lives in a house with more windows than walls. She’s worked as a teaching artist for the Writer’s Garret and poetry contest editor for American Literary Review. A recipient of support from the Vermont Studio Center and Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Tieger is currently a doctoral candidate in the University of Southern California’s Literature and Creative Writing program. Recent work appears in Poetry Northwest, Waxwing, Blackbird, Tupelo Quarterly, Pleiades, and other places. Her latest chapbook, Circle Back, is out with Deep Vellum.