Kim Goldberg

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Kim Goldberg was born in 1954 in Eugene, Oregon. She earned a B.A. in biology from the University of Oregon in 1977 before relocating to Nanaimo, British Columbia. Goldberg has been a full-time writer since moving to Canada and she was the BC Current Affairs columnist for Canadian Dimension magazine from 1990-2002. Goldberg lives in Nanaimo.


Books by Kim Goldberg

1990
The Barefoot Channel: Community Television as a Tool for Social Change (non-fiction)
1991
Submarine Dead Ahead! Waging Peace in America's Nuclear Colony (non-fiction)
1993
Vox Populi: Getting Your Ethnic Group on Community TV (non-fiction)
1997
Where to See Wildlife on Vancouver Island (non-fiction)
2007
Ride Backwards on Dragon: a poet's journey through Liuhebafa (poetry)
2009
Red Zone (poetry)
 
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Added 14 April 2010.
Updated 07 January 2012.