NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS

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From New York Times PROGNOSIS review: “Moore is preoccupied with old age, loneliness, mortality, and also with the American body politic’s own failure. These are poems of arresting lyric reportage; whimsical, tragic, a touch fantastical…”  read more

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From Star Tribune PROGNOSIS review: “Minnesota poet Jim Moore confronts the modern world with a wise and compassionate eye”  read more

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Jim’s “Artist Statement: Talking & Listening to Plants” is featured in the inaugural issue of Plant-Human Quarterly. Read it here

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A poem by Jim Moore is featured in the newest issue of The Paris Review, Summer 2021.

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Read, or hear Jim read, “Poem That Ends at the Ocean” published March 2021 on The New Yorker website.

The same poem and poems that led up to it were discussed in ‘Trauma and World Literature: ‎“Poem that Ends at the Ocean” by Jim Moore’ on the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies.

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Sleet.com has published several new poems by Jim Moore in the Spring/Summer 2021 issue. See the poems here.

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See an article in The Sewanee Review by a poet who won a contest there and wrote about the ways Jim’s work influenced her. It includes a brief excerpt from the poem “Snow.”

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Jim recently had poems published in two online magazines: Parhelion and Escape into Life.

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Jim was the reader at the Pankcake Poetry Reading Series at the University of Minnesota, April 2019.  You can see the reading here.

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Jim has published a number of poems recently in The SunYou can find them here.

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Jim’s poem True Enough was featured as “Poem of the Week” on Alison McGhee’s blog

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An excerpt from one of Jim’s poems was featured on the New York subway system.  Here is the poem and Jim talking about it.

EVENTS

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Reading and Talk with poet Barbara Ras

November 18
7 pm (online)
Brazos Bookstore, Houston, Texas

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