Sullivan Visiting Lecturer
Randall has written a poetry collection, Museum of Everyday Life (Kelsay Books, 2015). Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Painted Bride Quarterly, The Newport Review (First Prize Flash Fiction), a Gwendolyn Brooks anthology and elsewhere. Her current work is a poetry manuscript that focuses on the new realities of the neurodivergent and their caregivers. A portion of that work was a finalist for the Peter Meineke Poetry Prize. She is a Brown innovative fellow at Stetson University, 2015 - 2016.
- M.F.A New England College, Henniker, NH
- Poetry M.A. University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
- English/Creative Writing B.A. University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
- English/Technical Writing, cum laude
- FSEM - Still Free: The Road to Serenity
- College Writing
- Writing and Rhetoric
- Literature in the World: Fairy Tales and Fables
- The Personal Essay
- Popular Fiction: Post-Apocalyptic American Fiction
- Visual poetics
- Post-apocalyptic fiction
- Science fiction
- Fairy tales
- Short stories
- "Breaking House--a Golden Shovel," poem. Forthcoming in Gwendolyn Brooks anthology, 2016/17.
- "Dividing Line" poem. Forthcoming in Painted Bride Quarterly, 2016/17.
- The Museum of Everyday Life, poems, Aldrich Press: Kelsay Books, Hemet, CA, February, 2015.
- "Nighwatch Alyssum," poem. The Potomac Review, 2015.
- "Loosely Translated in His World Words," & others, poems, poetnet.org, July 2015.
- "Scuppernong," poem. Joys of the Table, an anthology, 2015.
- "Archeology of a Virus," poem. Ebola: Real not Other, West Chester University, October, 2014.
- "Why this Wife is Staying Around." Article about Paula McClain's novel, The Paris Wife. Tygerburning Blog. March, 2013.