Eileen Myles

poet

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American poet and writer of fiction, nonfiction, libretti, plays and performance pieces

Eileen Myles on KCRW

Beloved writer Eileen Myles didn't make up the dog but she did make up Afterglow (a dog memoir).

Eileen Myles: Afterglow (a dog memoir)

Beloved writer Eileen Myles didn't make up the dog but she did make up Afterglow (a dog memoir).

from Bookworm

Poet, fiction writer, essayist and dramatist Eileen Myles on success, the relevancy of poetry and surviving as a poet

Eileen Myles: I Must Be Living Twice

Poet, fiction writer, essayist and dramatist Eileen Myles on success, the relevancy of poetry and surviving as a poet

from Bookworm

Eileen Myles: Inferno (A Poet's Novel)

from Bookworm

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