Friday, August 31, 2007

Kim Goldberg

Kim Goldberg
Originally uploaded by random acts of poetry
Kim Goldberg spends her days roaming the scrubby margins of poetry, hoping to glimpse the elusive Unbounded Thought. Results of her forays have been cropping up in Prism International, The Dalhousie Review, Nimrod International Journal, Rampike, filling Station, On Spec, The Arabesques Review (Algeria), and other literary magazines in North America and abroad. Her latest book, Ride Backwards On Dragon (Leaf Press), maps her journey through the alien landscape of inner alchemy in a series of poems based on a 1,000-year-old martial art from China. In a former life she was a journalist and author of several nonfiction books. Her articles on politics and current events have appeared in Macleans, Canadian Geographic, Nature Canada, This Magazine, The Progressive, BBC Wildlife, and numerous other periodicals for more than twenty years.
She lives in Nanaimo, where she co-hosts a periodic “Urban Poetry Caf√©” on Radio CHLY (101.7 FM).

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