Paul Moore, Jr. was the Episcopal Bishop of New York for twenty years and one of last century’s most prominent liberal social activists. In a new memoir, his daughter describes coming of age in a famous family and how her father’s secret bisexuality shaped his life and her own.


  • Honor Moore the author of three poetry collections and a biography "The White Blackbird. She teaches at the New School and Columbia University.

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