The Transposition of Chloë Brontë
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William J. Meyer talks about his lo-fi sci-fi (sorta) rom-com The Transposition of Chloë Brontë, his experience with sleep paralysis, themes of disconnection, the tension of unreliable narration, the importance of curiosity, and putting "the weird thing" into a story.

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The theme music is "Mockingbird (Instrumental Version)" by David Mumford, used under a CC-BY 4.0 License.

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