Kim Goldberg is still one step ahead of the law somewhere on Vancouver Island. Her speculative tales have been busting out in Zahir, Here Be Monsters, Dark Mountain, Rattle, Tesseracts Eleven, Urban Green Man Anthology , West Coast Line and elsewhere. In 2008 she won the Rannu Fund Poetry Prize for Speculative Literature. She is currently writing her seventh book, a nonfiction work ( Refugium ) about people living with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity. She curates an International Online Gallery of Electro-Aware Art here: . Her primary website is .


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