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Remembering Richard O. Moore, Part 2

By Garrett Caples On Saturday, October 24, at 8 p.m. here in the Bay Area, KQED (Channel 9) will present a short, four-film retrospective of documentaries directed by poet & filmmaker Richard O. Moore as a member of the KQED … Continue reading

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Remembering Richard O. Moore, Part One

by Garrett Caples With the death of poet-filmmaker Richard O. Moore (1920-2015) this past March—two days before his second collection, Particulars of Place, was published by Omnidawn—American poetry lost the last surviving member of the original SF Renaissance, that group … Continue reading

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Homage to Richard O. Moore (1920-2015)

(Photo of Richard O. Moore, 2011, by Brian Lucas) by Garrett Caples It is with much sadness that I have to report that poet and filmmaker Richard O. Moore died on March 25, 2015, a week before the official publication … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month: The Films of Richard O Moore

In a week from today City Lights will have the pleasure of San Francisco Renaissance poet (and the founder of KPFA) Richard O Moore‘s company; he will be here on the 2nd of May at 7pm celebrating the re-release of … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month: Poets in the zoo? And jazz musicians too?

Video of Michael McClure taken from the USA Poetry series by Richard O. Moore… And here’s Rahsaan Roland Kirk playing for the animals at the zoo, a short excerpt from the Rhapsody film Sound?  Of course at City Lights we … Continue reading

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