Kelly Krumrie is a writer and teacher based in Colorado. Her creative and critical writing appears in DIAGRAM, La Vague, Black Warrior Review, Full Stop, The Explicator, and elsewhere. She also writes a column for Tarpaulin Sky Magazine called figuring that puzzles over and gives shape to art and environments that integrate or concern mathematics and science. She holds a PhD in English & Literary Arts: Creative Writing from the University of Denver where she served as prose editor for Denver Quarterly. She is currently the Visiting Writer in English at Western Colorado University. Her first book, Math Class, will be published by Calamari Archive in 2022.
Krumrie is pronounced krum-rye (like a crumb of rye bread).
PhD, English & Literary Arts: Creative Writing, University of Denver
MA, Education, University of Northern Colorado
MFA, Creative Writing, University of San Francisco
BA, English, Linguistics, University of Colorado at Boulder