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Gregory Betts is a poet, editor, essayist, and teacher originally from Vancouver and Toronto. He is the author of If Language, Haikube, The Others Raisd in Me, as well as eight chapbooks and numerous bits of ephemera. He has edited editions of poetry by W.W. E. Ross, Raymond Knister, and Lawren Harris, and recently finished a critical edition of selected stories, essays, and manifestos by Bertram Brooker, Canada’s first avant-gardist. He is the co-editor of PRECIPICe literary magazine, and curates the Grey Borders Reading Series in St Catharines.