Awesome name, as Journey Woman reminds me.
Like JW and Drawde, I was fascinated by backwards words. It was part of the reason I loved the short story, Those Who Walk Away for Omelas. As I recall it, the LeGuin's author''s note said the name came from reading a town name backwards.
I was never sure if I'd be Zil Snrub or Htebazile Snrub. Either way, the last name isn't so great but I like my first names.
So, what's your backwards name?
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