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Collaborators’ Q&A: Did the visual artist refract any element of the story that made you see it differently? Writer Nicole Baute: The symmetry of both the story and its structure became more apparent to me. I felt the twins reflecting off each other, identical but not the same. What inspires you in this story? What drew you to it? Artist Løchlann Jain: Even as I reread it now to answer the question I’m not quite sure. I just really love the momentum of the work.

Collaborators:  Writer Nicole Baute won the 2018 Pinch Literary Award for Fiction and  teaches creative writing online through Sarah Selecky Writing School. Artist Løchlann Jain is a Professor of Anthropology at Stanford University and Chair of Global Health and Social Medicine at King’ College London.

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