Gabriela Ramirez-Chavez is a Guatemalan-American writer based in Los Angeles, California. She recently received her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing from California State University, Long Beach, where she pursued her research on Plath’s intertextual conversation with Coleridge. This was the subject of her senior thesis, McNair Scholars project, and article "Beware / Beware: Coleridgean Surrogacy in Plath’s Father Figure Poems," published in the 2013 Online CSULB McNair Journal. She has presented at several academic conferences, including the Sylvia Plath Symposium 2012 at Indiana University, Bloomington, and has poems forthcoming in Kweli Journal. This fall, she will continue writing Plath-inspired poems and pursue her research in the Literature PhD Program at University of California, Santa Cruz. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.