Poetry Editor Corinne Randall is a junior at Arizona State University studying Creative Writing. She is focusing in poetry but is also interested in fiction, nonfiction and literature. When she finishes her undergraduate degree, she hopes to pursue a job either writing for a magazine or teaching English to high school students, hoping to spread her passion for the subject to them. Originally born and raised in Massachusetts, she hopes to someday find herself back on the East Coast. This is her first semester with Superstition Review. She also works as a celebrity blogger for the website TheCelebrityCafe.com.
In the following link, Corinne reads one of her poems.
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3 thoughts on “Intern Highlight: Corinne Randall”
That was a beautiful poem. I’m not familiar with the painting you based it off of, but the images in your poem were so clear and lovely that I can picture it easily. I can’t wait to see the poems you’ve selected for issue 8!
Thanks for your nice comment about my poem, Samantha! I appreciate it!
Very strong poem.
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