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EILEEN MYLES
NYC 10003
eileen.myles@gmail.com
917 439 3235

EDUCATION
University of Massachusetts (Boston), B.A. English, June 1971
St. Mark's Poetry Project, New York City, 1975-1977
Studied in workshops with Ted Berrigan, Alice Notley, Jim Brodey,
Paul Violi, Bill Zavatsky.

PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS
Snowflake/different streets (poems).New York, Seattle: Wave Books, 2012.
Inferno (a poet’s novel) O/R Books, 2010.
The Importance of Being Iceland (art writing). New York: (Semiotext(e),MIT Press, 09.
Sorry Tree (poems). New York, Seattle: Wave Books, 2007.
Tow (with drawings by artist Larry C. Collins). New York: Lospeccio Press, 2005.
Skies, Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 2001.
on my way, Cambridge, MA: Faux Press, 2001.
Cool for You (novel), New York: Soft Skull Press, 2000.
School of Fish. Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1997.
Maxfield Parrish/early & new poems. Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1995.
Chelsea Girls (fiction). Santa Rosa, CA Black Sparrow Press, 1994.
Not Me. New York: Semiotext(e), MIT Press, 1991.
1969 (fiction). New York: Hanuman Books, 1989.
Bread and Water (fiction). New York: Hanuman Books, 1987.
Sappho's Boat. Los Angeles: Little Caesar, 1982.
A Fresh Young Voice From the Plains. New York: Power Mad, 1981.
Polar Ode (with Anne Waldman). New York: Dead Duke Books, 1979.
The Irony of the Leash. New York: Jim Brodey Books, 1978.

SELECTED POETRY ANTHOLOGIES
“Transitions,” “Snowflake,” “To My Class,” ”Questions,” “Hi,” Eleven More American Women Poets in the 21st Century, Wesleyan, eds. Rankine, Sewell, 2012.
“For Amy Winehouse,” Figuring Color, Hatje Cantz/ICA Boston, ed. Jeremy Sigler, 2012
"The Perfect Faceless Fish,” The Best American Poetry, 2010, ed. Amy Gerstler. NY: Scribner, 2010.
“Joan,” “unleashed,” Poems from the Women’s Movement, Library of America, ed. Moore, 2009.
“To Hell,” State of the Union, eds. Zapruder, Beckman, Seattle: Wave Books, 2008.
“Transitions,” “No Rain,” “Girlfriend,” the Massachusetts Review, ed. Vincent, Vol. 49, Nos. 1 & 2, 2008.
“Inauguration Day,” Nineteen Lines: A Drawing Center Writing Anthology, ed.Lytle Shaw, New York: Roof Books, 2007.
“I Got Easy,” Saints of Hysteria/A Half Century of Collaborative American
Poetry, eds. Duhamel, Seaton, Trinidad, Brooklyn: Soft Skull, 2007.
“No Rewriting,” The Best American Poetry, 2003, ed. Lyn Hejinian. NY: Scribner, 2004.
“Flowers,” Poetry After 911/An Anthology of New York Poets, eds. Dennis Loy, Johnson & Valerie Merians, Melville House: Hoboken, NJ, 2003.
"Sympathy." The Best American Poetry, 2001, ed. Robert Creeley. NY: Scribner, 2002, 121-122.
"An American Poem." Hatred of Capitalism/a Semiotext(e) reader, eds. Kraus & Lotringer, NY: Semiotext(e), 20001.
"The Honey Bear." Poetry For DUMMIES, ed. Timpane, Watts, NY: Hungry Minds, Inc., 2001
"Eileen's Vision", "Rotting Symbols", "Taxing." The Body Electric/America's Best Poetry from The American Poetry Review, eds. Berg, Bonanno and Vogelsang, NY: Norton,
2000.
"Sleepless," "An American Poem,"  "I always put..."  The World In Us/The New Wave of Lesbian & Gay Poets, eds. Michael Lassell and Elena Georgiou. New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.
"Mr Twenty" and "A Speech about Allen." Poems for the Nation/A Collection of Contemporary Political Poems, " ed. Allen Ginsberg, New York: Open Pamphlet Series/Seven Stories Press, 2000.
"Holes", "An American Poem", "I always put my. . . ."Outlaw Bible of American Poetry, ed. Alan Kaufman. NY: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1999.
"Romantic Pain," "Light Warrior," "Kid's Show: 1991," and "Trial Balloon."  Moving Borders/Three Decades of Innovative Writing By Women, ed. Mary Margaret Sloan, Jersey City, NJ: Talisman House, 1998.
"Troubador." Caught in the Act: A Look at Contemporary Multimedia Performance Photographs by Dona McAdams. New York, NY: Aperture, 1996.
"Mr. Twenty." American Poets Say Goodbye to the 20th Century, eds. Codrescu and Rosenthal. New York: 4 Walls Eight Windows, 1996.
"Looking Out, a Sailor." Ladies, Start Your Engines/Women Writers On Cars and the Road, ed. Elinor Nauen. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1996.
"American Baseball." Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend/Women Writers onBaseball, ed. Elinor Nauen. Boston, MA: Faber and Faber 1994.
"New England Wind," "The Sadness of Leaving," and "December 9th." Postmodern American Poetry, ed. Paul Hoover. NY: Norton, 1994.
"PV." Aloud/Voices from the Nuyorican Poets' Cafe, eds. Algarin and Holman. NY: Henry Holt, 1994
"At Last." Poets for Life: Seventy-Six Poets Respond to AIDS, ed. Michael Klein. NY: Crown, 1989.
"Mad Pepper." The Best American Poetry, 1988, ed. John Ashbery. NY: Macmillan/Collier, 1998.
"A Woman Like Me." Gay & Lesbian Poetry In Our Time, ed. Joan Larkin and Carl Morse. NY: St. Martin's Press, 1988.
"New York" and "Ptolemy."  Coming Attractions: an Anthology of Poets in their 20s, ed. Dennis Cooper. Los Angeles: Little Caesar, 1981.

SELECTED FICTION & NON-FICTION ANTHOLOGIES

“hart!” (excerpt) Harp & Altar Writing from the first six issues, New York:ellipsis press, 2010.
“What is Gender Today,” Feminaissance, ed. Christine Wertheim, Los Angeles: Les Figues Press, 2010.
“The Red Planet,” A Best of Fence/the First 9 Years, Vol. 1, ed. Rebecca Wolff, Fence Books: Albany, 2009.
“Protect Me You,” The Empty Page/fiction inspired by Sonic Youth, ed. Peter Wild, London: Serpent’s Tale, 2008.
“Byron’s Signatories,” Barbara Guest Special Issue, Chicago Review, 53:4 & 54:1/2, 2008.
“Live Through That?!” Live Through This, ed. Chapadjiev, New York: Seven Stories, 2008.
“Energy.” John Ashbery Tribute, ed. Morrow, Conjunctions, 49, 2007.
“Alice.” (Inf. excerpt) New and Used, Steidl: Frankfurt, 2006.
“Repeating Allen,” essay on the 50th anniversary of Howl, FSG. forthcoming.
“Everyday Barf.” Sˇance, California Institute of the Arts, 2005.
“My Sister’s Wedding.” I Do/I Don’t/Queers on Marriage, eds. Wharton and Philips. San Francisco: Suspect Thoughts, 2004.
“The Sound of Poverty.” Without A Net/the female experience of growing up working class, ed. Michelle Tea. Seattle: Seal Press, 2004.
“Daniel.” Killing the Buddha/A Heretic’s Bible, eds. Peter Manseau & Jeffrey Sharlet.
New York: Free Press, 2004, 193-200.
“Liquid Sky,” pills, thrills, chills, and heartache/Adventures in the First Person, edited by Clint Catalyst & Michelle Tea, Alyson Books: Los Angeles, CA, 2004.
“Cool for You (excerpt).” geeks, misfits, and outlaws/short fiction, edited by Zoe Whittall. McGilliagan Books: Toronto, 2003, 77-80.
“Survival of a Starfish.” Take My Advice/Letters to the Next Generation from People Who Know a Thing or Two, ed. James L. Harmon. Simon & Schuster: NY, 2002.
“Views of David." Themes & Variations, ed. Vincent Fitzgerald. New York: Columbia
University, 2000.
“Poison Ivy." Fetish, ed. John Yau. New York: 4 Walls Eight Windows, 1999.
“Helau” (Inferno excerpt) Women on the Verge, ed. ed. Susan Fox Rogers (Stonewall Inn
Editions) 1999
“Cool for You. ” Queer 13/ Lesbian and Gay Writers Recall Seventh Grade, ed. Clifford Chase. New York: Rob Weisbach, 1998.
“My Father's Alcoholism.” Cabbage and Bones/An anthology of Irish American Women's Fiction, ed. Caledonia Kearns. New York: Henry Holt, 1997.
“Cool for You (excerpt).” Boston School Catalogue: Boston, ICA, 1996.
“A Recipe for Lesbian Brain.” Cooking with Honey: What Literary Lesbians Eat, ed. Amy Scholder. Ithaca, NY, 1996.
“Chelsea Girls." Women on Women 2, ed. Joan Nestle. NY: Dutton, 1993.
“Robert Mapplethorpe Picture” and "Quietude." AMLIT, Neue Literatur aus dem USA, eds. Gerhard Falkner and Sylv¸re Lotringer. Berlin: Druckhaus Galrev, 1992. “Robin.” Discontents, ed. Dennis Cooper. NY: Amethyst Press, 1992.

SELECTED JOURNALS, PAMPHLETS & WEB - POETRY AND FICTION
“The Cow” (poem) The Stinging Fly: NY, Vol. 2, No. 20, Winter 2011-12
“To the Mountains,” (poem) Harpers, May 1, 2012.
“My Box,” Ploughshares, ed. Nick Flynn, Vol. 38, No. 1, Spring 2012.
“Gay Sunshine,” (story) Animal Shelter, ed. Hedi El Kholti, Issue 2, Spring 2012.
“La Neige”, West Wind Review, ed. Kasey Mohammed, 2012.
“Howland”, Bone Bouquet, Vol. 2, No. 2, Summer 2011
“AD”, Bird Fly Good, No. 1, 2010
“What She Read”, Wild Orchids, 2010
“Moving,” (Inf. excerpt) Killing the Buddha, Aug. 16, 2010.
“the nervous entertainment,” “Your Name,” (poems) ed. R Casper, Jubilat 18, 2010.
“dedicated,” “November 11,” “facebook,” (poems) ed. Hadbawnik, Kadar Koli 5, 2010.
“witches and nuns,” (Inf. excerpt) Cutbank 72/73, Spring 2010.
“Drops” (inf. excerpt) Sadie, ed. Sposato, 2010.
“Knott Astonished” (Inf. excerpt) Aufgabe, #9, 2010.
“About Mary” Tin House, ed. Brenda Shaughnessy, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2010
"The Perfect Faceless Fish”, The Brooklyn Rail, Feb. 2010.
“Little Brown”, Agriculture Reader, eds. Schmall, Taylor, No. 3, 2009
“The Movie,” “Youth,” (poems), Vanitas Magazine, ed. V. Katz, 2009.
“Ad,” Seagull,” “Travelling Light,” “Writing,” HOW/an art and literary journal, no. 4,
ed. Honor Moore, 2009.
“observance,” Washington Sq., Summer/Fall, 2009.
“Two ‘Rosie’ excerpts”, Tantalum ed. Yasmine Alwan, No. 1, 2009.
“Grants & Awards” (Inf. excerpt) front porch 9, 2009.
“Rose,” (excerpt from The Inferno) Denver Quarterly, ed. Ramke, Vol. 42, No. 4, 2008.
“Snowflake,” “Rock On,” “Questions,” Tin House 36, ed. Shaughnessy, Vol. 9, No. 3,
2008.
“Cute,” “observance,” Bombay Gin 34, Spring 2008.
“D.H.” The Nation, ed. Gizzi, Dec. 18, 2007.
“Don’t Go”, Satellite Telephone, ed. Robert Dewhurst, No. 1, 2007.
“Rene”, Shiny Magazine: Denver, 2007.
“Tapestry, Vice Magazine: New York, 2007.
“My Revolution” (excerpt Inf.) Ridykylous #1, eds. Steiner, Eisenman, 2007.
“The Inferno,” Open City: New York, 2005.
“The Poetry Field,” Index Magazine: New York, 2005.
“Each Defeat,” “I Know I’m One, “ American Poetry Review, ed. Vogelsang, 2005.
“Therapy,” “Unnamed New York,” Electronic Poetry Review, ed. D. A. Powell, 2005.
“Lodovico,” Bloom, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Winter, 2004, 138-41.
“No Rewriting, “ Mississippi Review, vol. 31, no. 3, 2003.
“Ooh.” ed. Moore, Open City, No. 17, Summer 2003.
“The Inferno” (excerpt), Angry Dog Midget Editions #22, ed. Black, 2003.
“The Inferno” (excerpt), LTTR, eds. Roydson, Hardy. Summer, 2003.
“Springs” (fiction), The Baffler, No. 15, 2002, 35-37.
“Pleasant Street,” “Palms,” “Girlfriend,” Shiny, No. 12, 2002, 57-60.
“Shore’s,” Blithe House Quarterly, http://www.blithe.com, 2002.
"Road Buddy" and "Sympathy." American Poetry Review, Vol. 30. No. 5, Sept. Oct. 2001
“Ferry,“ and “Better Than Most.” LIT, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2001, 101-108.
"Slam" and "Seattle Harbor." American Poetry Review, Vol. 28, No. 2, March- April, 1999.
"Snakes" and "Cortege," The Massachusetts Review, Vol. 39, No. 1, Spring 1998. "Arlington," Transience and Sentimentality, eds. Gangitano and Grunenberg, Boston, MA: ICA, February, 1998.
"Untitled," The Massachusetts Review, A Tribute to Allen Ginsberg and American Poetry, Vol. XXXIX, No. 2, ed. Paul Jenkins, 1998.
"Camp," Provincetown Arts, Vol. 13, 1997-98.
"Waterfall," Tinfish, No. 5, ed. Susan Schultz, September 1997.
"Rotting Symbols," "White Orchids," "Taxing," and "Sunshine," The American Poetry Review, Vol. 25, No. 4, July/August 1996.
"The Open and the Close." 13th Moon, Vol. 14, Nos. 1 and 2, 1996.
"Looking out, a sailor," 3, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1996.
"Eileen's Vision," The American Poetry Review, Vol. 24, No. 3, May-June, 1995. "The Poet Journalist," Active in Airtime, Brightlingsea, Essex, England, No. 4, eds. Hawkins and Muckle, Summer 1995.
"Twilight Train," Chelsea, No. 57, ed. Barbara Guest, 1994.
"Rut," "Untitled," and "Closing Up Shop," The Kenyon Review, Vol. 14, No. 1, Winter 1992.
"Jumble," "PV," and "Waterfall," New England Review, Vol. 14, No. 4, ed. Terry  Hummer, Fall 1992.
"The Windsor Trail," The New Censorship; The Monthly Journal of the Next Savage State, Vol. 3, Nos. 4-6, September 1992 (Special issue devoted to the write-in Presidential campaign of Eileen Myles).
"Maxfield Parrish," Shiny International, No. 6, Spring-Summer, 1991.
"Bleeding Hearts," New Directions, No. 55, ed. James Laughlin, 1991.
"Public Television." Literaturmagazin: Neue Amerikanische Lyrik, No. 26, Rowohlt, Hamburg, Germany, 1990.
"Amerikanisches Gedicht," Bateria, No. 9-10, eds. Falkner, Neidel and Sartorius, Nurnberg, Germany, 1990.
"A Poem," Broadway 2/A Poet and Painters Anthology, eds. James Schuyler and Charles North, 1989.
"Immanence" and "Peanut Butter," Ploughshares, Vol. 15, No. 4, ed. Marilyn Hacker, Winter 1989-90.
"Hot Night" and "The Story of My Poem," Cuz, No. 1, ed. Richard Hell, 1988. "Everything's House," American Letters and Commentary, No. 2, Fall 1989.
"A Poem in Two Homes," Bomb, No. 11, fall 1987.
"Mad Pepper," The Paris Review, No. 102, ed. Jonathan Galassi, Spring 1987.
"New York: Mexican Parade," Exquisite Corpse, Vol. 4, Nos. 3 & 4, ed. Andrei Codrescu, March-April 1987
"Mal Maison," Between C & D, Vol. II, No. 2, eds. Catherine Texier and Joel Rose, 1985.
"The Real Drive," B-City, No. 3, ed. Connie Deanovich, Spring 1986.
"June-Stones" and "The Honey Bear," Little Caesar, No. 11, ed. Dennis Cooper, 1983
"Sweet China," Adix, Vol. 1, No. 5, ed. Morgan Entrekin, November 1979.
"Me," City Lights Journal, No. 4, ed. Ferlinghetti, 1978.
"An Attitude About Poetry," Partisan Review, ed. John Ashbery, Vol. XLIV, No. 4, 1977.

THEATER, PERFORMANCE & RECORDING
“Writing” and “A Perfect Faceless Fish” recorded for Japanther’s "Rock 'N' Roll
Ice Cream", 2010.
“Collection of Silence,” conceived & directed (40 poets, Buddhists, children, dancers, life drawers performed silently on a plaza.) for Dia Center for the Arts at the Hispanic Society, NYC 2009.
Hell, (libretto)
Premiere, PS 122, New York, 11 performances, (Beth Morrison Productions), 2006
Workshop productions, (produced by People’s Opera, Los Angeles) 2004
St. Marks Church, New York, 2004
Schoolhouse Art Center, Provincetown MA, 2004
Hammer, Museum, University of California, Los Angeles, 2004
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, 2004
Centro Cultural Tijuana (CECUT), Tijuana, Mexico, 2004
Summer in Russia,
Performance Space 122, New York, 1996
PS 122, 2 performances, 1995
Our Sor Juana, Dixon Place, New York, solo performance written for Carmelita Tropicana, 1994.
Life, a performance by Eileen Myles, Judson Memorial Church, New York, 1991
Modern Art, PS 122, New York,1990
Modern Art, Eye and Ear Theater, New York, 1990
Leaving New York (performance), PS 122, New York, 1990
Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, 1991
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1991
Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA 1991
Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, 1991
Feeling Blue, Parts 1, 2 & 3, PS 122, New York, 1988
Staged reading, WOW Cafˇ Theater, 1987
Dinosaur Park, with Elinor Nauen, Darinka, New York, 1986
Our Town III, Ear of the Dog Festival, Charas, 1982
Patriarchy, a play, St. Mark’s Church, New York, 1980
Joan of Art: a spiritual entertainment
Club 57, New York, 1980
St. Mark’s Church, New York, 1979

GALLERY REVIEWS
Art in America, 1987-present. Bibliography available upon request.

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE ESSAYS
“Sausage Opera,” Riotous Baroque, Kunsthaus Zurich, (forthcoming, July 2012)
“Emily Roydson: Gravity”, Art in General, NYC (forthcoming)
K8 Hardy: “Cheerios”, Frank Peter John Dick. Brooklyn: Capricious Books, Nov. 2011.
Catherine Opie, “Conversation with the Inauguration.” New York, NY: Gregory R.
Miller & Co., 2011.
Paul Thek, Dead Flowers “Against Paul”, ICA, Philadelphia, 2011.
“My Gay Marriage” The Air We Breathe, San Francisco, CA: SFMOMA, 2011.
“A Little Prairie” A Queer Relational Associative Project Dictionary, Berkeley, CA: US Berkely Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2011
Oscar Tuazon: “The Bed I Slept In.” I Can’t See, Paraguay Press and Do.Pe Press, June 2010.
“Play Paws: Sadie Benning.” Wexner Art Museum, 2007.
“The Time of Craft.” The Nature of Craft and the Penland Experience, The Mint Museum of Craft and Design: Ashville, NC, 2003.
“It’s a Wonderful Wave: Nicole Eisenman: Selected Works 1993-2003." Ithaca: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 2003.
"Jack Pierson/The World is Yours: Another Room." East Hampton, NY: Glen Horowitz Booksellers, 2001.
"Sal Randolph: Free Show." Provincetown: Schoolhouse Art Center, 1999.
"Barbara Pollack: The Family of Men." New York, NY: Threadwaxing Space, 1999.
"Conversation in Candlelight: Message to Pretty." New York, NY: Threadwaxing Space, 1999.
"I Hate Mimeo"(excerpted from Poetry Project Newsletter, 1982), A Secret Location on the Lower East Side, NY: NYPL & Granary Books, 1998.
"A Treatment of Susannah Coffey." Hanover, NH: Jaffe-Friede & Strauss Galleries, Dartmouth College, 1997.
"Sarah Rapson: Sarah's Smoke." New York, NY: Yoshi Gallery, 1995.
"Stephanie Rose: Some Notes from the Upper Meadow." New York, NY: EM Donahue Gallery, 1993.
"About Martha Diamond." New York, NY: Robert Miller Gallery, 1990.

SELECTED ESSAYS, ARTICLES REVIEWS & BLOGS
“Harriet Blog,” http://www.poetryfoundation.org, May, 2009 – ongoing.
“Roving Ei: blogs: New York: Art in America.com, Nov, 2011.
Being Female, http://www.theawl.com, Feb. 14, 2011.
(reprinted http://www.vidaweb.org, March 6, 2011)
“Oscar Tuazon: The Poet’s Strike,” Parkett, 89, Fall, 2011.
“Still Lifes,” Vice, eds. Pearson & Kellner. New York, July, 2010.
“Lest We Forget/on “Act Up New York,” Art Forum, March, 2010.
“CA Conrad, The Frank Poems,” Jacket 40,
http://jacketmagazine.com, 2010.
“Incantations: Ambar Past,” Rain Taxi, Spring, 2010.
“Incantations: Ambar Past,” Bookforum.com, Dec. 2009.
“CA Conrad interview,” http://www.poetryfoundation.org/journal/article.html, Oct. 2009.
“Lavish Interiors: Jackie Lipton,” Provincetown Arts, 2009.
“Reunion: Robert Frank.” Parket, No. 83, 2008.
“Lost in Canada.” The Believer, ed. Julavits, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2008.
“My House.” Suspect Thoughts: San Francisco, 2007.
“Tawny,” Cabinet, Summer 2006.
“Every Day Barf.” Séance, Cal Arts, 2006.
Weekly blog on art. <http://openfordesign.msn.com/> Oct. 2006 – Oct. 2007.
“Repeating Allen.” The Poem That Changed America, FSG, 2006
“Rose of No Man’s Land: Michelle Tea." Bookforum, Fall 2006.
"Afterword (w Dennis Cooper), Up Is Up, But So Is Down: New York's Downtown Literary Scene, 1974-1992. NY: New York University, 2006.
"Introduction, I Love Dick by Chris Kraus." Semiotext(e)/MIT, 2006.
Ted Berrigan, Time Out, NY Nov 16, 2005.
“Puppets Don’t Cry.” Index Magazine, February-March, 2005.
“Philip Lopate: Waterfront.” Index Magazine, September 2004.
“Pilgrim’s Progress: Eileen Myles Journeys to Red Rocks.” Index Magazine, November-December 2003.
“Tim: a review.” Mississippi Review, Vol. 31, No. 3, 2003, pp. 219-226.
“Daniel Day Lewis." Index Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 2. November-December 2002, pp. 31-35.
"Susan Minot: Rapture." Bookforum, April 2002.
"Not Betsy Ross: Lisa Robertson, Dodie Bellamy and Honor: Moore." The Nation, March 11, 2002.
"Textual Healing: Dodie Bellamy, Cunt-Ups." Village Voice, December 4, 2001.
"Jimmy:  James Schuyler at DIA." Index Magazine, November 2001.
"Today's Poets: Alice Notley & Ann Lauterbach at DIA." Index Magazine, September-October 2001.
"Russell Crotty Talks About His Atlases." ArtForum, September 2001.
"Lynne Tillman's No Lease on Life." Voice Literary Supplement, Fall 2001.
"AI: a butch dyke classic." Village Voice, August, 2001.
"Wild About Henry: An Essay on Reading Henry Miller." Bookforum, April 2000. "My Intergeneration," Village Voice, June 27, 2000.
"Shore Leave: Allen Ginsberg's Photographs." August 22, 2000.
"On Turning 50." OUT Magazine, March 2000.
"True to Type: Kay Rosen." Art in America, September 1999.
"Michelle Tea: Spice Girl." The Nation, February 1999.
"Coming Clear: Essay." OUT Magazine, 1999.
"Mothers & Daughters: Fanny Howe, Nod and Danzy Senna, Caucasia." Civilization, December-January, 1998.
"Box of Rain," Nest: A Magazine of Interiors, Winter, 1998-99.
"An American Poem: How Poetry Got from There to Here." The Stranger, April 23, 1998.
"Writing After Acker: Chris Kraus." The Stranger, April 16, 1998.
"I Hate Mimeo." Excerpt, Poetry Project Newsletter, 1982, A Secret Location on the Lower East Side, NY: New York Public Library & Granary Books, 1998. "Fear of Poetry: Muriel Rukeyser, The Life of Poetry." The Nation, April 14, 1997. "Terrific Hangovers: Tim Dlugos and the New York School." The Stranger, April 10, 1987.
"Giving Birth to Poetry: Deborah Weinstein, Rodent Angel." The Nation, October 28, 1996.
"Tory:  Tory Dent, What Silence Equals." Denver Quarterly, Summer, 1995.
"The Fruit Measures Itself: Olga Broumas, Sappho's Gymnasium." Lambda Book Report, March-April 1995.
"Gay Rites: Jill Johnston's Wedding in Denmark, a Ceremony in New York." The Village Voice, June 28, 1994.
"Columbus Day: Jimmie Durham." Voice Literary Supplement, April 1994. "Perpetual Motion: Bob Perelman, Virtual Reality." Voice Literary Supplement, November 1993.
"Genrefication: Fido Facts." Village Voice, date TK.
"Prints of Words." Print Collector's Newsletter, September-October 1993.
"Patricia Smith: Big Towns, Big Talk." Voice Literary Supplement, April 1993.
"Yusef Komunyakaa: Magic City." Village Voice, January 12, 1993.
"Starting Over: Leslie Scalapino, The Return of Painting, The Pearl, and Orion: A Trilogy and Crowd and Not Evening or Light." Village Voice, November 17, 1992.
"Frank Stanford: The Light the Dead See: The Selected Poems of Frank Stanford." Village Voice, October 6, 1992.
"Dennis Cooper: Wrong," Village Voice, August 25, 1992.
"Tears In Themselves Are Not A Test Of Love: Rachel Hadas, Unending Dialogue." NYQ, February 2, 1992.
"Beyond Baroque: Gerrit Henry, The Mirrored Clubs of Hell." Village Voice, December 3, 1991.
"Anne Waldman: Not A Male Pseudonym." Poetry Project Newsletter, October 1991.
"Harryette Mullen: Trimmings." Voice Literary Supplement, November 1991.
"The Art of the Real:  Ntozake Shange, The Love Space Demands." Voice Literary Supplement, September 1991.
"Rough Riding: Richard Perceval Graves, Robert Graves: The Years With Laura, 1926-1940." Village Voice, January 22, 1991.
"Dennis Donoghue, Warrenpoint," Voice Literary Supplement, November 1990.
"D. H. Melhelm, Heroism in the New Black Poetry." East Hampton Star, August 2, 1990.
"Amy Gerstler: Bitter Angel." Voice Literary Supplement, February 1990.
"Urbane Renewal: John Godfrey, Midnight on Your Left." Village Voice, October 31, 1989.
"Nun's Tale: Octavio Paz, Sor Juana, The Traps of Faith." Voice Literary Supplement, June 1989.
"Ted Berrigan: The Sonnets." Poetry Project Newsletter #98, April 1983.

 

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Amy King, “Interview,” Denver Quarterly, 46: no. 3, 2012.
Gina Myers “The Body Place Is a Thinking Place,” The Rumpus, April 13th, 2012  
Peter Trachtenberg, “A Conversation,” Grist, no. 5, 2012. Edith Zimmerman, “ An interview with Eileen Myles,” http://thehairpin.com,April 3, 2012.
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Alan Gilbert, “The Importance of Being Iceland, The Village Voice, Sept. 1, 2009.
Jason Roush, “A Poet’s Take on the Rest of the Arts: Iceland,” Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review, 2009.
Leila Wilson, “Review.” Sorry, Tree, Chicago Review, 53:4 & 54:1/2, 2008.
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Emma Silvers, “Alone in San Diego.” San Diego City Beat, January 24, 2007.
Greg Fuchs, “Review: Sorry, Tree." Poetry Project Newsletter, December 2007.
Chisholm, Dianne, Queer Constellations: Subcultural Space In The Wake Of The City. Duke University Press, 2005.
Ann Wood, “Myles to Go and ‘Hell’ Around Us.” Provincetown Banner, September 30, 2004.
Michelle Tea, “Hell, Yeah.” San Francisco Bay Guardian, Vol. 39, No. 3. October 20, 2004.
Hiya Swanhuyser, “Arts Explosion: Hell." San Francisco Weekly, October 21, 2004.
Tom Devaney, online interview, Rain Taxi, 2003.
Cathy Hong, “Skies." Village Voice, March 2002.
"Review: Skies." Publisher's Weekly, January 2002.
R. Harrison & P. Paige, "OUT 1OO: Eileen Myles." OUT Magazine, December 2001. Kathy Resmer, "Myles To Go." Seven Days [Burlington, VT], September 19, 2001.
"Eileen Myles: Interview." IN, September 2001.
Whitney Vaughan, "Myles High." Curve Magazine, August 2001.
Anne Powers, "Neverland and Beyond." The New York Times Book Review, July 29, 2001.
Marni Jackson, "She's a (feminist) lady." The Globe and Mail [Toronto], July 28, 2001
Diana Cage, "Myles on Myles" & "Cool Hand Dyke," Girlfriends, July, 2001 Mellis, Miranda, "Uncovered." Boulder Weekly, June 28, 2001.
Frances Richard, "Never Real, Always True: An Interview with Eileen Myles." Provincetown Arts, 2000.
Michelle Tea, "Lit." San Francisco Bay Guardian Literary Supplement, June 2001 Holland Cotter, "Poetry Soaked in the Personal and Political." New York Times, May 30, 2001.
Tom Padilla, Posmans, No. 6, Book Sense 76, March-April 2001.
Terri Griffith, "Review." Bust, Spring 2001.
Laurie Weeks, "Eileen Myles' 'Cool For You.'" Index Magazine, April, 2001.
Chris Kraus, "Girls, Interrupted." The Nation, January 1, 2001.
Dodie Bellamy, "A Rebellious Spirit in an Institutional World." San Francisco Chronicle, January, 2001.
Carol Anshaw, "Cool Reflections." The Advocate, January 30, 2001.
Eleanor Levine, "Staying Cool." The New York Blade News, December 15, 2000.
Nate Lippens, "Cool Troubador." The Stranger [Seattle], December 7, 2000.
Monica Drake, "Women and the Cache of Cool." Portland Mercury, December 7, 2000.
Susan Barribeau, "Eileen Myles: Cool For Wisconsin." INStep, November 30- December 13, 2000.
Chris Kraus "Supplement B: Ecceity, Smash and Grab: The Expanded I and Moment." French Theory in America, eds. S. Lotringer & Sande Cohen, Routledge, 2001.
Sue Harrison, "Myles Turns Her Life Into an Open Book." Provincetown Banner, November 9, 2000.
Charles Shipman, "Author's Sense of Alienation Shades Melancholy Novel."
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 5, 2000.
Gerry Gomez Pearlberg, "Myles Ahead," Time Out New York, November 2-9, 2000.
Emily Drabinski, "OUT Front Reviews." Out Magazine, November 2000.
Eleanor Levine, "Staying Cool." New York Blade News, December 15, 2000.
"NY Poet-in-Residence at Center." Provincetown Banner, June 24, 1999.
Castle, Terry, "Terror on the Vineyard." London Review of Books, April 15, 1999.
Holland Cotter, "American Poets Find a Louder Voice." New York Times: The Living Arts, July 14, 1998.
Patrick Durgin, "Eileen Myles." DLB 193, 1998.
Leslie Skantz-Hodgson, "Poet Addresses Hampshire Grads." Union News/Sunday Union News/Sunday Republican, Springfield MA, May 17,1998.
Amy Kellner, "Eileen Myles: Interview." Index Magazine, January-February, 1998.
Laurie Stone, "VOICE CHOICES." Village Voice, January 20, 1998.
Beth Greenfield, "Going the Extra Myles." HX For Her, October 1, 1997.
Gabrielle Glancy, "Sea of Life: School of Fish." Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review, Fall, 1997.
Lisa Cohen, "Myles to Go: Poet Eileen Myles Hits the Road." OUT Magazine, August 1997.
Jonathan Taylor, "The Female in Poetry." The Nation, July 21, 1997.
Louise Rafkin, "Great Expectorations: San Francisco's Sister Spit Heads East." The Boston Phoenix, July 1997.
Gehman, Pleasant, "Readings Pick of the Week." LA Weekly, June 27-July 3, 1997.
Noah De Lissovoy, "Backyard History: Searching for the Social Whole in the Poetry of Eileen Myles." Talisman 17, Summer 1997.
Lori Lubeski, "On Eileen Myles." Talisman 17, Summer 1997.
Greg Masters, "Eileen Myles: An Intro." Talisman 17, Summer 1997.
Alice Notley, "Eileen Myles in Performance." Talisman 17, Summer 1997.
Edward Foster, "An Interview with Eileen Myles." Talisman 17, Summer 1997. "Eileen Myles," The Stranger [Seattle], 1997.
Lisa Robertson, "Review: School of Fish." The Stranger [Seattle], 1997
Robert McG. Thomas Jr., "Ginsberg is Remembered in Word and Spirit." New York Times, April 13, 1997.
Gabrielle Glancy, "The Heart of  Maybe: The Poetry of Eileen Myles." Icon, October 1995.
Dennis Cooper, "Real Life Rock Dennis Cooper's Top 10." ArtForum, Summer 1996.
Erika Taylor "Fiction: Chelsea Girls." Los Angeles Times, November 6, 1994.
Jeannine De Lombard, "Book Review: Chelsea Girls. "New York Times Book Review, September 25, 1994.
E. J. Graff, "Eileen Myles: Chelsea Girls." OUT Magazine, July-August 1994.
Liz Galst, "Local Hero: Arlington Native Eileen Myles Mixes Prose and Politics." Boston Phoenix, July 1994.
Ellen Krout-Hasegawa, "Reading Pick of the Week." LA Weekly, July 1994.
Erin Blackwell, "Myles on Myles." Bay Area Reporter [San Francisco], September 15, 1994.
Glen Helfand, "Leadership." San Francisco Weekly, September 1, 1993.
Kevin Killian and Dodie Bellamy, "Review." Small Press Traffic, 1991.
Sarah Schulman, "Eileen Myles: It Could Be Verse." Interview, December 1990.
Lesli Allison, "Myles shares poetic urban living drama." The New Mexican, July, 1991.
Robyn Selman, "Everything Has Its Place: Not Me." Kenyon Review, 1991.
C. Carr, "Spies Like Us: On the Road With Myles, Rower, and Mueller." Voice Literary Supplement, June 1991.
James Conrad, "Without Me, You're Nothing." Outweek, May 8, 1991.
C. Carr, "Books for Art's Sake: Bread & Water." Village Voice, December 22, 1987.
Jane Bosveld, "Poetry in Short: A Fresh Young Voice from the Plains and Sappho's Boat." Ms. Magazine, September 1982.

 

EDITING
The New Fuck You/Adventures in Lesbian Reading. Eileen Myles and Liz Kotz, eds. NY: Semiotext(e), 1995.
dodgems. NY: Fido Productions, 1977-79.
Ladies Museum/An Anthology of New Downtown Women Poets.
Eileen Myles, Susie Timmons, Rochelle Kraut, eds.. NY: Rag-on Press, 1977.

 

CURATING & ARTS ADMINISTRATION
St. Mark's Poetry Project, New York, Artistic Director, 1984-86
"Scout." Ongoing literary and performance/film series with nationally & internationally known writers & artists, Threadwaxing Space, New York; Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo; Participant Inc. Gallery, New York, 1998

 

TEACHING
Columbia University, “Poetry and the Avant Garde: seminar”, Spring, 2012.
Hugo Visiting Prof. U. of Montana (Missoula), Spring 2010.
University of California at San Diego, 2002-07, Professor Emeritus, Literature Department.
Bard College, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, 2002, 2005. 2007, writing faculty.
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, 2001, Writer in Residence
Otis College of Art & Design,Los Angeles, Master of Fine Arts Program, 2000, Adjunct Professor, Writing About Art
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, Master of Fine Arts Program, 2000, Adjunct Professor, "The Expanded 'I'"
Eugene Lang College, New York, 1996, Adjunct Professor
The New School for Social Research, New York, 1996, Adjunct Professor, Poet as Film
Baruch College, New York, 1993, Instructor, Creative Writing, English as a Second Language
Parsons School of Design, New York, 1991-1992, Instructor, Image and Text.
Writing workshops, New York, 1987-2001, conducted independently organized 10-week sessions on avant-garde poetics and culture.

 

WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE & WORKSHOPS (SELECTED)
Piet Zwart, Rotterdam, March, 2012.
Duke, Blackburn fellow, March 2011.
Hurst Professor, Washington University, St. Louis, Nov. 1-14, 2010.
Indiana Writers Workshop, U. of Indiana, Bloomington, June 2010.
Naropa Institute, Boulder, 2005-2011, 2000-2002, 1998, 1994, 1991
Tin House, Reed College, Portland, OR, 2008
Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC, 2002, 2001
Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, 2001
Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown MA, 2000-2004.
Schoolhouse Art Center, Provincetown, Poet in Residence, 1999
Minneapolis College of Art, MN, 1998

PANELS & CONVERSATIONS
“Red, White, & BluePoets on Politics,” PSA at New School, April 2012.
Conversation (& reading) with Monica Youn, for VIDA, AWP, 2012.
“No layoffs from this condensery: Class & Labor in Poetry,” AWP, 2012
“Performance and Collaboration as Practice”, Naropa, June 2011.
“Teaching Queer Writing,” AWP, 2011.
“New Novelists,” The Loft, Minneapolis, Nov. 2010.
“On Howl,” Angelika Film Center, Sept. 1010.
“On LGBT literature,” U. Mass (Amherst), Oct 2010.
“A Poet for President: Eileen Myles and Her Run for the White House.” Night School Public Seminar 7: Paul Chan New Museum, New York, 2008.
“Queering the 70s.” Poetry in the 70s conference, University of Maine, Orono, 2008.
“Letters to Poets: Conversations about Politics, Poetics and Community.” Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference, New York, 2008.
“The Expanding Gallery.” University of California at San Diego Gallery, 2008.
“Women and the New York School.” Modernist Studies Association Conference, 2007.
“The Politics of Poetry.” New York Small Press Book Fair, 2006.
“The Pathetic Conference.“ Panelist and organizer, VAPS, UCSD, 2005.
“Eye: The Poetry of James Schuyler." Modern Language Association, 2005.
“Inside/Outsiders.” Associated Writing Program, Chicago, 2004.
“Dislocutions:” POWERING UP/POWERING DOWN, University of California, San Diego, 2004.
“Lavender & Green: Queer Irish Writing.” San Francisco Public Library, 2003.
"The State of Lesbian and Gay Fiction." DTW/Publishing Triangle, New York, 2003.
“What’s Feminism Got to do with it? Gender Politics, Poetry and Everyday Life in the 21st Century." Poet’s House, New York, 2002.
"New York Mirrors: Schuyler, O'Hara and Merrill in the Fifties and Sixties." City University of New York Graduate Center, New York, 2002.
"Curating the Invisible." Scout Festival, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, 2001.
"Flailing the Narrative: Subverting & Rewriting Narrative Expectations." Poetry/Rare Books Room, State University of New York Library, Buffalo, 2001.
"Talking Dirty: Sexual Politics, Pornography & Desire." Big Orbit Gallery, Buffalo, 2001.
"Reviews That Should Have Been Written: Poetry, the Press and the Public Space." University of Pennsylvania Library, Philadelphia, 2000.
"Writing About Art." Provincetown Art Association, 2000.
"Frank O'Hara: A Tribute." Poetry Society of America, New York, 2000.
"Sky's the Limit." Schoolhouse Art Center, Provincetown, 1999.
"Women, Men and the Economics of Difference." The New School for Social Research, New York, 1998.
"Poetry: What Else Do You Do?" Reader's & Writer's Conference, San Francisco, 1997.
"Subverting the Narrative." Outwrite Conference, Boston, 1996.
"Acid Migration in Books." The Donnell Library, New York, 1993.
"Representation & The Subculture of Queer." Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, 1992.
"Shakespeare's Sisters." The Naropa Institute, Boulder, 1991.

 

LECTURES (a selection)
“Myself (Pornography) Cooper Union Talk Series, Dec. 2011.
“21st C economy – it’s flat!” for “6 Instant Lectures”, curated by Adam
Fitzgerald, PS122 Gallery, Sept. 15, 2011.
“Myself (Pornography) U. Illinois (Chicago) Artist Talk Series, March 2011.
“Hurst Lecture,” Washington University, St. Louis, November, 2010.
“Cause,” Tendencies: Poetics & Practice 4/9, CUNY, 2010.
“Yoga for Losers,” Advancing Feminist Poetics, CUNY, Spring 2010.
“Vernacular Scholarship.” California College of Art, Oakland, Feb. 2010.
“Vernacular Scholarship.” UC, San Diego, Dec. 2009. “Pleasures of a Painful Book: “Vernacular Scholarship”, U. of Winnipeg, Oct. 2009.
“Vernacular Scholarship.” Just Buffalo, Sept. 2009.
“Poetry & Activism.” Poetry in a Time of Crisis, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2004.
"The Nature Poetry of James Schuyler." Wave Hill Conservancy, New York, 2001.
"What Moves Me: Poetry, Sexuality & Media." Emerson College, Boston, 2001.
"The End of New England." Keynote Talk, The Provincetown Poetry Festival, Provincetown, 2001.
"The Recorded Century." Toyota Lecture, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, 1999.
"Keeping Score," Poetics Department, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1998.
"Universal Cycle." Commencement Address, Hampshire College, Amherst, 1998.
"The Score." Poetics Department, New College of California, San Francisco, 1997.
"The Poet's Body." Politics and Internet zum Dritten Tausend, Munich, Germany, 1997.
"James Schuyler." Naropa Institute, Boulder, 1994.
"The Poet in the World." Small Press Distribution, Berkeley, CA, 1992.
"Write In Myles '92: A Poet Runs for President." National Campaign Tour, 1991-92.

 

FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS AND AWARDS
Guggenheim Fellowship, Afterglow, (memoir), 2012.
Lambda Book Award for Lesbian Fiction, (Inferno) 2011.
Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Fellow, 2011.
Shelley Award, Poetry Society of America, 2010.
Fellow, The MacDowell Colony, 2009, 1996, 1991
Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital, Arts Writers Grant, 2007
The University of California's Institute for Research in the Arts (UCIRA),for Hell, 2004
University of California Humanities Center Grant, for Hell, 2004
Research and Travel Grant, University of California, San Diego, 2004
Muir College Enrichment Grant, for Hell, 2004
Foundation for Contemporary Performance Touring Grant, 2001
New York Foundation for the Arts, Poetry, 1999
Bucknell Art Museum Residency, for Hide & Seek, 1998
Lambda Book Award, 1998, 1995
Fellow, The Blue Mountain Arts Center, NY, 1997
The Fund for Poetry, 1996, 1990, 1988
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA/CEC) ArtsLink Grant, 1995
Franklin Furnace Performance Fund, 1995
Ludwig Voegelstein Award, 1995.
New York State Council on the Arts Theater Commission, with performer Carmelita Tropicana for Our Sor Juana, 1994
Rex Foundation Grant, (The Grateful Dead) 1994
Fellow, Djerassi Foundation, 1994
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Performance/Inter-Arts Grant, (Modern Art) 1989
New York State Creative Artist's Public Services Grant, (poetry) 1980

 

SELECTED READINGS
Audiatur, Bergen, Norway, 4-day poetry festival focused on TS Eliot’s
The Wasteland, April, 2012.
Goucher College, April, 2012.
Piet Zwart, Rotterdam, (Residency), March 2012.
UCLA, March 2012.
Portland State U. MFA reading, March 2012.
Poets & Scholars Confernce, UT, Austin, Feb. 2012.
Vermont Studio Center, Feb 2012.
Godard College, Port Jefferson, Summer 2011.
Juniper Writers Summer Institute, June 2011
Music Hall of Williamsburg with Thurston Moore, I Kill Tractor, June 2011.
Missoula Art Museum, May 2011.
U of Georgia, Athens, Feb 2011.
Duke, Blackburn Fellow, Feb. 2012.
Pomona, Dec. 2010.
Poet’s House, reading & conversation, October 2010.
New College of Florida, Sarasota, May 2010.
U. of Montana March 2010.
Washington State U. Pullman, Feb. 2010.
(Missoula)Serpentine Gallery Poetry Marathon, London, Oct. 2009.
Castillo / Corrales Gallery, Paris, October 2009.
Aids Poetic Retrospective, Harvard University, Oct. 2009.
Georgetown University, November 2009.
Reed College, Portland, OR, 2008
Hammer Museum, University of California, Los Angeles, 2008
Beat Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland, 2008
Union Square Poetry Series, Somerville, MA, 2007
Chicago Art Institute, 2007
Literaturfestival, Berlin, 2006
Bumbershoot Festival, Seattle, 2006
Folger Library, Washington, DC, 2005
Séance Conference, Red Cat Theater, California Institute of the Arts, 2004
Philly Sound, Writer's House, University of Pennsylvania, 2004
University of California, Santa Cruz, 2004
City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco, 2004
Barnard College, New York, 2003
Wesleyan College, Middletown, CT, 2003
Syracuse University, 2003
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2003
Harvard University, Boston, 2002
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, 2002
Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, 2001
University of California, Santa Cruz, 2001
Hugo House, Seattle, 2000.
Housingworks Bookstore, New York, 2000
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 2000
Bookforum at Joe's Pub, The Public Theater, New York, 2000
Knitting Factory, New York, 2000
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, 1999
Columbia University, New York, 1998
Mills College, Oakland, CA 1998
University of Hawaii, Hilo, 1998
Poetry Center at San Francisco State University, 1998
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1997
Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Boston, 1997
Kjarvalsstadir Museum, Reykavik, Iceland, 1996
DIA Center for the Arts, New York, 1996
Borei, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1995
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York, 1995
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, 1993
Literaturhaus: Berlin, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, & Weimar, Germany, 1993 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1992
Brown University, Providence, RI, 1992
University of California at San Diego, 1991
Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1990
Nuyorican Poets' Cafe, New York, 1986
Detroit Institute of the Arts, 1985
Rutgers University, NJ, 1982
CBGB's, New York, 1978
St. Mark's Poetry Project Workshop Reading, 1976