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"A Thrashing, Generous Intelligence": Eileen Myles's Inferno chosen for Slate/Whiting Second Novel List

The poet Eileen Myles is, of course, also an accomplished writer of fiction, and her recent novel Inferno has just been named one of the five books on the  452 more words

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Eileen Myles Reads at The Poetry Foundation November 2nd


Poetry Off the Shelf: Eileen Myles 

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Poet Eileen Myles discusses Afterglow, her new fantasy and dog memoir

CHICAGO – The Poetry Foundation and the Chicago Humanities Festival are pleased to feature a talk by New York poet… 150 more words

The Importance of being Iceland

If you have not heard the story of how I met and connected with Brad Feld, you should read this post and Brad’s response. We launched the… 724 more words


Alice Notley Symposium: Alette in Oakland

This weekend, the Bay Area Public School is hosting a big symposium on the work of Alice Notley in Oakland, California.  The event features a great line-up of readers and speakers, including Notley herself, a keynote talk by Eileen Myles, and panels featuring poets and critics like Maggie Nelson, Marcella Durand, Kaplan Harris, Cathy Wagner, Cassandra Gillig, and Bernadette Mayer (who will be attending virtually). 164 more words


'Never Can Say Goodbye': New York City Is a Hell You Can Never Leave

Hell’s Kitchen. Hell Gate. Richard Hell. The signs (and wonders) are everywhere. Abandon all hope: New York City is a living Hell of renegade capital, exploited labor, racial hatred, institutional misogyny, and bodega cats. 1,217 more words