Ladette Randolph

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Ladette Randolph is an American author and editor.

She is the author of four books: two novels: Haven's Wake and A Sandhills Ballad, a short story collection, This Is Not the Tropics, and a memoir, Leaving the Pink House. In addition, she is the editor of four anthologies: A Different Plain, The Big Empty, and the Ploughshares Solos Omnibus I and 2. The editor-in-chief of Ploughshares, she is also on the faculty at Emerson College and is co-owner of the manuscript consulting firm Randolph Lundine.[1]


She has been the recipient of the Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers' Award, as well as a Pushcart Prize, a Virginian Faulkner Award, and three Nebraska Book Awards.[2] Her work has been reprinted in Best New American Voices.[2]




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