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Rah! Rah! Roundup

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For your Feminist Friday enjoyment: every plant and animal from Emily Dickinson’s poems, catalogued.

Read Weird Sister Caolan Madden’s poem “Haworth Honeymoon” in the new issue of Inferior Planets.

Krystal Languell talks about unpaid labor, ethics, and the unsung heroes of small press publishing.

“There needs to be a literary Juneteenth. We can’t rely on publications and presses that have, through the actions and complicity of their leadership, proven oppressive.” – Casey Rocheteau on why she left The OffingContinue reading

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Chronology Doesn’t Always Feel Good: An Interview with Eileen Myles

Photo by: Annabel Graham

Photo by: Annabel Graham

On November 10, 2013, I interviewed Eileen Myles over the phone. Our discussion was focused on her two-books-published-as-one, Snowflake and different streets. Now that Eileen has recently released two books on the same date—it seemed fitting to finally release this interview into the world. Here is Part 1 of 2 of my interview with Eileen Myles.


Cathy de la Cruz: These questions are all about Snowflake and different streets.

Eileen Myles: I love this new twist in our relationship.

CD: I know… it’s so weird, but it’s kind of hilarious. In my mind, you are this book right now and you’re not my friend, Eileen. I mean that in the best way possible.

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