Tag Archives: Robert Duncan

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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When I Was a Poet: Life and Work of David Meltzer

If San Francisco poetry has its own Zelig, a figure who seems to pop up and blend in with all the scene’s different incarnations, then it must be David Meltzer, who turned 78 this past Tuesday. Meltzer moved to San Francisco from Los … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Notes on Thought and Vision by H.D.

Hilda Doolittle, better known as H.D., was an American poet, novelist, and memoirist in association with the avant-garde movements of the early 20th century. Considered a protege of Ezra Pound, H.D. relocated to London in 1911, where the Imagist movement … Continue reading

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This is not an e-mail: Excerpt from “Robert Duncan in San Francisco” by Michael Rumaker

February has been, at some point in time or another, unofficially deemed “letter writing month” Recognized elsewhere or not, we’re going with it.  Throughout the month, we’ll celebrate the lost art of letter writing by featuring new and backlisted titles … Continue reading

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