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Shumara Thomas is a DC/MD native, based in Raleigh, NC. A former emcee and poet, she has been a lover of the written word and all things creative since childhood. She is a published author, photographer and full-time blerd. She has photographed a/o written for such publications as The Guardian, Soundbite Magazine, Blaque Canvas and Shutter 16. When she isn't writing, reading or behind the camera, you can find her at a concert or eating at your favorite spot with her two children.
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