Gail Crowther is a freelance writer, researcher, and academic currently working on a number of solo and collaborative projects. Ongoing work deals with Sylvia Plath and archival studies; examining the notion of the ‘living archive’; and ideas connected to the importance of place.

Her first book, Sylvia Plath in Devon: A Year’s Turning, co-written with Elizabeth Sigmund was published by Fonthill Media in 2014. Gail has also published extensively on Plath in various journals and books.

Gail's first solo authored book, The Haunted Reader and Sylvia Plath, was published in early 2017. A co-authored book with Peter K. Steinberg, These Ghostly Archives: The Unearthing of Sylvia Plath, was released in May 2017.

This interview was conducted on 24 September 2019 at Kings Place by Tom Deveson at Sylvia Plath: Life Between the Lines.