Julian Randall

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Julian Randall is a Living Queer Black poet from Chicago. He has received fellowships from Cave Canem, CantoMundo, Callaloo, BOAAT, Tin House, Milkweed Editions and The Watering Hole. Randall is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize and the winner of the 2019 Betty Berzon Emerging Writer Award from the Publishing Triangle and the 2019 Frederick Bock Prize. His poetry has been published in New York Times Magazine, Ploughshares and POETRY and anthologized in The Breakbeat Poets Vol. 4, Nepantla and Furious Flower. He has essays in Vibe, Black Nerd Problems and other venues. He holds a Master of Fine Arts in poetry from Ole Miss. He is the author of "Refuse," winner of the 2017 Cave Canem Poetry Prize and a finalist for a 2019 NAACP Image Award, and the middle-grade novel "Pilar Ramirez and the Escape from Zafa."


Julian is scheduled to appear at the 2022 Tucson Festival of Books.

Published Works

Refuse (2018, ISBN 9780822965602), University of Pittsburgh Press
Pilar Ramirez and the Escape from Zafa (2022, ISBN 9781250774101), Henry Holt and Company (BYR)

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