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LADETTE RANDOLPH

 

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For some time LADETTE RANDOLPH served as the executive editor at University of Nebraska Press. She is the Director of the journal Ploughshares and a Distinguished-Publisher-in-Residence in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing program at Emerson College, Boston. Her most recent books are the novel Haven’s Wake (Bison Books, 2013) and the memoir Leaving the Pink House (U of Iowa Press, 2014). Her other books include the novel A Sandhills Ballad (U of New Mexico Press) and the short story collection This Is Not the Tropics (University of Wisconsin Press). She is also the editor of the anthologies A Different Plain: Contemporary Nebraska Fiction Writers (University of Nebraska Press, 2004) and The Big Empty: Contemporary Nebraska Nonfiction Writers, with Nina Shevchuk-Murray (U of Nebraka Press, 2007). The recipient of a Rona Jaffe Foundation grant and a Virginia Faulkner Award from Prairie Schooner, her short fiction and essays have been published in numerous literary journals including Prairie Schooner, Fourth Genre, The Clackamas Literary Review, and Connecticut Review. In addition, she has been reprinted in Best New American Voices: 2000 and in the Pushcart Prize volume. Her newest book, a novel called A Sandhills Ballad has been published by the University of New Mexico Press (2009).

   


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