Kambri Crews grew up in the woods of Texas with Deaf parents. Now she's a writer, producer and publicist in New York City working hard for her money so she doesn’t have to go back.

For the last ten years, she has owned and operated a PR and production company specializing in stand up comedy. Clients and projects have included the comedy club Comix, The 92Y, and comedians who've barely touched the stage to her idols like Roseanne Barr.

In 2012, her memoir BURN DOWN THE GROUND was published by Random House. It's all about growing up with a deaf family & her relationship with her dad who is in prison for attempted murder. She's been touring, giving speeches and performing at colleges, libraries, comedy shows and everything in between ever since. Credits include The Moth Mainstage and podcast, Risk! and Mortified; tons of colleges like Rutgers, the University of Texas and the University of Oregon; and dozens of book festivals across the U.S. of A. like Wordstock, The Texas Book Festival and Ohioana.

Oh yeah, and she's optioning the movie rights to her book, starred in a documentary for The Biography Channel & Lifetime Movie Network, wrote and starred in a solo show produced at the People's Improv Theater, acts on stage and screen, and owns this humble little space Q.E.D. so people can show & tell & laugh & learn.

Check out www.kambricrews.com for all the nitty gritty.