Tag Archives: Taoism

Solitude and the Artist

by Kim Goldberg Most people simply cannot grok prolonged solitude. This makes it hard on those of us who work creatively as writers, artists, poets, visionaries. To think the thought that has never been thought, to write the line that … Continue reading

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Hesse: On Seeking…

What could I say to you that would be of value, except that perhaps you seek too much, that as a result of your seeking you cannot find. ~Hermann Hesse

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Welcome!

Welcome to Pig Squash Press! You have arrived at the cyber-home, alter ego, publishing imprint and creative conduit connecting me – Kim Goldberg – to the rest of the planet (and possibly beyond). My latest books are: Undetectable, a lyrical … Continue reading

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Ride Backwards on Dragon

My fifth book, Ride Backwards on Dragon: a poet’s journey through Liuhebafa, has recently been re-issued by Pig Squash Press and now has its own website over at liuhebafagirl. So come check us out! You’ll find lots of interesting stuff … Continue reading

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