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

Bruce Holsapple Reads | Vox Audio

Bruce Holsapple is currently working in central New Mexico as a speech-language pathologist. He taught briefly and has a scholarly essay on Phil Whalen’s poetry forthcoming in Paideuma. His poems have appeared in The Poker, House Organ, First Intensity and Blue Mesa. Bruce Holsapple is one of the creators of Contraband, the first persistently serious and successful little magazine in Maine, running from the early 1970s into the mid-1980s. Holsapple grew up in Dexter, tended trap lines as a teenager, attended the University of Maine in the late 1960s and hooked up there with mentors and partners like Burt Hatlen and Jim Bishop. After preliminary excursions out of state, he returned to Portland in about 1969, and then with Bishop, Michael Barriault, Peter Kilgore and others, started publishing saddle-stitched collections of poetry, Contraband. Some early issues are worth money on the Stephen and Tabitha King collectors market. Continue reading