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Author: Loren Edizel

Loren Edizel was born in Izmir, Turkey, and has lived in Canada most of her life. She is the author of three novels, DAYS OF MOONLIGHT (Inanna Publications, 2018), ADRIFT (2011) (long-listed for the ReLit Awards), THE GHOSTS OF SMYRNA (2013), and a collection of short stories, Confessions: A Book of Tales (2014). THE GHOSTS OF SMYRNA was also published in Turkish, in Turkey, in 2017. Her short fiction has appeared in journals in both Canada and in Turkey. She lives in Toronto with her family.

Adrift
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Adrift

Mawenzi House/TSAR Publishers

Fiction. John arrives in a Montreal airport with a suitcase in hand. We do not know where he is from, or who he is. He takes up work as a night-shift nurse and writes his reflections and impressions in a notebook that he carries with him at all time...

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Confessions: A Book of Tales
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Confessions: A Book of Tales

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Why do we keep secrets and why do we confess them? The nine tales in this collection, all told in the first person, are each spun around a well-kept secret, willingly or inadvertently confessed. Sometimes the secrets are at the core of the ...

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Days of Moonlight
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Days of Moonlight

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Women's Studies. DAYS OF MOONLIGHT takes place mostly in Turkey between 1924 and 2010, and spans the lives of three generations who move as refugees from Crete to Izmir and finally to Toronto. The novel centres on the life and loves of Meht...

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The Ghosts of Smyrna
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The Ghosts of Smyrna

Mawenzi House/TSAR Publishers

Fiction. Middle Eastern Studies. THE GHOSTS OF SMYRNA is a historical novel which tells the story of the events leading to the great fire of Smyrna (modern day Izmir) in 1922, through the trials and tribulations of a Levantine family caught up in th...

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