Amber Flora Thomas

Amber Flora Thomas is a poet and writer who believes a walk in the woods is a cure for nearly everything that ails us. She is the author of three collections of poetry: Eye of Water, which won the Cave Canem Poetry Prize, The Rabbits Could Sing, and most recently Red Channel in the Rupture. She is finishing a fourth collection of poetry, Still in the Mouth, and continues to write essays that grapple with the then and the now. A native of Northern California, she currently lives in North Carolina on the shores of Pamlico River with a dog and four cats.