Lili Holzer-Glier

Lili Holzer-Glieris a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, Vogue and The New York Times. Her first book, Rockabye, documents the Rockaways post–Hurricane Sandy and was published in 2015 by Daylight Books.

Stories By Lili Holzer-Glier

How a Hard-Luck Horse and His Jamaican Trucker Owner Became Million-Dollar Champs

Meet Gaston Grant, one of the very few black owner-trainers in horseracing—and almost certainly the only one who also works full-time at UPS.


Girls, Mothers and Grandmothers: “I Love My country and Want to Fight for It”

Too Rich to Be Poor, Too Poor to Get By

Millions of American families have incomes just above the federal poverty level—and the cutoff for many benefit programs—but still just barely eke out a living.


The Diehard Fans of Belmont


The People Who Make Pimlico Run


The Curbside Hustlers of Churchill Downs

The Worst Little Pony I Ever Loved

With you I was dragged through gravel and meadows, scarred my left arm and damaged the growth plate in my right...but I never had a friend quite like you.