I wake, knocking on the door of Piper’s chambers. Look it’s not right not giving her an alias. I want to call her Desdemona, but I can’t stop calling her Dindrane.

She is right there at the ready.

‘I feel I’ve made a frightful mistake.’ I say. ‘Like not talking to you invalidates much of my writing.’

She doesn’t know how to proceed from here.

Neither do I.

‘I suppose I will be punished, in one way or another.’

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