Kim Goldberg’s latest book is Red Zone (Pig Squash Press, 2009), a photo-illustrated poem diary of the homeless population in Nanaimo, British Columbia, where she lives. It has been taught as a literature course text at Vancouver Island University. Her first collection, Ride Backwards on Dragon (Leaf Press, 2007), was a Lampert Award finalist. Her poetry has appeared in Geist, West Coast Line, The Capilano Review, Matrix, Rampike, Prairie Fire and numerous other magazines and anthologies in Canada and abroad. More information is available at http://www.pigsquashpress.com.
Articles by Kim Goldberg
- Underpass (3) (January–February 2011)