eileen myles

We who support Sanders are not BernieBros. Please don't demean us by calling us that. It is not about hating Hillary's gender. It is about our own desperate desire for feminist values.
Eileen Myles wrote that line. If you follow contemporary American poetry, you probably heard of her years ago: she is the
I'd call Memories of the Revolution "invaluable" -- if only that word conveyed how exhilarating it is to read this new book, the inside story of the women's theater corps that infiltrated New York culture in the '80s, transforming it in ways that continue to resonate.
By Kathleen Rooney Both in person and in her poetry, Morgan Parker believes in putting everything up front. She says this
The new film Grandma tells a story rare for American cinema: a lesbian of advanced years (Lily Tomlin), in mourning for her soul mate and on skittish footing with the much younger woman she's been seeing (Judy Greer), is suddenly thrust into an adventure involving her teenage granddaughter (Julia Garner) and an unwanted pregnancy.
Giant Bunnies What: What better way to celebrate Easter than to watch totally creepy films about giant lurking bunnies? First
Salman Rushdie said, "a poet's work is to name the unnameable, to point at frauds, to take sides, start arguments, shape
We realize poetry seems unapproachable to some - in fact, it can pride itself in being so. But we encourage you to consider
The Transom recently learned that Emily Gould—former employee of publishing house Hyperion, blogger at Gawker, memoirist
Join the Craft and Folk Art Museum for the first ever in a new Etsy Craft Night series. The evening will transform the museum's outdoor courtyard into a hub of crafting and festivities.
Ridykeulous, founded by artists Nicole Eisenman and A.L. Steiner in 2005, describes itself as an effort to "subvert, sabotage