Zack Akers and Skip Bronkie always knew they would work together on a professional level. The two met as film students at NYU and became roommates for a time before parting ways after graduation. Then two years ago, Zack came to Skip with a story he had written that was inspired by his favorite television show, Lost, about a town that had mysteriously vanished overnight. The duo set out to make their first radio drama together under the moniker Two-Up This story is from Kinfolk Issue Nineteen Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 38 Memes of Communication A conversation about digital folklore. Arts & Culture Issue 36 Designated Drudgery How to take a load off. Arts & Culture Issue 30 Knowing Me, Knowing You Think twice before seeking out your doppelgänger. Arts & Culture Issue 29 Mime Culture On lip-syncing and the allure of mouthing along. Arts & Culture Issue 26 Everything and Nothing It was Isaac Newton who suggested that black was not a color. History suggests otherwise. Arts & Culture Issue 26 Zanele Muholi Rebel without a pause: A firebrand photographer and visual activist reflects on a decade’s work.