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Richard O. Moore Returns with Poetry (and Videos!) May 7, 2013: Bay Area poets participated in an amazing reading on Sunday by 93 year-old emerging poet Richard O. Moore (who's no stranger to us here, and here). He's the co-founder of KPFA (first listener-supported radio station in the U.S., 1949), a founding member of KQED-TV (sixth U.S. public station to go on the air, 1954) a filmmaker, and the director [...] by

Newly Surfaced Footage of Frank O’Hara in Richard Moore’s USA: Poetry (1966) December 4, 2012: Ron Silliman scooped this the other day, but but we can't help help. Newly surfaced footage of Frank O'Hara from a film by Richard Moore: USA: Poetry (1966). Got 15 minutes? Sure ya do. As noted in the video, O'Hara died a few weeks after this film was completed. "Suds in the lake / suds in my heart." Courtesy Thirteen/WNET New York, Richard O. [...] by

“Particulars of Place” at The Brooklyn Rail July 17, 2012: The Brooklyn Rail has posted a long poem by Richard O. Moore, a rare occurrence indeed. A little on Moore: One of the original circle of anarchist poets centered around Kenneth Rexroth in the 1940s--including Robert Duncan, Jack Spicer, Philip Lamantia, Madelaine Gleason, William Everson, James Broughton, and Thomas Parkinson--RICHARD O. [...] by