Krys Malcolm Belc is the author of the memoir The Natural Mother of the Child (Counterpoint) and the flash nonfiction chapbook In Transit (The Cupboard Pamphlet). His essays have been featured in Granta, Black Warrior Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere, and his work has been anthologized in Wigleaf Top 50, Best of the Net 2018, and in The Best of Brevity: Twenty Years of Groundbreaking Flash Nonfiction (Rose Metal Press). Krys has won contests at Redivider and Pigeon Pages and his work has been supported by the Sustainable Arts Foundation. He received his BA from Swarthmore College, his M.Ed in Special Education from Arcadia University, and his MFA in Creative Writing at Northern Michigan University. Krys lives in Philadelphia with his partner and their three young children.
You can find Krys at www.krysmalcolmbelc.com and on Twitter at @krysmalcolmbelc