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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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Sharing the Fire – Uncivilisation Gathering on Vancouver Island Aug 2015

by Kim Goldberg May 14, 2015 When: August 28-30, 2015 Where: Thistledown Farm, 2869 Cedar Road, Nanaimo, BC V9X 1K3 What: A creative think-tank of writers and artists Accommodation: Mostly tenting Cost: $60 (US or Canadian funds) – includes basic … 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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Facebook vs. Twitter – Who Delivers?

Obviously we don’t really need to choose. Authors, artists, activists, and even non-A people can have a cyber-finger in both social media pies. And most of us do. This is why twitterers are always tweeting links to their pages, photo … Continue reading

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