Dorka Tamás has completed her PhD at the University of Exeter. Her thesis explores the supernatural in Sylvia Plath’s poetry by employing the theoretical framework of the early modern witch-hunt. Her research interest includes literary representations of magic and witchcraft and the relationship between the natural environment and supernatural subthemes across literature and culture, particularly in the works of Sylvia Plath. Dorka is also the co-founder of the Sylvia Plath Society. Her research has been published in Feminist Modernist Studies, Plath Profiles, and USSO. She also wrote a yet to published essay on “Sylvia Plath behind the Iron Curtain” and working on turning her thesis into a monograph.