Eileen G’Sell is a poet and culture critic with regular contributions to Los Angeles Review of Books, Hyperallergic, DIAGRAM, the Boston Review, and other outlets. Her first full-length volume of poetry, Life After Rugby, was published in 2018, and in 2019 she was nominated for the national Rabkin Foundation award in arts journalism. She teaches at Washington University in St. Louis and for the Prison Education Project at Missouri Eastern Correctional Center.
What do Women Really Deserve, featured in the Jan/Feb Issue of Current Affairs Magazine
In Praise of Small Hope: Petite Maman and Ambivalent Motherhood, published in The Hopkins Review, Volume 15, Number 1, Winter 2022
Breathing Lessons: An Interview with Céline Sciamma, from Reverse Shot, Museum of the Moving Image
Two Poems, Après le D&C & Isabelle Huppert, in the latest print issue of Fence Magazine
Two Poems, Black Velvet Woman & PS., from Figure 1, Digital Poetry Journal