Randal Eldon Greene is the author of the novel Descriptions of Heaven (Harvard Square Editions, 2016). A native of the northern plains, Randal grew up in small-town Nebraska and later attended the University of South Dakota where he earned his Bachelor’s in English and Anthropology. His first four short stories were published under the name R.E. Greene in 2010. His fiction has since appeared in publications both in Germany and the United States.

In his spare time he likes to cook, read, and hang out with Libby, the coolest middle school teacher in the world, who also happens to be his wife. He is employed full time as a seeing eye human for his blind miniature schnauzer, Missy. Missy likes cuddling, sleeping, and eating.

Randal believes the world of literary arts is an active and thriving place, and he wants to get his hands in the ink. In the past, Randal worked as a prose submissions reader for South Dakota Review and Heart & Mind Zine. In 2005 he engineered and produced Microwave Souls, an album of spoken-word poetry, distributed by the Vermillion Literary Project.  He also co-founded the Vermillion Writers’ Guild and served as its president for two years. He’s a member of Sigma Tau Delta—the national English Honors Society. He wrote a children’s readers’ theater play, Humpty Dumpty Goes to the Beach (2015), which is performed annually by Libby’s ESL summer school class for their Books on the Beach celebration. Randal is currently collaborating with the artist Alyssa Whear on a project called Winter Will Not End.


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