Eileen Myles

poet

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

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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).

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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

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Eileen Myles: Inferno (A Poet's Novel)

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