Bill Moore is a writer, photographer, and blues musician living in Greensboro, NC, but he has visited Chapel Hill and Durham enough to find The Blotter magazine, where Epistemologies was published in December, 2016. Currently he hangs out in Chatham County as much as he can.
He taught high school English for a generation at Greensboro Day School, specializing in American Literature, Advanced Placement Rhetoric, and Creative Writing. He edited the school literary magazine, Letters from the Edge, for over 20 years, and is proud that a significant number of participants in Creative Writing and the literary magazine – like Nic Brown, Kelly Link, Emily Barker, Maggie Rosen, and Sally Rosen – have become professional writers.
Moore wrote freelance music journalism for The Greensboro News & Record, and Triad weekly publications, during the 1980s and 1990s. He was the main writer for the music history book, AMPEG: The Story behind the Sound, published in 1999 and Vintage Guitar Magazine book of the year then. Recently he was Editor and Staff Writer for Pryme Magazine of instant photography.
Retired from teaching, Moore decided to begin fiction writing to see where it might lead, starting with a variety of flash fictions, under the general concept and title “Epistemologies.” He has been published online by 67 Press of Winston-Salem.