Dave Moore

Dave Moore is based in Bristol, England, and was the founding editor and publisher of The Kerouac Connection magazine (1984-2000) and compiler and editor of Neal Cassady: Collected Letters, 1944-1967 (Penguin, 2004). Author of many articles on the Beat writers, he also writes on mystery and crime fiction as well as jazz and blues. Dave has just completed an on-line guide to the 600+ characters in Kerouac’s Duluoz Legend, and other Beat works. See the guide here.

See also his Galleries of Beat Book Covers and recordings relating to and inspired by Jack Kerouac and/or Neal Cassady.

Dave has also recently set up a new discussion forum, the Kerouac Studies Group. All EBSN members are invited to visit the group’s home page and sign up for membership.

Dave also contributes to these websites:

Empty Mirror

Dharma Beat

1 Response to Dave Moore

  1. Please add me to all related lists and groups. I was one of the supremely stoned ones present at “Wholly Communion”, it was the last ‘event’ I attended before leaving the mother country for good, first stop was 4 years on Ibiza. To the best of my recollection a group of us had just returned from a CND London-Aldermaston match. Been living in the colonies for over 40 years, primarily and currently in San Francisco. Married to Lisa Brinker who was once married to Gregory Corso and who raised his son Max as a single mother. You may want check out ‘The Beatnik Shindig’, a three day event in SF a couple of weeks ago presented by Jerry Cimino of ‘The Beat Museum’. While most of ‘the notables’ are dead, a number of their contemporaries presented and it was a wonderful happening. A dear friend of Gregory’s and ours is currently researching Nunzio’s life and hopes to publish a biography before all memories fade. Any first hand accounts and recollections would be appreciated.
    Long Live Man.
    Patrick Monk. RN Hospice Case Manager. SF. Ca. USA.


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