Maria Nazos

Maria Nazos’s poetry, translations, and essays are published in the New Yorker, Cherry Tree, Birmingham Review, North American Review, Denver Quarterly, and Mid-American Review. She is the author of A Hymn That Meanders (Wising Up Press, 2011) and the chapbook Still Life (Dancing Girl Press, 2016). Maria has received scholarships and fellowships from the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, the University of Nebraska, where she received her PhD in creative writing, and the Vermont Studio Center. She lives with two crazy cats and a patient husband in Lincoln, Nebraska.

  • A rough dirt road terminates at the end of a point that sits on a cliff above a wine-dark sea
    February 9, 2021 | Maria Nazos
    The seacoast at Mykonos / Photo by the author In Andros, I Watch a Goat Run to and away from My Father’s Hands He opens his eyes. His eyes                   the color of its...

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