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    By Anne Boyer

    The pathology report was terrifying. It said the primary tumor was ugly: highly aggressive triple negative breast cancer, necrotic, reproducing at a rate beyond...

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    After a feature on Transparent creator Jill Soloway in The New Yorker explained that the show's writers had decided to model a character on...

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    At Rookie magazine Tova Benjamin spends a moment with Eileen Myles ("prancing around in a suit") just before she went to the White House....

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    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...

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    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...

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    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:...

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    At New York Magazine, the headline says it all: "After 19 Books and a Presidential Bid, Eileen Myles Gets Her Due." The piece, by...

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    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,...

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    At New York Magazine, Eileen Myles is one of the selected writers contributing to a feature called "How to Spend Time Alone" (specifically in...

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    By Harriet Staff

    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...

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