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The world we know is coming to an end. How will we connect in the strange and frightening one that’s coming to take its place?

What We See in the Smoke twists the genres of realism and science fiction to tell the future history of Toronto, a story that stretches from this millennium to the next. The novel leaps across the boundaries of time and space, as present and future
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Ben Berman Ghan is an author and editor from Toronto, finishing an HBA with a major in English Literature, Philosophy, and Writing and Rhetoric at The University of Toronto, and moving to a MA in English at Ryerson University’s Literatures of Modernity program.

His fiction, poetry, and essays (but mostly fiction) have appeared in The Goose, The UC Review, Indigo Lit, Occulum Journal, Kaaterskill Ba
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