About Marilyn Krysl

Marilyn Krysl is both a poet and a fiction writer. She has published four collections of stories. Her work appears in The Atlantic, The Nation, The New Republic, and other journals, as well as in Best American Short Stories 2000, O. Henry Prize Stories, and the Pushcart Prize Anthology. Now retired from her professorship at the University of Colorado, she currently volunteers with the Lost Boys of Sudan and with C-SAW, the Community of Sudanese and American Women.


Marilyn Krysl Has written the following articles:


Learning and Teaching Taste

1. MAKING SOUL Two days after my birth I arrived at my grandparents’ stone house on the plains. Around us ripe wheat spread across swaying prairie, and words rose from the fields offering themselves to my grandparents’ mouths by way of the King James Bible. Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren […]

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