9 Fab Anthologies

9 Fab Anthologies That Deserve More Attention (and not just because I’m in them ;) ) 

Shifting Sands: Jewish Women Confront the Israeli Occupation. Edited by Osie Gabriel Adelfang. (2010, Whole World Press, Bellevue, Washington)

Zahir Anthology. Edited by Sheryl Tempchin. (2010, Zahir Publishing, Encinatas, California)

I Go to the Ruined Place: Contemporary Poems in Defense of Global Human Rights. Edited by Melissa Kwasny and M.L. Smoker. (2009, Lost Horse Press, Sand Point, Idaho)

Lavanderia: A Mixed Load of Women, Wash and Word. Edited by Donna J. Watson, Michelle Sierra and Lucia Gbaya Kanga. (2009, San Diego City Works Press, San Diego, California)

Regreen: New Canadian Ecological Poetry. Edited by Madhur Anand and Adam Dickenson. (2009, Your Scrivener Press, Sudbury, Ontario)

Rocksalt: An Anthology of Contemporary BC Poetry. Edited by Mona Fertig and Harold Rhenisch. (2008, Mother Tongue Publishing, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia)

Crossing Lines: Poets Who Came to Canada in the Vietnam War Era. Edited by Allan Briesmaster and Steven Michael Berzensky. (2008, Seraphim Editions, Hamilton, Ontario)

Tesseracts Eleven: Amazing Canadian Speculative Fiction. Edited by Cory Doctorow and Holly Phillips. (2007, Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, Calgary, Alberta)

Witness to Wilderness: The Clayoquot Sound Anthology. Edited by Howard Breen-Needham, Sandy Frances Duncan, Deborah Ferens, Phyllis Reeve and Susan Yates. (1994, Arsenal Pulp Press, Vancouver British Columbia)

About Kim Goldberg

Kim Goldberg is an award-winning poet, journalist and author of 6 books. Latest titles: RED ZONE (poems of homelessness) and RIDE BACKWARDS ON DRAGON: a poet's journey through Liuhebafa. She lives in Nanaimo, BC. Contact: goldberg@ncf.ca
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