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Editor’s Note: This poem is hosted on a separate webpage on the Strange Horizons website. The poem uses Twine to produce a typographical animation of text. The text is uppercase and white on a black background—no other effects are used, including sound. This format will not work with a screen reader; for an audio version, we recommend our podcast recording, available here.


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Nora Claire Miller is a poet and multimedia artist from New York City. Nora's chapbook, LULL (2020), was the winner of the 2019 Ghost Proposal Chapbook contest. Nora’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Washington Square Review, Bennington Review, Bat City Review, Tagvverk, Hobart, and other places. Nora earned an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Find Nora online at www.noraclairemiller.com.
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