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Ben Berman Ghan is a Jewish Settler, writer, editor, and scholar based in Tkaronto/Toronto, site of Treaty 13 and Williams Treaty territory, working on his MA at Ryerson University's Literature of Modernity Program. He has worked as an editor on The Spectatorial, The Goose, The Hart House Review, Terse Journal, The White Wall Review, and a book of nonfiction for Guernica Editions. His essays, poems, and stories have been published in various journals, and his fix-up novel What We See in the Smoke was published by Crowsnest Books (2019). His research focuses on queer, postcolonial, and cultural posthumanist theory, and always on science fiction.


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21 Nov 2022

As far back as I could remember, Oma warned me about the bats. She said they would eat me if they found me exposed at night. But I knew the green light of the moon would protect me, even when I was still smaller than Oma.
The truth is: / she does not have to bend into a ceramic plate to carry us beautifully, & my father / isn't the hand that will break her.
the rattle of the rails, the shuffling-muttering of hundreds of passengers nestled in the one long limb of you
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