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Good News: Eileen Myles Is in the Spotlight at NPR October 26, 2015: NPR’s Craig Morgan Teicher reviews two Eileen Myles publications that hit bookshelves recently: a re-issue of Myles’s 1994 classic, Chelsea Girls, and a new and selected of Myles’s [...] by

Eileen Myles Wins Clark Prize for Art Writing October 12, 2015: Eileen Myles is on a roll–her reading at The Poetry Project last week saw the venue’s largest crowd since their infamous New Year’s Day Marathon Reading; and her books–the new [...] by

Eileen Myles For The World September 30, 2015: Major news outlets are a-gush over Eileen Myles’s newest publications: a re-release of her 1994 classic, Chelsea Girls, and I Must Be Living Twice: New and Selected Poems 1975-2014. The two [...] by

At NY Mag: Eileen Myles, the Legend September 25, 2015: At New York Magazine, the headline says it all: “After 19 Books and a Presidential Bid, Eileen Myles Gets Her Due.” The piece, by Rachel Monroe, makes a point of the new things: [...] by

New Books by Dodie Bellamy & Eileen Myles Reviewed in Beautiful Essay at Bookforum September 2, 2015: You know it’s a good day when Dodie Bellamy and Eileen Myles are discussed in Bookforum! Lidija Haas looks at Bellamy’s newest essay collection, When the Sick Rule the World [...] by

Eileen Myles on How to Be Alone in New York, for New York Mag August 3, 2015: At New York Magazine, Eileen Myles is one of the selected writers contributing to a feature called “How to Spend Time Alone” (specifically in New York City, naturally). Other points of [...] by

Watch the Trailer for The Book of Conrad July 9, 2015: Coming soon: Deliquent Films’ The Book of Conrad, a long-awaited feature documentary about our friend, poet CAConrad, who, over 82 scenic minutes, “confronts his violent past and the [...] by

The Queer Voice: Reparative Poetry Rituals & Glitter Perversions June 22, 2015: for Michelle Tea “Who we are when we are not love has always caused us shame.” –Akilah Oliver “Touch me. / We’ll become less one.” –TC Tolbert “Nobody wants to become [...] by

Kenneth Goldsmith Says He Is an Outlaw June 1, 2015: To be a black man in the United States of America is to be in a constant state of war and I am tired, I’m just so tired of the war. White people want me to be dangerous, scary or sexy, they never [...] by

Eileen Myles with ‘A Gift for You’ on PoetryNow May 12, 2015: This morning treat yourself to some Eileen Myles with her new poem “A Gift for You.” Myles composed the poem for the 2015 New Years Day marathon reading at the Poetry Project. The poem [...] by