Chris Koslowski's fiction has appeared in Blue Mesa Review, Front Porch Journal, and Amazon's Day One. Chris grew up in the suburbs of Metro Detroit and wandered south, earning a bachelor's degree in English with a Philosophy minor from the University of Michigan, a Master of Arts in English from the University of Cincinnati, and a Master of Fine Arts in Fiction Writing from the University of South Carolina, where he served as editor of Yemassee and co-hosted the Yemassee Podcast.

Chris has taught creative writing at Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center in Covington, Kentucky, A.C. Moore Elementary School in Columbia, SC, and Irmo High School in Columbia, SC.

Since 2011, Chris has taught introductory rhetoric and composition at the University of Cincinnati and the University of South Carolina. He's also taught courses in American literature, intermediate composition, and digital humanities. 

 Performing at Charleston StorySlam, sponsored by Itinerant Literate Books. Photo by Tristan Nall.

Performing at Charleston StorySlam, sponsored by Itinerant Literate Books. Photo by Tristan Nall.

 Photo by Julia Velasco

Photo by Julia Velasco