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The reintroduction of Margarett Sargent, whose works haven’t been exhibited since 1936, brings back a lost world of wealth and privileged bohemianism. These intriguing paintings conjure a creator in whom independence, self-indulgence intelligence, passion and a restless quest for beauty mingle to both productive and self-destructive effect.  
—Art in America
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    Teaching

    2013-2014

    The New School
    School of Writing
    Nonfiction Coordinator for the MFA program
    Teaching a Nonfiction Seminar

     

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    Columbia School of the Arts
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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    Poems from the Womens Movement

    Essays and excerpts related to the 2009 anthology “Poems from the Womens Movement,” by: Honor Moore

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    The Bishop's Daughter

    Essays and excerpts related to Honor Moores memoir, 2008

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    Disparu

    Poem from Red Shoes, Boston Review, February/March 2005

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    Great Granny Webster

    New York Review Books (2002) 

    Introduction to Great Granny Webster By Caroline Blackwood June 30 2002

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    A Poem of One’s Own

    O, The Oprah Magazine, November 2001

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    Close to Home: A House, Too, Can Be a Lifelong Companion

    The New York Times, April 18, 1996

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    The Responsibility of the Poet in a Nuclear Age

    Coda, June/July 1985

    “Imagining Events I Pray Will Never Occur”:
    The Responsibility of the Poet in a Nuclear Age
    by Honor Moore

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    Theatre Will Never Be the Same

    Ms., December 1977

    * OPHELIA RISING * BY JUDITH SHAKESPEARE * A JOSEPHINE PAPP PRODUCTION *

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    Polemic #1

    Polemic #1 and the accompanying portrait appeared in this form in THE NEW WOMAN’S SURVIVAL SOURCEBOOK, edited by Kirsten Grimstad and Susan Rennie and published by Knopf in 1975. “Honor Moore urges the reader to read this ‘polemic’ aloud.”. The photograph was taken by Susan Rennie

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    Tuesday
    Nov162010

    “Ladies and Gentleman, My Mother is Dying”

    Ms., November, 1974

    Susan Braudy

    I have thought the cancer was in my control.
    If I decide she will recover, it will go away—

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