August-September 1971: 41-46.

What I learned about Buddy Willard [extract from The Bell Jar]. Cosmopolitan. September 1971: 188-191.

Crossing the Water, Lady Lazarus, and Edge. Intellectual Digest. November 1971: 95.

Stopped Dead and Winter Trees. Mademoiselle. March 1972: 30.

Three Women: A Poem for Three Voices. Ms. Spring 1972: 85-88.

The Mother's Union [Mothers]. McCall's. October 1972: 81, 126, 128, 130, 142.

Metamorphosis. Poetry. October 1972: 25.

Mirror, Widow, Insomniac, Candles. Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement, No. 12: 1972: 5-9.

Morning Song. Redbook. January 1973: 76.

The Day Mr. Prescott Died. Spare Rib. June 1973: 36-8.

Ode to a Bitten Plum. Seventeen. January 1974: 136.

For a Fatherless Son and Lady Lazarus. Dialogue 7:1. 1974: 84-85.

Day of Success. Bananas. 1975: 11-13.

I Thought That I Could Not Be Hurt, Burning the Letters, Waking in Winter. Bananas. Summer 1975: 25.

Sylvia Plath on her love and marriage [exerpts from Letters Home. Mademoiselle. July 1975: 82-7, 124, 127.

Letters from Sylvia. Smith Alumnae Quarterly. February 1976: 3-10.

The Bed Book. Woman's Day. October 1976: 98-99.

The Bed Book. Cricket. December 1976: 32-38.

[Extracts from the Cambridge Journals]. Mars. 1977: 19-24.

The Novelist and the Poet [A Comparison]. Listener. July 7, 1977: 26.

Superman and Paula Brown's New Snowsuit. Harper's and Queen. October 1977: 222-228.

Among the Bumblebees. Bananas. Autumn 1978: 14-15.

Nine Letters to Lynne Lawner. Antaeus 28. Winter 1978: 31-51.

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1980s

Waking in Winter and Perseus: The Triumph of Wit Over Suffering. New York Times Book Review. August 2, 1981: 7.

Moonsong at morning, Epitaph in three parts, Insolent storm strikes at the skull, Winter words, and Ice age. Envoy. 1981-1982: 1-5.

Letter to a Demon. The New York Times. April 18, 1982: E-21.

Paradise Pond. Grand Street 1. Winter 1982: 63-69.

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2000s

Sylvia's Story. The Guardian. March 18, 2000: 11-20.

The Sylvia Plath Diaries: He is a genius I his wife.... The Guardian. March 20, 2000: 3-5.

The Sylvia Plath Diaries: All about my mother. The Guardian. March 21, 2000: 6-7.

Sylvia Plath and Dorothea Krook: The pupil / tutor relationship. The London Magazine. August - September 2003: 24-31.

Ennui. Blackbird. Fall 2006.

A Comparison. Brick. Winter 2006: 140-141.

Mirror. Court Green 5. 2008: 184.

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