Eileen Myles

‘When I read that essay, I literally feel some kind of space opening up: I can breathe’

By Beatrice Gibson

Eileen Myles’s new memoir of her dog has much to say about being human

By Negar Azimi

The final part of this week's Culture Digest looks at two recently reissued books by Eileen Myles

By Francesca Wade
Gary Indianna, Three Month Fever

Andrew Durbin discusses the books that have influenced him

By Andrew Durbin

Interview - 09 Jun 2016

An interview with legendary New York poet and author Eileen Myles about her life, her relationship to art and artists, and her recent global recognition

Listen to the full program of talks at Frieze New York

The poet and novelist reflects on her friend Nicole Eisenman's ‘messy Zen’

By Eileen Myles
David Ireland, from "Thanka" series (A-red), c.1974. Courtesy Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco

Looking forward to Nancy Holt, David Horvitz and Eileen Myles

By Jennifer Kabat
Courtesy: Catherine Opie

The poet and author on the relationship between poetry and the art world

From Nabokov's butterfly collection to the legacy of Kobe Bryant: the best things we've read this week

By Harry Thorne

Morality and museums, public vulgarity and celebrity poets: the best things we've read this week

By Paul Clinton

From the literature of drones to the confusions of criticism: a round-up of the best things we’ve read online this week

By Paul Clinton