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Life is shocking to me, is and always was, full like a garden of so many selves.

Eileen Myles, introduction to Chelsea Girls.


"Ask not what Canada can do for you"

Eileen Myles, Chelsea Girls (1994)

There is nothing new or remarkable here, at least with reference to Canada, but this book does repeat a couple of ideas we’ve seen before, and I’ll simply catalogue those. 689 more words


Poetry always, always, always is a key piece of democracy. It’s like the un-Trump: The poet is the charismatic loser. You’re the fool in Shakespeare; you’re the loose cannon.

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A Review of Michelle Tea’s Black Wave

By Hannah Koerner

Over the past month I’ve been on a binge of queer nonfiction, devouring Eileen Myles’ Cool for You and Inferno and Maggie Nelson’s… 788 more words

Eileen Myles: November 9, 2016

Felix Presents: Eileen Myles

Wednesday, November 9, 7:00 pm
The Bubbler, Central Library (201 W Mifflin St, Madison)
Free and open to the public

Eileen Myles was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1949, attended Catholic schools in Arlington, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts (Boston) in 1971. 143 more words

Felix Reading Series

readings 44 - though we haven't read it, we know there is a script (2012)

c90 audio cassette with field recordings-readings of “The End of New England” by Eileen Myles



released in 2014 by DEATH-SPIRAL on the tape  25 more words

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