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'Creative writing lecturer Nike Sulway invented her own language during the early stages of creating her latest novel, Dying in the First Person. She talks with Angus Dalton about how the novel transitioned from fantasy into the real world, the fascinating bond between twins, and the strange land of Nahum.'

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    y separately published work icon Good Reading May 2016 9778797 2016 periodical issue 2016 pg. 30-31
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