Ted Hughes: Selected Poems 1957-1994 was published in the
US. Paperback: 336 pages (October 9, 2002), Farrar Straus & Giroux,
$15.00, ISBN: 0374528640.
A review by Peter Davison is in the New York Times. Many thanks to Arlindo Correia for this.
Ted Hughes: The Cat & the Cuckoo was republished with new illustrations by Flora McDonnell.
Daniel Weissbort: Letters to Ted. 109 pages, October 2002,
Anvil Press Poetry, ISBN: 0856463418.
Ann Skea has published a review of the book on her website.
Photographer Noel Chanan has set up a site on which you can view and order photographs from a limited edition portfolio: www.photographsoftedhughes.co.uk
Call for Papers Sylvia Plath 70th Year Symposium, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Review of Prometheus auf seinem Felsen / Prometheus on His Crag now on-line.
Sylvia Paul has set up a Ted Hughes Website »Centre for Ted Hughes Studies« with plenty of information for students and scholars alike.
News on the Ted Hughes Centre in Mytholroyd:
A pre-feasibility study is currently being carried out by Jackson Quigg Associates (see the Mytholmroyd Net News entry of Dec 04 2001). There is an opporunity for you to support the case for a Ted Hughes Centre. You can either leave an entry in the guestbook of the Mytholmroyd website, or respond to Piers Jackson's posting directly by e-mailing him at JacksonQuigg@aol.com.
Apologies for the late update - I was too busy with other projects.
Weidenfeld & Nicholson kindly sent a review copy of Elaine Feinstein's Ted Hughes biography. A Review of Ted Hughes: The Life of a Poet is now on-line.
Pearson Education/Longman kindly sent a review copy Tracy Brain's The Other Sylvia Plath. A review will follow soon.
Two new Ted Hughes publications will appear in Germany: An edition of selected poems (German / English) and a translation of Prometheus on His Crag (German / English) accompanied by a reproductions from a cycle of paintings by Eva Clemens.
Faber & Faber have published Collected Plays for Children (138 pages, £ 6.99, ISBN: 0571209572), which includes the plays from The Coming of the Kings plus two additional plays. Of these, "Orpheus" was previously published in the American edition The Tiger's Bones, while "The Pig Organ" is collected here for the first time.