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[Left] Book cover primarily in blues and reds, and it’s a detail of a larger piece of a blue self-portrait. In the full piece, you see an x-ray hanging from sort of a clothesline, and it’s an x-ray of my spine. And there are feathers falling around the x-ray. And I’m hidden, my head is hidden behind the x-ray, but you can see my body with my arms crossed in kind of a stoic, I guess, position. And for the book cover, we cropped so that it’s mainly part of that half of the x-ray and part of my body. So, it’s a close-up, but the entire image is inside the book. Below in large letters is the title of the book “Golem Girl: A Memoir,” and “Riva Lehrer.” [Right] Artist Riva Lehrer, an older white Jewish woman with white hair streaked with red. She is standing against a translucent glass window wearing a sleeveless v-neck black tank and pants. She has a silver necklace, dangly earrings, and glasses on. Her hands are collapsed in front of her torso. Photo credit: Nathan Keay