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ARB has a digital review copy of Ben Berman Ghan‘s Visitation Seeds (845 Press).
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From the publisher:
Imagine: While we sleep, something like an angel is kneeling on the Moon, planting seeds. It has travelled across the void to us. Call it a Gardener.
When we wake, there is a forest growing in the night sky. The Visitation Seeds have come.
In a future where life has mysteriously sprung forth on the Moon, humanity seizes a new land to colonize, raising cities from the silver dust. Now, after decades of settlement and growth, something is stirring. The voice of a young man is calling out from the graveyards. The dead no longer lie still beneath the ground. From Earth, a lone cyborg is dispatched to solve the mystery of resurrection and quell all rebellion, but her journey beneath the pomegranate trees will lead her on a darker path, towards a secret that will undo the growing world beneath her feet.
About the author:
Hi! My name is Ben Berman Ghan, I am a queer Jewish disabled, writer, editor, and academic based in Tkaronto/Toronto, site of Treaty 13 and Williams Treaty territory, where I’ve completed an HBA from the University of Toronto, and an MA in English from Ryerson University. I am the author of What We See in the Smoke (Crowsnest Books, 2019) and Visitation Seeds (845 Press, 2020)