Kelly Krumrie is a writer and teacher living in Denver, Colorado. Her work appears in DIAGRAM, La Vague, Black Warrior Review, Full Stop, The Explicator, and elsewhere. She writes a monthly column for Tarpaulin Sky Magazine that puzzles over and gives shape to writing, art, and environments that integrate or concern mathematics and the sciences. She is currently a PhD candidate and Fairfield Fellow in English & Literary Arts: Creative Writing at the University of Denver where she serves as Prose Co-Editor for Denver Quarterly.

Krumrie is pronounced krum-rye (like a crumb of rye bread).



PhD (in progress) 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