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Lorna Crozier


Lorna Crozier is a Governor General's Award-winning poet whose latest published collection is Apocrypha of Light (1992). She has also edited two non-fiction anthologies, Desire in Seven Voices and Addicted: Notes from the Belly of the Beast, and she teaches at the University of Victoria. "Spit," published in Geist 48, is part of a collection of personal essays, a work-in-progress.

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Why doesn’t anyone in North America say barmy for balmy? According to my research, Barmy came first and still enjoys a jolly life. But most North American dictionaries don’t even mention the earlier Scots barmy. 

Simon McGavin, Cyberspace

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