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For the nymph to pass the Bechdel test

by Lauren Suchenski

Lauren Suchenski is a fragment sentence-dependent, ellipsis-loving writer who lives somewhere where the trees change color. Her poetry has recently appeared in Gambling the Aisle, Dark Matter Journal, Red Fez, Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Black Elephant Literary Journal, Stoneboat Literary Magazine, The Soap Box, Centum Press, Unbroken Journal, and Five 2 One Magazine, among others. She is a Pushcart Prize nominee and her first collection of poems “Full of Ears and Eyes Am I” (Finishing Line Press) is due out later this year. You can find more of her poetry at @_laurel_hill on Instagram or @laurensuchenski on Twitter.

Lead image: “Wouldn’t it be nice if we were older…” (via Flickr user xroper7)