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Lucy The Teenaged Werewolf Didn’t Always Stalk Boys

Virginia Thomas reads a set of poems about Lucy the Teenaged Werewolf.

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Poet Virginia Thomas.

“Maybe these events are Nature’s sleight of hand, and the real thing that’s happening is in the other hand, or behind or above or below or inside us.”
- Alberto Rios from Some Extensions on the Sovereignty of Science

Virginia Thomas is an Indiana native and a third-year MFA candidate in poetry at Indiana University, where she also studied biochemistry as an undergraduate. Her work has appeared in PANK and a few small literary journals. Her thesis is about the power and monstrosity of the maturing female body.

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