"Fever 103°": The Fall of Man; the Rise of Woman; the Folly of Youth

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Julia Gordon-Bramer

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Julia Gordon-Bramer, Lindenwood University

Julia Gordon-Bramer

 

has a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, both in fiction and poetry, from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and a Literature and Language degree from Webster University in St. Louis. She has spent the last thirty-plus years reading tarot cards personally and professionally, and is a student of Qabalah and Jungian Alchemy. She currently teaches literature at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri, and is seeking a publisher for her nearly-complete mystical reinterpretation of Plath's work, Fixed Stars Govern a Life . Recent publications of her work on or about Sylvia Plath can be found in Fat Gold Watch, The Left Bank Review, WomenArts Quarterly Journal Vol. I Issue I, and Plath Profiles 3. You may write her at tarot@nighttimes.com.