Thursday, September 30, 2010

Eileen Myles

Coming soon to a reading series near you

Eileen Myles from Monofonus Press on Vimeo.

More on Myles from Emily Gould.

There was a sense of permission implicit in Myles’s writing; it might have been just the idea that your stories didn’t have to contain large frilly descriptive passages about how everything in a room looked and smelled and what everyone in the room was probably thinking. She gave me the idea that you could trust readers to assume a lot, and that not only did this mean less fakey straining for you, it also meant a different kind of experience for readers—a better kind, I thought.

1 comment:

t8 said...

'Write to be understood, speak to be heard, read to grow.' -Lawrence Clark Powell-