Nebraska Authors

Mary Rose Randall

Born 1946 Longview, TX (USA)

The author self-published cowboy/cowgirl poetry and audio recordings with husband Joel Randall.

Places Lived

Gibbon, NE
Kearney, NE
Texas

Author Of

  • Fiction
  • Poetry
  • Other

Keywords

Cowgirl Poetry; Storytelling

Education

Graduated from the University of Texas

Occupation

Teacher
Farm and Ranch work
Owner of the Horse Trader (Western Collectibles)
Writer

Places Worked

Richland College, Dallas, TX
Family Farm

Associations

Married to Joel Randall, also a Nebraska Author
Great Plains Writer's Group
Central Nebraska Writer's Network
Speaker's Bureau, Kearney Chamber of Commerce, Convention and Visitors Bureau
Speaker's Bureau, Grand Island Chamber of Commerce, Convention and Visitors Bureau

Bibliography

Mary Rose and Joel Randall . (cassette tape)
Ranch Radio. (cassette tape)
Half Moon Half Sun. (cassette tape)
Sacred Poetry on the Path.
Cowboys and Indians Anthology. 1994.
Sweet Corn Moon and Other Cowgirl Poems. 1994.
Outwest. (cassette tape)
Prairie Light.

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