Poems and Photos by Naomi Thiers

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Naomi Thiers grew up in California and Pittsburgh, but her chosen home is Washington, DC/Northern Virginia. She is the author of four poetry collections: Only The Raw Hands Are Heaven (WWPH), In Yolo County, She Was a Cathedral (both Finishing Line Press), and Made of Air (Kelsay Press).Her poems, fiction, and essays have been published in Virginia Quarterly Review, Poet Lore, Colorado Review, Grist, Sojourners, and other magazines. Former poetry editor of Phoebe, she works as an editor for Educational Leadership magazine and lives in a condo on the banks of Four Mile Run in Arlington, Virginia.


All photos by Naomi Thiers.

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