I met Chris Moore at my local coffee shop this past winter. We’d say, “Hi”, sit by one another, and then do our own thing: I’d write, he’d meditate.

One day we started talking politics, which led to him asking what I write while sipping coffee, and then we discovered that we are both poets.  

During the two months that I used to brainstorm what is now the online magazine “”, Chris agreed to be interviewed, and taped reading his poetry for the mag.

Mark, the owner of the coffee shop where Chris and I sip, write, and chat, describes Chris’ writing as “Phenomenal!”

Enjoy Chris Moore’s very emotional, energetic, and elegant poetry.

Tune in to Black Coffee Poet Monday November 1, 2010 for a review of Chicana Poet Ana Castillo’s collection of poetry “My Father Was A Toltec”.


About Black Coffee Poet

Black Coffee Poet is a mixed race poet, essayist, and journalist who focuses on Social Justice, Indigenous Rights, STOPPING Violence Against Women, Film, and Literature.
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