Kate Moses has an unerring feel for the conflicts and joys inherent of one woman's literary and domestic spheres of life.
Kate Moses seems to have climbed into the very soul of Sylvia Plath and brought her vividly to life on the written page with her stunning novel "Wintering."
In preparation for this novel, Moses read virtually every piece of Plath's writing, and most, if not all, of the resource material about Plath.
I just love Kate Moses' writing style. It's so comforting and soothing and yet it can also jar you awake from sleep and make you keep on reading--and I'm not just saying this... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rie Grindall
This author must be very well connected. The blurbs on her book are great: too bad her book isn't. Neither Sylvia Plath nor Ted Hughes comes across as a character, not... Read morePublished 8 months ago by A Customer
Certainly a brave effort and one did reasonably well.
It is never easy to go into the mind of another person, especially one belonging to the dead. Read more
I have read many books about Sylvia Plath and this provided me with a different perspective; one of her as a struggling, single mother. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amy Peavey
An exceptional book, beautifully portraying Sylvia Plath as a real human being: a mother, a wife in a crumbling marriage, and a working poet. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Fixed Stars Govern a Life
My daughter has a dear friend I have helped raise since she moved across the country, sending her groceries and reading material she might not be able to afford on her own. Read morePublished 21 months ago by rosebuds
Wintering was written with each chapter subject corresponding to the original order Sylvia Plath had in mind for her last work, Ariel. Read morePublished on September 8, 2008 by Sarah
The reason why I brought this book was the first page. I was amazed at how beautiful the prose was. I've owned the book for over a year now, however, and have yet to finish it. Read morePublished on September 19, 2007 by Amelia Picazo