Corie Rosen is a fiction writer, poet, and arts educator. Her poetry and short fiction have been anthologized, featured on NPR, and are regularly included in high school and college curricula. Her writing has appeared in award-winning magazines, including Arts & Letters, Crab Creek Review, Juked, Konch, and Two Cities Review, among many other places.
She has been a finalist for the Katherine Anne Porter Prize and for the Raymond Carver Short Story Prize. In 2017, her work was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
She has taught at the University of California, Los Angeles, at Arizona State University, and at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She lives in Denver with her husband and young daughter, where she is a member of the Lighthouse Writers Workshop.