Emily Van Duyne’s work on Sylvia Plath has appeared in Harvard Review, American Poetry Review, Literary Hub, and elsewhere. Her book LOVING SYLVIA PLATH is under contract with W.W. Norton & Co. In 2022, she received both a Fulbright Scholarship and a New Jersey Individual Artist Fellowship in prose-writing for her work on Sylvia Plath. She is Associate Professor of Writing at Stockton University, in New Jersey, where she lives with her husband, her three children, and their five cats.
LOVING SYLVIA PLATH, W.W. Norton & Co., ed. Jill Bialosky
LOVING SYLVIA PLATH dissects the literary afterlife of Sylvia Plath– how we came to know the mythology we know, and how early biographers and writers like Harriet Rosenstein and Robin Morgan worked hard to speak openly about Plath’s experience of domestic violence, but were silenced. We’ll look at the ways these two women’s early writing on Plath was linked in surprising ways that have remained shrouded in mystery and silence, and what that mysterious silence tells us about the continuing challenges of writing on Plath in the feminist tradition.
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