Todd Moore (1937 – 2010) | A Memorial Reading | Vox Audio

This reading took place in tribute to Todd Moore at The Hardwood Art Center in Albuquerque, NM on May 22, 2010. Todd’s own reading from “The Name Is Dillinger” was produced by Todd Moore, J. A. Deane and Mark Weber for Zerxpress (2001) and is used with permission. Edited by Bruce Holsapple. Cover photo by Pete Jonsson. Copyright 2010 the Estate of Todd Moore, Zerxpress and Vox Audio PO Box S94 Magdalena NM 87825 Continue reading

Gary Brower Reads | Vox Audio

Gary L. Brower who holds a B.A. degree from Drury University in Spanish & History, M.A. & Ph.D. degrees in Romance Languages & Literatures from the University of Missouri at Columbia, has taught at Baker University (Ks.), Rogue Community College (Or.), University of Kansas, University of New Mexico, University of Southern California, University of California at Los Angeles, University of California at San Diego (visiting), as well as directing academic programs in Barcelona & Madrid, Spain, and Guadalajara, Mexico. A specialist in Hispanic Literature, especially of Latin America, he has published numerous essays in Spanish and English on writers such as Angel Gonzalez, Octavio Paz, Jorge Luis Borges, Carlos Fuentes, Juan Rulfo, Juan Carlos Onetti, Manoel Bandeira, Ernesto Sabato, Ezequiel Martinez Estrada & others, in various academic journals. He has also written two books on the impact of Japanese haiku on western poetry: The Haiku in Spanish American Poetry (Ann Arbor, University Micro) & An Annotated Bibliography of Haiku In Western Languages (with D. W. Foster), (Metuchen, NJ, Scarecrow Press). An associate editor of American Haiku magazine in its heydey, he also translated poems of Angel Gonzalez & Pablo Neruda. Continue reading