Kelly Krumrie is a writer, teacher, and the author of Math Class (Calamari Archive, 2022). Her creative and critical writing appears in journals such as DIAGRAM, La Vague, Black Warrior Review, Full Stop, and The Explicator. She also writes a column for Tarpaulin Sky Magazine called figuring on math and science in art and literature. She holds a PhD in English & Literary Arts from the University of Denver and lives in Denver.
Krumrie is pronounced like crumb of rye bread.
editor, a row of trees
contributing editor, Annulet: A Journal of Poetics
>> editor, issue (5) fiction folio (forthcoming)
prose editor, Denver Quarterly (2019-21)
adjunct faculty, University of Denver & University of Colorado at Boulder
visiting writer, Western Colorado University (2021-22)