The Colossus and Other Poems (1960, William Heinemann)
Ariel (1965, Faber and Faber)
Three Women: A Monologue for Three Voices (1968, Turret Books)
Crossing the Water (1971, Faber and Faber)
Winter Trees (1971, Faber and Faber)
The Collected Poems (1981, Faber and Faber)
Selected Poems (1985, Faber and Faber)
Ariel: The Restored Edition (2004, Faber and Faber)
COLLECTED PROSE AND NOVELS
The Bell Jar, under the pseudonym "Victoria Lucas" (novel, 1963, Heinemann)
Letters Home: Correspondence 1950–1963 (1975, Harper & Row, US; Faber and Faber, UK)
Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams: Short Stories, Prose, and Diary Excerpts (1977, Faber and Faber)
The Journals of Sylvia Plath (1982, Dial Press)
The Magic Mirror (1989), Plath's Smith College senior thesis
The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath, edited by Karen V. Kukil (2000, Anchor Books)
The Letters of Sylvia Plath, Volume 1, edited by Peter K. Steinberg and Karen V. Kukil (2017, Faber and Faber)
The Letters of Sylvia Plath, Volume 2, edited by Peter K. Steinberg and Karen V. Kukil (2018, Faber and Faber)
Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom (2019, Faber and Faber)
The Bed Book, illustrated by Quentin Blake (1976, Faber and Faber)
The It-Doesn't-Matter Suit (1996, Faber and Faber)
Mrs. Cherry's Kitchen (2001, Faber and Faber)
Collected Children's Stories (UK, 2001, Faber and Faber)
Sylvia Plath was born in Boston, USA, in 1932. She began writing at the age of 8, following the death of her father.
She attended the best schools, excelling in all disciplines and winning scholarship after scholarship. At 19, she won an award to be an editor for a month at a New York magazine. Back in Boston, went into crisis and she attempted suicide.
Throughout her student career, she wrote short stories and poems and published them in newspapers and magazines. She always feared the lack of money and the social marginality that being a poet implies. Her diary obsessively records her fear of not becoming famous.
In 1955 she wins a scholarship to continue her studies in Cambridge. There she meets Ted Hughes -the most important English poet of her generation- with whom she marries and has two children. The couple lived from 1957 to 1960 in the United States. Sylvia works as a teacher, but is overwhelmed by the time that teaching takes away from writing. They decide to return to England and devote themselves exclusively to writing. In time, they buy a country house in Devon, where they live until they separate in mid-1962. Sylvia went to live in London with her children and began her last and most feverish creative stage, writing the poems that were posthumously collected in Ariel (1965) and Winter Trees (1971).When she was only 30 years old, in 1963, she committed suicide.
In 1982, Plath was the first poet to win a posthumous Pulitzer Prize (for The Collected Poems).
The nearly complete publication (excluding destroyed copies) of her life journals, following Hughes' death in 1998, has served to clarify many points of speculation, and to direct readers' interest toward a deeper understanding of method and sensibility in Plath's creative genius.
"My great tragedy is to have been born a woman," she wrote, debating between the submissive woman like her mother that society expected her to be and the radical feminist she felt and wanted to be, as well as, "A man is an arrow into the future and a woman is the place from which the arrow is shot."
Born in 1983, lives in Bordeaux. Playwright, actress, theatrical director, arranger. Laureate of the Centre National du Théâtre, winner of the Godot and Beaumarchais-SACD awards, first for theater, then also for her work in radio. Prize of the Lyon Playwrights' Days. Her plays are published by Lansman Editions (Belgium). She creates with Erwan Daouphars the Denisyak collective, in order to bring to the stage her words, composed for the flesh.
Alexia Moyano was born in Patagonia in 1982. Actress of theater, cinema and television. She trained in Buenos Aires with Helena Tritek, London (LAMDA) and Paris (CNSAD) in classical and contemporary theater, short stories and poetry. She has worked in independent, official and commercial theater; and in cinema in national and international productions.
In the last few years, she performed in the one-woman show El empapelado amarillo, a multimedia production at the Centro Cultural San Martin, Miranda in La Tempestad for the Teatro San Martín, the narration of Sueño de una noche de verano in a vocal symphonic concert at the Teatro Avenida for the production company Buenos Aires Lírica and the performative creation VOCES, about the feminine universe.
In film she was part of the cast of the series Monzón (Disney), El reino (Netflix), Limbo (Disney), and the feature films Chau Buenos Aires, El Prisionero Irlandés, Verdades Verdaderas and El Cóndor Ciego among others.
She is currently recording the soap opera El primero de nosotros for Telefe; she is developing a podcast about Oscar Wilde's short stories Te cuento un clasicuento and producing a documentary.