I am proud to share that I will be beginning a Ph.D. in English Literature this coming fall at The University of Calgary in the fall of 2022! I am very grateful for the opportunity to resume and further my studies, especially in a department so keenly interested in the critical and creative sides of … Continue reading I’m going back to school again, again!
When I was tiny, I still read before I could read. In the dark and under blankets, voices whispered from foamy, tinny speakers, telling me of other worlds, pirates, monsters, and talking mice. Then everything would go "ssshhhhhwipwip," and I'd have to spend ten minutes or so reaching into the bowels of the sony walkman, desperate … Continue reading Untangling the Cassette (At Audible.com)
To celebrate the beginning of Halloween season, I am happy to share my ever so slightly spooky poem The New Gods of the House in Abyss and Apex issue 80! You can read or listen to my narration of this poetic homage to the works of Jack Kirby right here, alongside the other great works … Continue reading The New Gods of The House
Looking for an affordable freelance editor for your short works? I am opening my doors to comprehensive edits, copy edits, and critiques!
Tonight, the 2020 chapbooks of 845 Press, Rose Garden Press, and Baseline Press were set loose! and along with them, my novella Visitation Seeds has been officially unleashed onto the world! You can buy 3 different digital formats right here from from the 845 Press Catalogue as well as picking it up as a kindle … Continue reading The Visitation Seeds have landed! (Novella links)
That Ghostly Voyage Beyond For you, I would relinquish My precious solitary signified being and embrace a gaseous dizzying Consciousness of nebulae …Ben Berman Ghan
A Bird of Flesh and Futures I take the knife and slice Pieces of myself away and Hand them to be scattered Along tattered and uncertain timelines …Ben Berman Ghan
Looking back on 1 year since my book was released, and how we can continue supporting our stores and authors
Hello everyone, It’s sort of shocking to realize that my last post was barely a month ago. March was 80 years long. In case you missed it, you can read my poem A Bird of Flesh and Futures in Cypress Poetry Journal as their first piece. They are quickly building a wonderful little catalogue that … Continue reading Writing in times of crisis